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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A Google User
Mar 17, 2015
Disappointed My iMac keeps asking for a user and password. I set up the app with this info but it doesn't work. Just won't connect to the server. I emailed the developer, who does not respond. Very frustrating to have an app without any support!!!
A Google User
Mar 14, 2015
Does the job. But not flexible Connecting using. Cmd + k in finder is the only way it works on my MBPR running yosemite. But only particular folder can be opened can't go back or elsewhere from that folder unless you change the address every time you want to go to another folder. :(
A Google User
Mar 14, 2015
Can't make it work I'm using OS 10.10.2, whatever it's called, and I've tried everything to connect my Android Samsung Galaxy Tab 3. Ain't gonna happen. Kies (by Samsung) coan connect for some things, but not others. AFT can connect on one computer but not the other. But if I want to transfer a file from the Mac into the Tab that isn't a music, a photo, or a video, like a PDF? or an eBook? Forget it. Droid NAS doesn't work on either Mac.
A Google User
Mar 13, 2015
Not working Could not connect Note 10.1 2014 edition with Mac book pro
A Google User
Mar 13, 2015
Hands down the best solution I've got for moving files on and off my phone from the computer.