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Posted: 19 Hours 31 Minutes ago by: Andy BurnelliThis is the exact same one-line question the OP posted to the Android newsgroup, (which is fine), but rather than type up a new response given all the work I put into responding there, I'll just paste what I wrote there to help him out,
Posted: 19 Hours 32 Minutes ago by: Andy BurnelliThat link is to the fully freeware solution using M$ Windows freeware. Try this method of keeping the link in one line (let me know if it worked): *How to Link an Android Phone to a Windows 10 PC With Microsoft Phone Link* <https://ww
Posted: 19 Hours 34 Minutes ago by: Andy BurnelliIn the Android newsgroup the same question was asked where Steve responded first with FTP, and, in response, I outlined _all_ the known methods we've tested over the years, so rather than repeat all that effort, I'll paste it here so not
Posted: 19 Hours 37 Minutes ago by: Andy BurnelliNo sense repeating what is already in the detailed step by step tutorial which Andy Burns already spoke about in the first response to the OP. <https://i.postimg.cc/BvJdKWzt/webdav06.jpg> Both sdcards mounted> *Tutorial: Mounting smar
Posted: 1 Day 15 Hours ago by: John C.The problem is that Andy Burnelli's posts are kind of long and detailed. It takes a while to figure out that they're not about computers sometimes, so they're actually cluttering up ACF. There are some newsgroups just for smartphones: mi
Posted: 2 Days ago by: John C.The "comp" in alt.comp.freeware refers to computer, not smart phone.
Posted: 2 Days ago by: allenI think he did that because it uses freeware. He even said it in the title. And in the body too. How did you miss all the freeware?
Posted: 3 Days 4 Hours ago by: Andy BurnelliCan interfacing a smartphone to Windows get any better than this? <https://i.postimg.cc/BvJdKWzt/webdav06.jpg> Today I solved _all_ the problems I had run into, thanks to the advice from other helpful intelligent people such as Andy Bur
Posted: 3 Days 6 Hours ago by: Andy BurnelliI found the solution and documented it in a tutorial so that nobody else has to go through the effort that I just went through to solve it. Gory details (sufficient for anyone to reproduce my success) is here: *Tutorial: Mounting smart
Posted: 4 Days 18 Hours ago by: John C.So... why did you crosspost this into the alt.comp.freeware newsgroup?
Posted: 4 Days 23 Hours ago by: Andy BurnelliTutorial: Mounting smartphone sdcard & external sdcard onto Windows over Wi-Fi as a driver letter using only a free, ad-free Android WebDAV server Posted out of the goodness of my heart to help others mount their sm
Posted: 5 Days 2 Hours ago by: Andy BurnelliAurgh. There's _another_ common situation where the wireless debugging option is turned off without your action, which is if you turn off your Wi-Fi, even for a moment. <https://i.postimg.cc/9M0Tqzm6/adb01.jpg> Wireless debugging opti
Posted: 6 Days 11 Hours ago by: Andy BurnelliHas anyone here used WebDav to mount Android onto Windows as a drive over Wi-Fi? If so, can _you_ see your Android external sdcard from Windows over Wi-Fi? I can't. I can see _everything_ else (including the root filesystem!) but not th
Posted: 7 Days 3 Hours ago by: Andy BurnelliFor the record, for anyone attempting to reset the Android Advertising ID from Windows, Android 11 and below would reset the id to a GUID, or globally unique ID, (similar to what Windows 95 CoCreateGUID created, according to Mayayana's k
Posted: 7 Days 15 Hours ago by: Andy BurnelliUp until this moment, I couldn't figure out why adb was _still_ flaky. I just figured out, belatedly so, yet another reason _why_ I keep losing the adb Wi-Fi connection between Windows and Android for screen mirroring. <https://i.postimg
Posted: 9 Days 3 Hours ago by: Andy BurnelliTutorial: Working examples using Android/Windows adb over Wi-Fi The documentation below is designed to be as cut-&-paste as possible. This tutorial assumes you already installed adb & enabled USB debugging. <https://source.android.com/se
Posted: 9 Days 21 Hours ago by: Andy BurnelliI admit I had never seen this new QR code option Andy Burns asked about. <https://developer.android.com/studio/images/run/adb_wifi-wireless_debugging.png> Nor have I ever needed to use a six-digit "pairing code" Andy Burns spoke about.
Posted: 10 Days 5 Hours ago by: Andy BurnelliHi Andy, I think I figured out the problem. I have never seen a QR code, nor a "pairing code", per se, but of course, there is a pairing process over USB with adb & the phone that is almost automatic where it simply asks me to accept i
Posted: 10 Days 11 Hours ago by: Andy BurnsAre you querying the need for a QR code or pairing-code to be entered? I'd have though that was a worthwhile security "bump" so that Johnny Hacker can't connect to your phone without an action from you ...
Posted: 11 Days 2 Hours ago by: Andy BurnelliWhy can't adb establish a connection all by itself over Wi-Fi? <https://developer.android.com/studio/command-line/adb> <https://www.xda-developers.com/install-adb-windows-macos-linux/> <https://dl.google.com/android/repository/platform-
Posted: 13 Days 8 Hours ago by: Jeff LiebermannMaker and model number of the router? Firmware version? QoS is usually by service type. For example, you can reduce delays to real time apps (VoIP, gaming, video) at the expense of delaying apps that don't require instant response (web
Posted: 14 Days 4 Hours ago by: Char JacksonAssuming your current router doesn't have the required QoS settings, and assuming your current router can't run a 3rd party firmware that does includes QoS, you could potentially daisy-chain a second router which offers QoS. Before doing
Posted: 14 Days 9 Hours ago by: Grant TaylorIt sounds like you are looking for what I would consider to be Quality of Service (QoS) related settings. In my experience QoS usually isn't an option in simpler / less capable / lower end routers, including many multi-function modem
Posted: 14 Days 19 Hours ago by: sumbuddyI cannot find user rate limit settings in my router settings to throttle certain mac addresses. Are their settings not normally available when logging into the router that require special privileges or passwords? I am on a shared connection
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