Admit it! Using USB Cable every time you need to transfer Music, Videos, APK files or any file to your Android is very annoying and boring task.
To fix this problem, We can transfer those files wirelessly to your Android (not talking about Dropbox Sync). We will be using a Windows application named Fast Push. It is a Windows desktop software developed by a XDA member pesiran. Unlike other solutions, This is not an Android application.
Using Fast Push is super simple, but setting up the application for first time can be a little confusing. I will cover you on that with this tutorial.
Using Fast Push to Transfer Files and Text Wirelessly to Android.
Step 1. Fast Push uses ADB over Wifi which can be enabled on both Rooted and Non-Rooted devices. But the process is quicker on a Rooted device. You can read my guide on how to enable and disable ADB over Wifi on both Rooted and Non Rooted Android devices.
Step 2. Download Fast Push from the developer’s XDA thread > Extract it > Open FastPush.exe. On your first start the software will ask you if you want to integrate it into context menu, Accept it.
Step 3. First Tick on Auto Connect & Kill ADB-Server on exit then fill in your Android’s IP address that you got while enabling ADB over Wifi and the port number that you used there (5555).
Step 4. Click on Load Devices > Select your device from the list > Connect.
Now you are all set to transfer files to your Android wirelessly.
To send any file to your Android wirelessly, Right click on the file on your PC > FastPush > Choose / Select from Favorites. Then select the folder where you want to copy the file to on your Android’s storage.
You can set some frequently used folders on your Android as Favorites in Fast Push. This can be done by visiting the Favorites Tab on Fast Push > Add > Choose the folder > Select.
To send some text to your Android (type the text on Android’s screen like in WhatsApp, SMS etc), To send some text to your Android’s Clipboard or to retrieve your Android’s clipboard text you can visit the Input Tab on Fast Push. This feature can be used cleverly to send URLs to Android browser.
Visit the Preferences Tab for more settings.
While testing the software, It took a minute or two to get to the actual file transfer speed. So don’t get frustrated at the 10 or 20kbps speeds that you get initially.
Thanks to Pesiran for creating this wonderful software. Thank him on the XDA Thread. Also you can find Video Tutorials on the thread.
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