WiFi Pro FTP Server


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Convert your android phone/tablet into a FTP Server! Use this cool app to host your own FTP Server on your phone/tablet. Use the FTP Server to transfer files, photos, movies, songs etc...to/from your android device using a FTP client like FileZilla.
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Convert your android phone/tablet into a FTP Server! Use this cool app to host your own FTP Server on your phone/tablet. Use the FTP Server to transfer files, photos, movies, songs etc…to/from your android device using a FTP client like FileZilla.

Key features:
★Complete FTP server with configurable port number
★Supports FTP over TLS/SSL (FTPS)
★Configurable anonymous access
★Configurable home folder (mount point)
★Configurable user-name/password
★Avoid using USB cables for file transfer and copy/backup files over Wifi
★Works over Wifi and Wifi tethering mode (hotspot mode)

★Try before you buy!!!. Try the free ad-supported version of the same FTP Server at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.medhaapps.wififtpserver
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Please email feedback/bugs to the support email-id. If you want to use FTPS (FTP over TLS/SSL), please note that the server URL would be ftps:// and not ftp://

Please note that FTPS and SFTP are not the same. SFTP support will be added soon.

Port number should be greater than 1024 as binding to ports like 21 will not be possible on non-rooted phones. The default port number is configured to 2221 and can be changed from settings screen. For security reasons, anonymous access is not enabled by default. It can be enabled from settings screen.

If you dont have a FTP client, you could download Filezilla from https://filezilla-project.org/download.php?type=client You can also access the ftp server from windows file explorer.

How to Setup and Use FTP Server on Android

There are many ways to transfer data from your Android device to PC. For instance, you can use the traditional USB method, Bluetooth, or apps like Xender and ShareIt. But, do you know that you can also transfer files from your Android device to PC or vice versa using File Transfer Protocol (FTP)?

is a network protocol for transferring files from one location to another on the Internet. The two locations in FTP are referred to as Client and a Server. The Client requests the files from a Server.

File transfer using FTP can take place between two computers, one mobile device and a computer, or a cloud account and a computer.


You may have heard the term FTP when someone is talking about a website. We usually use FTP to transfer website files from our computer to the hosting server. However, it can also be used to transfer files between two local computers or any other two devices connected via the same network.


Also Read: Best Alternatives to Google Apps


FTP is a simple way to transfer files from your Android device – mobile or tablet – to a PC wirelessly on a local network. Here, your Android device acts as a server and your PC is the client.

In this post, we’ll tell you how to use FTP on your Android phone to transfer files to PC.

This method doesn’t require any USB cable or even Bluetooth. The only requirement for FTP on Android is that your Android device and PC should be connected to the same Wi-Fi network. If you don’t have the same Wi-Fi network, you can create a hotspot and then use FTP.


Please keep in mind, Wi-Fi connections or same network doesn’t mean that you should have a working Internet connection. They are generally used alternatively but they differ in their meaning. Even if the Internet is not working and you’re connected to the same Wi-Fi network, you can still use FTP to transfer files.

You can use FTP for three things:


To access your Android phone’s files on your PC via Wi-Fi without using USB

To send and receive files between Android and PC

You can also perform actions such as copy, move, delete, rename, etc. on your Android files from your PC.

Also Read: How to Transfer Contacts, SMS from iPhone to Android for Free


To transfer files between an Android device and a Windows PC via FTP, you need to download a third-party FTP server from Google Play Store on your Android device. Some brands like Mi have a built-in FTP feature. We have given the detailed instructions separately for Mi devices below.


For other Android devices, follow the steps below:


Step 1. Download a Third-party FTP App

As mentioned above, you need to have an FTP app on your Android. Some file explorers such as ES File Explorer and Solid Explorer come with a built-in FTP feature. The steps will remain the same for all the apps with minor differences in the location of the options.

If you have a File Manager app that has FTP, you don’t need to download a separate app. But, if you’re looking for an FTP app, here are some easy-to-use choices:


WiFi FTP Server

Ftp Server

WiFi File Transfer

FTP Server – Access files over the Internet

For our tutorial, we will go with the WiFi FTP server app. It’s one of the easiest FTP apps.


Step 2. Connect to the Same Wi-Fi Network

Once you have installed an FTP app on your Android device, connect your Android device and PC to the same Wi-Fi network.

Step 3. Start FTP Service

Open the WiFi FTP server app on your device. Tap the Start button.


The app will ask for the permission to access your media files. Grant it the necessary permission.

Step 4. Open the FTP Link on Your PC

Once you tap the Start button, the FTP app will provide you an FTP URL or a server URL. It would be something like

You can now access the Android files on your PC using three methods

You can now access the Android files on your PC using three methods:



File Explorer

FTP application like FileZilla

Your Android files can be easily accessed via any browser like Google Chrome. However, you won’t be able to upload or perform any action using this method. You can only download your Android files to PC.

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