Droid NAS

Droid NAS


Droid NAS allows you to share folders over a Wi-Fi network, making your Android device visible as a Bonjour computer in Finder on your Mac. Turn your phone or tablet into a wireless flash drive with a single tap!

Different profiles can be used to quickly choose which folders to share. Assign your home or office Wi-Fi networks to profiles and Droid NAS will auto-select profiles on start.

You can additionally share any folder on your device (including external SD cards) or remove unnecessary shares. Just tap and hold on the list of shares.

Supported systems:

- Mac OS X.
- Android: apps like ES File Explorer, Solid Explorer, GTVBox Video Player.
- Windows is NOT supported because it can't connect to SMB servers via a non-standard port.
- Linux most probably also won't work.

Keywords: SMB, CIFS, Server, file, transfer, download, upload, copy.

Recent changes:
OS X Mavericks workaround:

Press Cmd+K in Finder and enter IP address AND share:

smb://IP_ADDRESS:Port/Share

for example:

smb://192.168.1.2:7777/SD Card
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4.1
User ratings
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Installs
100,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About Droid NAS
Droid NAS allows you to share folders over a Wi-Fi network, making your Android device visible as a Bonjour computer in Finder on your Mac. Turn your phone or tablet into a wireless flash drive with a single tap!

Different profiles can be used to quickly choose which folders to share. Assign your home or office Wi-Fi networks to profiles and Droid NAS will auto-select profiles on start.

You can additionally share any folder on your device (including external SD cards) or remove unnecessary shares. Just tap and hold on the list of shares.

Supported systems:

- Mac OS X.
- Android: apps like ES File Explorer, Solid Explorer, GTVBox Video Player.
- Windows is NOT supported because it can't connect to SMB servers via a non-standard port.
- Linux most probably also won't work.

Keywords: SMB, CIFS, Server, file, transfer, download, upload, copy.

Recent changes:
OS X Mavericks workaround:

Press Cmd+K in Finder and enter IP address AND share:

smb://IP_ADDRESS:Port/Share

for example:

smb://192.168.1.2:7777/SD Card

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A Google User
6 days ago
Couldn't get it to work Tried the workaround - doesn't work. Tried both home and work networks. On OS X 10.9.2. Hasn't been updated for nearly a year, maybe that's the issue.
A Google User
Jul 7, 2014
THE BEST THIS IS THE BEST
A Google User
Jul 5, 2014
Doesn't work I downloaded it, then tapped start server, and the file showed up on my mac book pro as descibed. So far so good right. But then I clicked on the tab in finder and the only thing I see in the window is connection failed. I tried several times with the same result. I had high hopes for this one, but no dice.
A Google User
Jul 4, 2014
Yep
A Google User
Jun 26, 2014
AMAZING simple and works like a dream. I always had a problem connecting my phone to my computer since its an android. But with this its as easy as pressing a button and it appears on my Mac. The only problem is sometimes not all the photo files appear.