FTP Server

Developer
Banana Studio
In-App Purchases
No
Rating
4.3
Downloads
1,000
Highest Price
$1.99
Lowest Price
$0.99

$1.99

Download on Google Play
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Product Description

A powerful application allows you to run an FTP server on your Android device and help your friend or you to access/share files over the Internet.
It is also called WiFi file transfer or wireless file management.

APPLICATION FEATURES
√ Use any network interfaces in your device including Wi-Fi, Ethernet, Tethering…
√ Multiple FTP users (anonymous user included)
• Allow each user to show hidden files or not
√ Multiple access paths for each user: Any folders in your internal storage or external SD card
• Can set read-only or full write access on each path
√ Passive and active modes: Support simultaneous file transfer
√ Automatically open port on your router: Access files from everywhere on Earth
For the list of tested routers, please check the Help section in the application
√ Automatically start FTP Server when certain WiFi is connected
√ Automatically start FTP Server on boot
√ Has public intents to support scripting/tasker
For Tasker integration:
Add new Task Action (choose System -> Send Intent) with the following information:
• Package: net.xnano.android.ftpserver.tv
• Class: net.xnano.android.ftpserver.receivers.CustomBroadcastReceiver
• Actions: either one of following actions:
– net.xnano.android.ftpserver.START_SERVER
– net.xnano.android.ftpserver.STOP_SERVER

APPLICATION SCREENS
√ Home: Control the server configurations such as
• Start/stop server
• Monitor the connected clients
• Enable the feature to open ports in router automatically
• Change port
• Change the passive port
• Set idle timeout
• Enable automatically start on specific WiFi detected
• Enable automatically start on boot
• …
√ User management
• Manage users and access paths for each user
• Enable or disable user
• Delete the user by swiping left/right on that user.
√ About
• Information about FTP Server

PASSIVE PORTS
The range of passive ports are from the initial port (default 50000) to the next 128 ports if UPnP enabled, or the next 256 ports if UPnP disabled. In general:
– 50000 – 50128 if UPnP enabled
– 50000 – 50256 if UPnP disabled