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That's not an Android specific question, but rather general networking stuff. You need something to resolve the name. As the IP you've named points to a "local network", and if you want to connect from a single computer only, the easiest way to achieve this is making use of the Hosts file of your computer's OS. On Linux this is /etc/hosts, where you can ...
It's simple to share Android files to Windows PC. Install ES File Explorer in Android device. Go to Tools and select Remote Manager then you can see turn on. Press on it. And you will get an address like ftp://192.168.1.24:3721/ enter it on your PC file explorer and you can access to your Android phone from PC. You can change settings of remote manager to ...
The sim card was broken, I tried another sim card and it works fine.
You do not need to get a list of servers, you can use Adblock Plus. And you are using Firefox on your desktop, and Dolphin and Firefox on Android, just like I do. Adblock Plus works a lot better because on hosts file you need the exact domain name (one with www, without www, a different country etc). The Hosts file provides additional ...
Okay, I found it. According to this serverfault question, TCP timestamps cause the error. I disabled the option on the server with sysctl -w net.ipv4.tcp_timestamps=0
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 your web app on some servers like Apache Tomcat/WAMP ..)
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