Samantha · Dec 26, 2013 at 01:00 pm

Push Files To and From Your PC and Android Wirelessly with Fast Push

Wires can be such a mess. You trip over them, you go nuts trying to untangle them, and many times they simply stop working—and these things only happen once you actually find them. So it’s no wonder that we’re gradually moving towards a more wireless technology, such as wireless charging, wireless entertainment systems, and wireless data transfers.

A great tool for facilitating this wireless shift is Fast Push. Developed by XDA Senior Member pesiran, the same developer of the tool APK Organize, Fast Push runs on your PC and allows users to transfer files and other data over ADB without the hassle of wires.

Consisting of just a PC client, the user interface is straight forward and easily navigable while providing the available transfer options and other settings. You can add shortcuts to your favorite or most accessed folders on your device, navigate your device with an extensions-based system, and push text to your device. If things go wrong, such as a failed transfer, there’s also a handy log panel to help identify and diagnose the issue.

Additionally, pesiran has created and uploaded three video tutorials to help new users understand the tool’s basic functions including UI navigation, pushing texts to the device, and receiving files from your device.

If Fast Push sounds like something you’d be interested in, be sure to check out the original thread for more details and download.


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