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If you are using Windows 7 try this, Create an ad-hoc network in your PC (This would help you Create WiFi Network) Connect your Android device to the WiFi network you created in past step Open the browser in your phone and type PCs IP address/your web app name (I hope you run you web app on some servers like Apache Tomcat/WAMP ..)
Why don't you use helpful tools like this? http://responsivedesignchecker.com There are different tools on the internet. A offline solutions is http://responsive.victorcoulon.fr
Your question is very unclear If you want to share files like from android to android then you can use an app called ShareIt If you want your android act as SAMBA server, there's Samba Fileshare app If you want to make your own app that uses P2P between 2 android devices, then you've probably came to wrong place, maybe you'd like to check stackoverflow ...
This doesn't apply to Wi-Fi, but the Android system has a per-app setting "restrict background data" that will completely stop the app from using mobile data except when the app is running in the foreground (i.e. it's the active app). To access this setting, go to System Settings > Data Usage, then scroll down to locate the app and tap it. Then scroll down ...
Most android devices now have monitors built within their software. I'm not familiar with the G4 so I can't say for certain it has the feature but my Samsung S5 does so I can lead you to it based off of that. If you go to Settings there may be an item labeled "Data Usage". If not, look for "Mobile Data" and see if its in there. Within there it will show ...
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