Mobile FTP Client for WM Updated
A great FTP tool for downloading and uploading stuff from your Windows Mobile devices is presented by XDA member GMEKS. Features present on this application are support for download and upload (including multiple files at once ), stores traffic data on a pr site basis, support both passive and active connections, site manager to store login information to multiple sites, and more.
The developer has increased the “wait” time, so it´s easier to handle slower FTP servers.
Working on WM 5 and up this application needs .NET CF 2.0 or superior.
Originally posted by GMEKS
[APP]Mobile FTP Client
Mobile FTP Client is FTP client for windows mobile 5/6 or above that allows users to download or upload files to a FTP server.
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