AndSMB (samba client)

AndSMB (samba client)


AndSMB is a SMB (Samba/CIFS) client for Android devices. It allows connecting to shared folders hosted on Windows or Samba servers over Wifi/3G/4G. It allows managing several connections with authentication. It comes with both a device file browser and a SMB file browser. It provides download and upload support for files and folders. It can synchronize folders. You can rename, delete, get file details, create folders open local and remote files. It comes with share feature for gallery. WINS server, LMHOSTS and broadcast address options are available for name resolution. Browse and transfer intents are available for third party applications. Root access is not needed.

Tags: Samba, windows, share, upload, download, CIFS, printer, linux, shared drive, sync, macbook share

Recent changes:
- Intent support bug fixes.
- Minor improvements.
- Android 5.0 support.
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Free
82
4.1
User ratings
3411
Installs
500,000+
Concerns
0
File size
3120 kb
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About AndSMB (samba client)
AndSMB is a SMB (Samba/CIFS) client for Android devices. It allows connecting to shared folders hosted on Windows or Samba servers over Wifi/3G/4G. It allows managing several connections with authentication. It comes with both a device file browser and a SMB file browser. It provides download and upload support for files and folders. It can synchronize folders. You can rename, delete, get file details, create folders open local and remote files. It comes with share feature for gallery. WINS server, LMHOSTS and broadcast address options are available for name resolution. Browse and transfer intents are available for third party applications. Root access is not needed.

Tags: Samba, windows, share, upload, download, CIFS, printer, linux, shared drive, sync, macbook share

Recent changes:
- Intent support bug fixes.
- Minor improvements.
- Android 5.0 support.

User reviews of AndSMB (samba client)
It does not do a lot of the things mentioned above in its description, for example it will not sync. Don't like app descriptions which lie...
Feb 26, 2012
Easy to install and use between my honeycomb tablet and the Linkstation on my router. Excellent app. Thank you.
Jul 6, 2011
It did just what i needed. I mounted my desktop from bed so I could add an epub to aldiko without getting up. will try it with domain creds next.
Feb 23, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jan 12, 2015
not smb client
A Google User
Jan 5, 2015
Very useful app Very useful to access network drives
A Google User
Jan 4, 2015
Authentication always fails Every attempt to authenticate using the same server, user and password settings that work on the three PCs here fails. If this app actually worked, it would be useful.
A Google User
Dec 28, 2014
Is not a SMB/CIFS client, it's a File Explorer that will *connect* to CIFS This is not actually a SMB/CIFS client. Instead, you have to be using this application to access the shares. If I wanted to use a File Explorer that could access SMB/CIFS, I would just use ES File Explorer, Astro, File Manager .. you name it, there are many more robust file managers with CIFS access. A true CIFS client would allow the user to map the share and be available in other apps. This app *does not* allow that, unless you manually synchronize the files by copying them all to your local Android. The name is deceptive, it should refer to being a File explorer/manager, not a true "client".
A Google User
Dec 27, 2014
Pretty cool.