Reason is your client saves them at that time, and doesn't ask the "server" (your Android device) for the original time stamps.
You could try using a SSH server on your Android device. DroidSSHd would be a good choice, for example. To copy your files then you need to start this SSH Server first on your phone, which usually tells you the IP and port used. ...
If you're not insisting on a wireless transfer, using an USB cable would give you at least two options:
With MTP, on connecting the device to your computer you should usually get the option to open it in some file explorer (does so on Windows and on Linux at least). For ADB, you could use adb push to push files to your SD card – or, for ...
If I connect both the phone and the desktop to a WiFi router, I only get roughly half that speed.
This is because of the way a Wifi network works. If you transmit data from one Wifi device to a second Wifi device connected to the same Wifi network (using the Wifi frequency and the router does not support MIMO) the data will be always transmitted this way (...
For those of you dealing with this problem on the Mac, install Android File Transfer.
This was by far the fastest and easiest way to get 30GB of data from my external SD card to my laptop. It can write to the card was well. This software is Mac only!
You can create an account with Airdroid and link your phone to that account. It'll then use a 3g/4g connection if WiFi isn't available.
Alternatively, if you're looking to use it as a security feature, if your phone is linked to your Google Account, you can use Google's Device Manager to wipe/Find/Lock/Make it Ring remotely.
You can use BBQDroid, but it will require additional tweaking on your router.
First, you'll have to find out your IP. This can easily be done by typing "my ip" into Google, which will return your public IP.
Next, you'll need to go into your router settings and add your Android device to the router's DMZ, meaning that all incoming connections get forwarded ...
File Expert will give you both on-device, Explorer-like access to your files, and access over WiFi from your browser, an FTP client or Bluetooth. You won't need a separate browser-access app. It is well reviewed and free/no ads.