1. WillJitsu's Avatar
    Is there an easy way to send a file from one Android device to another? I know I can email them, but I was hoping there is an app out there that will allow a direct transfer. Something like the Bump app, but with all file types. Any ideas?
    06-14-2010 01:30 PM
  2. NicksGarage's Avatar
    You could use Dropbox. http://www.dropbox.com
    06-14-2010 02:41 PM
  3. WillJitsu's Avatar
    Yeah I can go that route if necessary. I was hoping for a more direct phone to phone transfer though if possible.
    06-14-2010 02:46 PM
  4. Raf's Avatar
    what about via bluetooth?
    06-14-2010 02:48 PM
  5. pingpongboss's Avatar
    try Hoccer. also swiftp + andftp combo works pretty well

    Sent from my HTC Evo 4G.
    06-14-2010 02:48 PM
  6. NicksGarage's Avatar
    I see that Bump is now available for Android as well. More apps to try out...
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    06-14-2010 03:06 PM
  7. Mustachio's Avatar
    I like Bump, or I would like it, but for two things:

    1) I don't like to bump (or even shake) my $200 investment
    2) I find it annoying to go through a server when I'd much rather just go phone-to-phone.

    You'd think Bluetooth would do the job...no?
    06-14-2010 03:20 PM
  8. Raf's Avatar
    I haven't tried it with the Evo via bluetooth but I've used that with other phones to share pics, short video clips, music files just to name a few.
    06-14-2010 03:26 PM
  9. NicksGarage's Avatar
    I tried bump but it doesn't work with photos on the EVO. Wrote to the developer and they said they're trying to fix that.
    06-14-2010 08:59 PM
  10. forumsid987's Avatar
    Bump seems quite cool...got to get one of my iphone friends to try it out with me
    06-14-2010 10:03 PM
  11. DaonlyWabbie's Avatar
    I notice that when i check whats using my battery is says usually 65% Android System, Is there any way to take this down?
    12-15-2010 05:12 AM
  12. Gekko's Avatar
    I notice that when i check whats using my battery is says usually 65% Android System, Is there any way to take this down?
    it's all relative. think about it. overall total battery usage is 100%. the OS is really the only constant. the less you use other features/services/apps - the higher % will be attributed to the OS.

    and please don't obsess over your battery widgets.
    12-15-2010 05:27 AM
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