Connection over USB

Tue Dec 06, 2011 7:40 am in Feature Requests

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mara
#30

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On Android 2.1 or less, tethering is not available. And if you don't need adb for other purposes, it seems a bit workey to install it just for this. I use MyPhoneExplorer now, and it works fine via USB. I anyhow have the phone connected to charge, so why not have data connectivity as well?
mara
awalden
#31

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jimmygoska


[s]Great advice works perfectly on mac ADB. [/s]
But yes indeed add the usb feature like they have at the competetion app lazydroid. Seems a bit like hard work that you have to create an application for windows/linux/osx


Correction. Doesnt work very well with ADB for mac. I can login but then it just stands still and i cant realy do anything but login again and again.
awalden
awalden
#32

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awalden
rabstar
#34

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Even better than a USB Connection would be a could connection like with Mighty text and all the other text from PC apps
rabstar
ikia
#35

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I'd love the option to do this over USB.
ikia
kmokhtar79
#36

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The possibility to use airdroid functions with an USB would be really great!!!!
kmokhtar79
july
#37

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The adb forward does not work for me. I have the drivers installed, and I
can see my device. Do I have to enter all those comands one after the
other? anyone has a how to? I have wifi enabled but it is not connected
to any device at work.... I cannot enable tether since I dont have a tether account and the phone errors out when I select those...
july
alfredtessman
#38

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I don't think that it can be done.with now, airdroid works with tcp/ip connection, but if you want to work over usb, that means airdroid has to become a application running on PC, or it can't handle the data from usb.
alfredtessman
RicardoH
#39

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the bulk of the world's population live in developing countries where internet connectivity is primitive and insanely expensive, yet we get sabotaged by iCloud-type of phones and computers that simply don't allow for tried and tested usb or bluetooth connections as nokia had been doing for two decades. We urgently need to have a dutchuncle talk with developers as they are oit of touch with reality. A real world exists outside of US/Europe, where blackberry sees its market skyrocket and where people depend upon computers for their survival. Syncing music and pictures not being a requirement, we do need sync betwwen contacts, tasks, calendars and mail.

How do I do this between Ubuntu Linux and Airdroid without internet? Can I set up a galaxy s3 as a wifi hotspot and sync wirelessly with my laptop?

I still need to buy an android phone and I need to know beforehand.

My three Nokias don't sync properly via Google, so I wasted money that aren't reliable.
RicardoH
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