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WiFi File Explorer PRO

by Dooblou
Rated: All Ages

Price: $0.99
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This app needs permission to access:

  • Change Wi-Fi connectivity state
  • Open network sockets
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Latest Updates

What's new in version 1.10.1
  • - Now with drag-and-drop uploads making transferring files from your computer to your Android device much quicker
  • - Now with SD card write access on Android 5.0 and above! So you can once again upload, delete, rename and move files on your SD card
  • - Higher resolution icon
  • - New Japanese and Russian translations

Product Details

Product Features

  • Manage files between your Android device and computer without using a cable
  • View and send photos and other files from your phone via a secure Wi-Fi connection
  • See all files in a password-protected Web browser
  • Stream music from your phone directly to your computer
  • Configure port settings to your preferences

Product Description

* Featured on Life Hacker and recommended by Motorola! Best and cheapest! *

Browse, transfer, download, upload, delete, copy, rename, stream and manage files that are on your Android device, using a web browser via a WiFi connection.

No more taking your phone apart to get the SD card out or grabbing your cable to access your camera pics or copy across your fave MP3s.

"I wholeheartedly recommend going the wireless route with WiFi File Explorer!" - PC World review - 5 stars.



1. Using a web browser, you can browse, download and manage all the files on your Android device without the need for a cable;

2. Multiple batch file uploads and downloads to save you time when transferring many files at once;

3. Download entire directories on your Android device with just one simple click – for example, backup all your photos just by downloading the Camera directory;

4. Select all the directories on your Android device and do a multiple download to backup your entire SD card!

5. Download a streaming media playlist to allow you to quickly flick through and stream all the stored media files in a directory;

6. Create brand new directories and delete/rename/copy/zip/unzip files - the perfect file manager;

7. Have any application files stored on your Android device? WiFi File Explorer is also an installer, so automatically install them with just once click in the web browser;

8. Stream individual music and video files from your Android device straight to a web browser;

9. View all the camera pictures and videos on your Android device directly in a web browser;

10. Simple to use with no set up or buttons – it just works!

11. Password protected;

12. Ability to configure the port settings;

13. Full support for special characters;

14. Send an email to the web link from the app for easy connection;

15. LOTS more features in development;


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* Follow @dooblou on Twitter for all the latest news and updates as they occur *

* Find us on Facebook – Search for ‘WiFi File Explorer’ *


If you do have problems using this application on your WiFi network, it is most likely a configuration problem with your router/network. Please contact the developer if you have any questions and he may be able to help you ... but please don't rate low because your network isn't configured properly - that isn't the application’s fault ;)

Technical Details

Size: 4.2MB
Version: 1.10.1
Developed By: Dooblou
Application Permissions: ( Help me understand what permissions mean )
  • Change Wi-Fi connectivity state
  • Open network sockets
  • Access information about networks
  • PowerManager WakeLocks to keep processor from sleeping or screen from dimming
  • Access information about Wi-Fi networks
  • Set the wallpaper
  • Read from external storage
  • Write to external storage
  • Read or write the system settings
Minimum Operating System: Android 2.3
Approximate Download Time: Less than 1 minute

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

By R. Wilson on August 12, 2011
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I've used serveral different types of apps like this to transfer files between my machines and this one works just as great as the others and is a very good app.

If it has any negatives I would say it is less clear on stopping sharing once you are finished with it. Most of the other apps have a "Stop" button in one for or another, this one does not. To stop the server you must hit the back button, if you exit using the home button it will leave it running in the background leaving your phone open to anyone familiar with the program to steal your data if your on a public wifi or somewhere else besides your home.

With the default configuration being no password, I can see a lot of users accidently hitting hitting the home button and leaving their phones wide open. Peole just don't pay attention, they need big buttons that say "stop" and "start".

So great app, but I would warn people, make sure you exit using the back button so you don't leave your phone wide open to those who would steal your data and to the developer, I'd make a big STOP button because most user are trained to exit apps using the home button which in this case is a security risk. As such thats why I give it 3 stars, because anything that leaves a phone wide open for attack using a normal way of exiting is flawed.

If developers could all agree on one way to exit an app this wouldn't be a problem with me, but as it stands a lot of devs disable the back button to get users to use the Home button to exit, which in this case will leave the service running.
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Product does exactly what it says, and seems to work fine. The big problem is that it by default is wide open to anyone to pull your files off your device, and even if you secure it with a password it is trivial to snoop the password since it is broadcast in plain text.
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This app is awesome, well worth $0.99! So far has worked flawlessly. I cannot say enough good things about it, I would highly recommend it to anyone who sideloads anything from their computer to their device, in my case Kindle Fire.

I've been having issues connecting Kindle Fires (we are a 2 Fire family) with USB for file transfer from PC to KF, (a story for a different post) but this app makes it a mute issue. Connectivity is faster over WiFi than with USB anyway, pictures and songs take seconds and a 30 minute .mp4 video only takes a couple minutes at the most.

I've read older reviews about security and inability to shut down app but it can be password protected and an exit button is provided, both are accessible in the menu.

Edit 7/28/2012
Based on threads found on Amazon Kindle Fire forums, I am not the only one who has problems connecting via USB to a PC for sideloading. I cannot stress enough how much aggravation this app has saved me.
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[edit] Here's a re-evaluation of my original review now that I have more experience with my Transformer:

* Computer access using the USB port works perfectly fine. I'm not sure if this was the initial batches of Transformers, but I was misinformed and never verified myself if this was the case for mine. I can access both internal and external drives via USB without issues (other than slow access).

* The program has been updated to allow virtually unlimited amounts of files to be transferred. You now have an ability to add folders; however, it's lacking in the ability to over files around/organizes. So it's inferior to USB access on that end.

* Security: This is not too much of an issue for me because unless you're on a shared, public network, and the person knows what IP address your phone/tablet has been assigned, it's unlikely that someone will access it. Are you going to head to Coffee Bean/McDonalds/Kava House/Starbucks and use Wifi explorer to send your own files across the aether? Probably not, but you're more likely to do it at home where the environment is more secure (that is, if you password-protect your router).

So even if by default it's not protected, for me, it's not a terrible concern unless I'm actively looking for an unsecured connection and purposely broadcasting my phone's IP. Besides, if you're that concerned with being protected, you wouldn't be on a public, unsecured, wifi hotspot and you would more than likely more looking for a more secure option to connect.
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I've had my Kindle Fire HD 8.9 for about 5 weeks. This was my first tablet device of any kind, and I've never used a smart phone, so everything was new to me (great fun for me). From day one I was surprised that the only way to copy files to and from my networked WiFi Kindle was with a USB cable. Then I discovered WiFi File Explorer Pro. WFFEP running on the Kindle turns it into a web server. Entering the Kindle's URL into Internet Explorer on my PC gives me access to the entire Kindle file structure, letting me manage my files without a cable connection between the PC and Kindle. Great. My only problem was that I couldn't login to my Kindle when I set a password on WiFi File Explorer Pro. Then I realized it's because I always run IE with all cookies blocked. Apparently WFFEP sets a cookie when you enter the password on the login page in IE. Unfortunately, WFFEP doesn't warn you when you have cookies blocked. It just redisplays the login screen and leaves you mystified. Adding my Kindle's URL to the list of allowed sites in IE's Tools/Internet Options/Privacy tab fixed my problem.
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