WiFi File Manager (Free)

WiFi File Manager (Free)


Wi-Fi File Manager / File Explorer (Free Version)

Manage files on your Android Device via WiFi through any web browser on your local network via a simple, clean, Web interface. Small and lean app. Runs as service. When running see it in the notification tray.

Simply:

1. Turn on Wi-Fi on your Android device.

2. Run the app.

3. Browse http://IP address of Android:8080 (The app tells you).

Upload, download, stream or delete files. Create or delete directories.

Multi-file upload/download: Now supports ZIP file upload (asks on upload if you would like to unzip) plus option to create a zip file from a list of selected files. Note: Compressing files is CPU intensive, very large files may take a while if you have a slow device.

Configuration options (Menu -> Settings):

1. Port. Default is 8080. (Anything less than 1024 requires root.)
2. File downloads go to to new window Y/N. Default is Y.*
3. Use Default Directory (Y/N) / Default directory to use (/sdcard).
4. Use Password protection (Y/N) / Password to use (default is 'password').

* With downloads in the same window this application acts like a simple web server. Simply put the files for your website on your sdcard and point your browser at the HTML file(s), e.g. http://192.168.0.198:8080/sdcard/index.html.

Notes:
1. Only files in /sdcard are usually writable.

2. Be sure your WiFi and/or phone sleep policy suits you. Configure in Settings -> Wireless/Networks -> WiFi -> [Advanced].

3. Only works on your own local WiFi network. Please don't expect it to work through firewalls or different networks.

** Free version limited to 50Kb upload / download file size.

Recent changes:
Added multi-file (as ZIP) upload and download.
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3.3
User ratings
60
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
60 kb
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About WiFi File Manager (Free)
Wi-Fi File Manager / File Explorer (Free Version)

Manage files on your Android Device via WiFi through any web browser on your local network via a simple, clean, Web interface. Small and lean app. Runs as service. When running see it in the notification tray.

Simply:

1. Turn on Wi-Fi on your Android device.

2. Run the app.

3. Browse http://IP address of Android:8080 (The app tells you).

Upload, download, stream or delete files. Create or delete directories.

Multi-file upload/download: Now supports ZIP file upload (asks on upload if you would like to unzip) plus option to create a zip file from a list of selected files. Note: Compressing files is CPU intensive, very large files may take a while if you have a slow device.

Configuration options (Menu -> Settings):

1. Port. Default is 8080. (Anything less than 1024 requires root.)
2. File downloads go to to new window Y/N. Default is Y.*
3. Use Default Directory (Y/N) / Default directory to use (/sdcard).
4. Use Password protection (Y/N) / Password to use (default is 'password').

* With downloads in the same window this application acts like a simple web server. Simply put the files for your website on your sdcard and point your browser at the HTML file(s), e.g. http://192.168.0.198:8080/sdcard/index.html.

Notes:
1. Only files in /sdcard are usually writable.

2. Be sure your WiFi and/or phone sleep policy suits you. Configure in Settings -> Wireless/Networks -> WiFi -> [Advanced].

3. Only works on your own local WiFi network. Please don't expect it to work through firewalls or different networks.

** Free version limited to 50Kb upload / download file size.

Recent changes:
Added multi-file (as ZIP) upload and download.

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A Google User
Dec 16, 2013
App test App is ok. Work find.
A Google User
Jan 5, 2013
Stop with file size limits! I hate how all these apps want to charge you to transfer big files!
A Google User
Jan 5, 2013
Stop with file size limits! I hate how all these apps want to charge you to transfer big files!
A Google User
Oct 25, 2012
Good app Its free. This app be able to conect my file's android trough wifi . Ill never conect the usb
A Google User
Aug 18, 2012
Not free Would be useful if they didn't cripple it entirely. 50kb? Nothing useful is that small anymore.