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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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

User reviews of Droid NAS
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Apr 10, 2015
worthless with yosemite! It fails to connect with yosemite at all. How about fixing that.
A Google User
Apr 10, 2015
Almost but not quite This is a great app for wireless transfers except that I cannot figure out how to access my external sd card. Maybe it's my lack of understanding but I simply cannot figure that part out.
A Google User
Apr 8, 2015
Needs a Yosemite update Just tried to connect several times, and I get, "The version of the server you are trying to connect to is not supported. Please contact your system administrator to resolve the problem." I've tried browsing, connecting directly instead of browsing, including with the Maverick workaround, using a password, not using a password, disabling "wake for network access", and restarting the computer. If there is anything that works, I would appreciate knowing. Samsung Galaxy S4, SCH-I545 Android 4.4.2 Mac OSX Yosemite, 10.10.2
A Google User
Apr 2, 2015
Works on Note II if you know how Works great on my Samsung Galaxy Note II but it took some trial and error to figure out how to access my external SD card. With the server stopped you have to tap and hold, and a screen comes up that allows you to enter a path to share. The external card is not offered by default. I used /extSdCard.
A Google User
Apr 2, 2015
I can't get it to work! My i Mac refuses to recognize my phone. Tried FTP and SMB. Just won't allow login. My Nexus 4 worked fine???
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