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Reason is your client saves them at that time, and doesn't ask the "server" (your Android device) for the original time stamps. You could try using a SSH server on your Android device. DroidSSHd would be a good choice, for example. To copy your files then you need to start this SSH Server first on your phone, which usually tells you the IP and port used. ...


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You can create an account with Airdroid and link your phone to that account. It'll then use a 3g/4g connection if WiFi isn't available. Alternatively, if you're looking to use it as a security feature, if your phone is linked to your Google Account, you can use Google's Device Manager to wipe/Find/Lock/Make it Ring remotely.


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File Expert will give you both on-device, Explorer-like access to your files, and access over WiFi from your browser, an FTP client or Bluetooth. You won't need a separate browser-access app. It is well reviewed and free/no ads.


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I've contact with other AirDroid user and this is an known bug for the developer, to be resolved in future version.



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