How to Manage your Android’s Internal Storage Over Wi-Fi

How to Manage your Android’s Internal Storage Over Wi-Fi

Whether you’ve lost your micro USB cord or just can’t get up from your office chair, there are plenty of good reasons to manage your Android’s internal storage over Wi-Fi.

Here’s how to easily manage, add, and delete files from your Android without ever connecting it to your PC.

Step 1) Download an app called Droid Over Wi-Fi

Step 2) Open the app and type in your IP address and port number

Step 3) Generate your PIN code and open your internet browser on your computer

Step 4) Go to the address displayed in your app and you’ll see a list of your phone’s files

That’s it! From here, you can manage your files just like you would manage any folder on your PC. You can even stream files from your Android onto your computer – which is great if you’re transferring video files or songs.

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Tips on Managing the Internal Storage of the Samsung Galaxy S4

Samsung Galaxy S4If your Samsung Galaxy S4 is already running low on internal storage memory (ROM), you will no longer be allowed to install new apps and download contents. In addition, you will not be able to save new files. Your messages will not be automatically stored to your phone and storing photos and videos taken from your camera will not be possible anymore. On top of these, some apps will no longer be able to function well and you are likely to experience freezes and frequent crashes with them.

Here are the ways to manage the internal memory of your Samsung Galaxy S4 to enable its optimum performance based on the T-Mobile Support page:

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