Accessing Android Device File From PC Wirelessly

Step-by-step:

  1. Install SSHDroid from google play:
  2. SSHDroid

  3. Open SSHDroid in your android device
  4. Open file explorer (nautilus in Ubuntu or Windows Explorer in Ms. Windows)
  5. Input the address in address bar PC as shown in Android device, It’s like sftp://root@192.168.x.x:2222 password: admin
  6. Explore your files in Android device from PC (like copy-paste and other)
  7. Enjoy it!

Explore android file from Ubuntu PC

Accessing Android Device File From PC Wirelessly

Step-by-step:

  1. Install SSHDroid from google play:
  2. SSHDroid

  3. Open SSHDroid in your android device
  4. Open file explorer (nautilus in Ubuntu or Windows Explorer in Ms. Windows)
  5. Input the address in address bar PC as shown in Android device, It’s like sftp://root@192.168.x.x:2222 password: admin
  6. Explore your files in Android device from PC (like copy-paste and other)
  7. Enjoy it!

Explore android file from Ubuntu PC

File sharing and remote desktop Ubuntu laptops via SSH

Today, I realize that connecting two or more Ubuntu laptops is very easy. Just install openssh using command line:

sudo apt-get install openssh-server

Installed ssh on your PC you can make file sharing and remote desktop to your other PCs. To connecting your PCs, use the ssh command with the username@ipaddress. For example, now I am on my laptop namely bta@g580, I want to remote desktop to my other Ubuntu laptop, namely bta@d725 with ipaddress : 192.168.3.5. So, I do the following commands,

bta@g580:~$ ssh bagus@192.168.3.5
bagus@192.168.3.5’s password:
Welcome to Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS (GNU/Linux 3.2.0-29-generic i686)

 * Documentation:  https://help.ubuntu.com/

15 packages can be updated.
9 updates are security updates.

*** /dev/sda7 will be checked for errors at next reboot ***

Last login: Sun Sep 16 14:23:28 2012 from bagus-lenovo-g580.local
bta@d725:~$

Now, I am log on to my bta@d725 from bta@g580. I can manage file, copying, merging, deleting and do other tasks in my D725 from G580 (it is model of my laptop). To copy file from my d725 to my g580, I just type the following command;

scp ~/* bagus@192.168.3.3:~/

which copy all my files in home directory in d725 to my home directory in g580. The last question maybe: how can I know my ipaddress? the answer is, check it using command: ifconfig. You can do this file sharing and remote desktop over wifi or wired connection.

File sharing and remote desktop Ubuntu laptops via SSH

Today, I realize that connecting two or more Ubuntu laptops is very easy. Just install openssh using command line:

sudo apt-get install openssh-server

Installed ssh on your PC you can make file sharing and remote desktop to your other PCs. To connecting your PCs, use the ssh command with the username@ipaddress. For example, now I am on my laptop namely bta@g580, I want to remote desktop to my other Ubuntu laptop, namely bta@d725 with ipaddress : 192.168.3.5. So, I do the following commands,

bta@g580:~$ ssh bagus@192.168.3.5
bagus@192.168.3.5’s password:
Welcome to Ubuntu 12.04.1 LTS (GNU/Linux 3.2.0-29-generic i686)

 * Documentation:  https://help.ubuntu.com/

15 packages can be updated.
9 updates are security updates.

*** /dev/sda7 will be checked for errors at next reboot ***

Last login: Sun Sep 16 14:23:28 2012 from bagus-lenovo-g580.local
bta@d725:~$

Now, I am log on to my bta@d725 from bta@g580. I can manage file, copying, merging, deleting and do other tasks in my D725 from G580 (it is model of my laptop). To copy file from my d725 to my g580, I just type the following command;

scp ~/* bagus@192.168.3.3:~/

which copy all my files in home directory in d725 to my home directory in g580. The last question maybe: how can I know my ipaddress? the answer is, check it using command: ifconfig. You can do this file sharing and remote desktop over wifi or wired connection.