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I showed this to a pal of mine who uses the same setup and he had the same issue. He discovered the symbolic link to the SD card was incorrect and of course not editable for non-rooted devices. He found a fix:- Eject the SD card from Setup>Storage Shut the phone down Remove the SD card Restart the phone When running, put the SD card back in. This seems ...


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There are many FTP clients for android in play store, you can use that to create a FTP serever on phone, and access the server from computer,


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I think they have the easy transfer app, it was uploaded by Apple itself for android user to easily move to Apple Devices. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.apple.movetoios&hl=en


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it turns out that i simply should use the cp command from within my root android shell.. and copy it to /mnt/sdcard.. the rest is obvious after that


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Shareit application can be used for the transfer of files from PC to Mobile and viceversa It does not require wifi or cables. It Would create a hotspot(have to create a network in mobile and suggested to turn off your mobile data) then you can transfer from PC to Mobile and vice versa. (Make it as a comment as i dont have enough reputations)


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While a good bluetooth app is probably your best bet, I can think of 2 other ways that answer the question: NFC. Probably slower than bluetooth, and you'd require a special module to use it with a PC--even if you can find a phone that has it. Network your phone with an OTG ethernet adapter. Though in most cases if you don't want a USB cable you don't want ...



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