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Ok 1. Download PAW SERVER and run it on first user. 2. Run it 3. Go to 2nd User 4. go to localhost:8080 5. Login with user admin with password paw 6. go to Media > File Manager Done! Or code your own PHP Script.
Run Paw server on user 1 Use the built-in file manager
Multi-User was added with Android 4.2 -- you're running 4.0, so there's no native way to go multi-user without upgrading your system. If you have your device rooted, you might want to take a look at SwitchMe Multiple Accounts, which works with Android 2.1 and up. With Android 4.1, you could make use of the User Management app. Both would enable you to have ...
Shared apps are stored only once on the device (with just the data and settings part being specific for each user), so whenever one user decides to update a shared app, it gets updated for all users (Source: Heise.DE). As usual with some of the real important details (see: Google Backup), there are no details (or even manuals) describing exactly how it ...
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