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When I installed bluestacks I had an app called Root Explorer. A file cabinet with a R on it. Simply Open, Storage, SDcard, [File Location], "Hold Click", Send, To Windows. (I had couple seconds wait after that for the Save box to pop up)
ES file explorer. This app lets you send any size file over bluetooth, wifi(hotspot or local wifi) etc. Very easy to use, just connect both to same wifi hotspot, select the files to send (OTHER PERSON(s) MUST HAVE ES FILE EXPLORER OPEN) and press send, or share (the device share menu) and then select via LAN with the ES icon. You can send file to multiple ...
Use PTP instead of MTP when connecting your phone by USB. It works for me, I use a Samsung Note 4 connected to Ubuntu 14.04 machine. However, connecting as PTP only allows copying of pictures/images. All other methods od copying files (bluetooth, WIFI, file manager) into an external drive will change the date.
I was looking to accomplish the same thing - mounting some part of my S4's filesystem on my Mac - and was looking at the range of SMB servers available for Android. The one I've been using that checks off the most "just works" boxes is SAMBADroid, which runs an SMB server on my local LAN over WiFi. The free version shares the external SD card by default, ...
Total commander with the LAN plug-in will let you copy the files to a regular shared drive, or you can use the wifi tool to setup a temporary custom share with another phone/tablet - it creates a share then displays a QR code which the other device then scans. Fast, free and easy. You will need to zip it first and create a shared drive on the MAC (which ...
if your phone is rooted you can use wifi adb and then backup your data with moborobo
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