Super easy to use and setup - I currently use it to share between my android phone and my linux laptop

  • @BCsven@lemmy.ca
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    1811 months ago

    The terms of use appear that they handle your data. If you wamt to avoid a thirdparty. i would suggest KDE connect, can combine with tailscale for cross network sends. Syncthing is also good. or Croc for single transfers either local or across networks.

  • @freamon@feddit.nl
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    1511 months ago

    I’m still transferring stuff between my phone and computer using FTP, like some caveman.

      • @madeindjs@lemmy.ml
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        211 months ago

        Same. Plus, on local network, everything stay on the network.

        I’m starting watch a movie on my PC, then move the movie file into a synced folder, na finish the movie 2" later on my phone.

    • @saba@lemmy.sdf.org
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      211 months ago

      I had a script in termux that used exiftool to rename and organize photos and then rsync them to my backup. That was on an older phone. I need to do that again!

  • @flauschke@feddit.de
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    911 months ago

    I use KDE connect for that, it works pretty well. I don’t use KDE so I’m probably missing out on some features but file transfer, sending clipboard contents, media control etc all work