How to Connect to a FTP Server with an Android Device

Hello,

You’ve probably wondered if there was a way to transfer files between your server and your mobile device on the road, where no computer is available. Well, this will definitely solve that. You will learn how to transfer files between a FTP server and your Android device with a free app called: AndFTP.

Difficulty level: Easy

1. Download and install the app from the Android Market.

2. Open the app.

3. The first time you launch the app, it will ask you to type in the information of the server you would like to connect to. Type in your server address, user name, password, and port (usually 21).

4. Touch the connect button.

It will now attempt a connection to the server. If the connection is successful, you will now see the files in your server, as well as the files on your mobile device.

5. To transfer files, simply touch the file, touch “transfer” and it will move the remote selected folder.

Very easy, right? If you got any questions, please do not hesitate to comment below and I’ll be more than glad to assist you.

Best Regards,
Richi
Owner of Juapo2Services

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Richi González

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2 Comments on How to Connect to a FTP Server with an Android Device

  1. SHRIKANT YADAV says:

    this is really a good app for transferring data from ur cell to pc.

  2. Rizwan says:

    Hi, dear sir, my question is this. I have a ftp server plz tell.me how could i copy my data from there with my android.

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