How To Access Computer’s Hard Drive With Smartphone

Posted: September 18, 2015 in android, networking, win tricks

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Yes, you heard that right. You can access your computer’s hard drive with your smartphone in few simple steps.  For this, you don’t have to download or install any big software on your PC or  smartphone. Your Android’s file explorer can do the task easily.

 The good thing with this tutorial is that you can copy and paste big files, software, and other things easily to your phone at high speed. Let’s take a look at how this works:
To make this trick work, you should be connected to same network (Wi-Fi).

Step 1: Right click on the drive you want to share.  Use the below-mentioned path to share this folder. You will see an icon appeared which mean the drive is shared.

Properties> Sharing> Advance sharing>share this folder.

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Step 2: In order to access files from hard drive with smartphone open ES file explorer.  Now click on the three line hamburger symbol then click on LAN

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Step 3: Now perform a scan and you will see  your PC if it’s connected to the same network. Now enter the username and password of your PC.  There you will see the shared folder. 

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Step 4: Here you will all the items in your computer’s drive. You can tap and hold to copy or cut any folder to your smartphone.

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I performed copy action and achieved nearly 5 Mbps speed.

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Did you find this tutorial helpful? let us know in comments below.

by:-shubham     enjoy ;)

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