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I use BitTorrent Sync a cross platform sync program using the P2P protocol. The files will only exist on your devices unless you set up a cloud based service to watch your file(s)/folder(s). Send & receive files of any size on any network, encrypted & visible to anyone whom you share the private key(s).
No, it's not. File transfer can cause some cpu load but not nearly as much. And then high cpu load can heat up a phone but should not cause a thermal protection cutoff. The problem also happens when you move files with the file manager with the phone detached from the pc?
I use FileZilla on Ubuntu and FTP Server on Android. Much faster transfers than Bluetooth and you can browse the device. FTP Server: F-Droid, Google Play
For those of us who are frustrated in trying to alter the file system to MTP and cannot find how to change it. Do not despair. If you've opened Samsung Kies and connected phone with a USB cable and got the error message, go to your phone and swipe top to bottom on the NOTIFICATIONS list you will see the USB symbol on the left hand side and the line stating ...
Probably you can create a Tasker profile to connect to the Wifi network automatically when you arrive at home (or the home Wifi network is in the range) Another good thing you can achieve it using rSync backup is that, you can use rSync and use a Tasker job to periodically (or conditionally) upload/download data from/to your phone. You can refer to rSync's ...
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