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Flying Carpet v8.0.1
Flying Carpet v8.0.1 File transfer between Android, iOS, Linux, macOS, and Windows over ad hoc WiFi. No network infrastructure required, just two devices with WiFi chips in close range. Don't have a flash drive? Don't have access to a wireless network? Need to move a file larger than 2GB between different filesystems but don't want to set up a network share? Try it out! Use: Linux: Download the .AppImage file for a standalone version, or if you're on a Debian-based distribution, download the .deb file and install it with apk or dpkg. macOS: Download the .dmg disk image file. Double-click to mount it and drag the .app bundle inside to your Applications folder. Windows: Download the .msi installer or FlyingCarpet.exe for a standalone version. Restrictions: From the author- • Apple devices can only transfer to/from Android, Linux, and Windows as they can no longer programmatically run hotspots. Use AirDrop instead for Apple-to-Apple transfers. • Disables your wireless internet connection while in use. (Does not apply to Windows or Android when hosting the hotspot.) • macOS sometimes switches back to a wireless network with internet connectivity during particularly long transfers. • The Android version requires at least Android 11/API level 30. There is a version requiring only Android 6/SDK 23 on the releases page, please tell let me know whether it worked on Android 10/SDK 29 or earlier. The Android version does not work on some Xiaomi, MIUI, or HarmonyOS devices, and possibly other Android-like OSes. I don't own these devices and so can't test, but it seems like this is due to lack of support for the LocalOnlyHotspot API. It has been confirmed to work on at least one Xiaomi phone. • Requires Windows 10 or later. • ...
5/5 1,236 Mar 19, 2024
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