Google launches Android Samba Client, so you can access your PC files remotely

Google Samba Client


Google has been encouraged to launch on Google Play with the name of the developer Marketing @ Google your own client to Samba so that the users can access their remote files from your Android device.

Samba is a free implementation of the protocol of shared files of Microsoft Windows (SMB/CIFS) used by most systems, UNIX-like (GNU/Linux, and Mac OS X) to be able to display your files in Windows. Well, with Android Samba Client also be able to view those files shared from Android.


Samba

Android Samba Client is a port of the client of Samba for which the source code is located in https://samba.org. The application is very basic. So we only have to enter the path of our SMB server along with the password in case you need to begin to see in our mobile or tablet files from our PC, or external hard drive connected to the network with SMB. Also you can modify or delete those files remotely.

The good thing of Android Samba Client is that shared folder will appear in the application Downloads/Files of our Android device, along with the rest of the folders local or in the cloud from our mobile.

Via | AP
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Google launches Android Samba Client, so you can access your PC files remotely
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July 5, 2017


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