Sunday, October 20, 2013

How to send Large Files between Android Devices via WiFi Direct in a few Minutes without any Additional Softwares

Wi-Fi Direct™ is a wireless technology that
enables Wi-Fi Direct devices to connect directly to
one another. This means users on the go can
print documents, share data, sync files, and
display information from notebooks and netbooks,
as well as from devices like smartphones and
tablets. Products certified Wi-Fi Direct can
connect to other wireless devices without joining
a traditional wireless network or Wi-Fi ® hotspot.
Note : Before you can use Wi-Fi Direct, you will
need to disconnect from any Wi-Fi access points
or turn off Mobile HotSpot ® . When you turn Wi-Fi
Direct on, any open connections will be ended.

Wi-Fi Direct Setup

1. Open the Notification Panel by swiping your finger
from the top of the screen to the bottom, and
touch Settings > More settings.

2. Touch the slider next to Wi-Fi Direct to turn the
feature on or off.

3. Touch Wi-Fi Direct to connect to other Wi-Fi
Direct devices.

4. Your device will scan for other Wi-Fi Direct
devices automatically. If the device you want to
connect to is not listed, make sure that Wi-Fi
Direct is turned on in the device and touch Scan.

5. Touch the device you want to connect to. If you
want to connect to more than one device via Wi-
Fi Direct, touch Multi-connect and mark all of the
devices you want to connect to, and then touch
Done .

6. The other device will receive an Invitation to
connect prompt and will have 30 seconds to
touch Accept for the connection to be made.

7. Once connected, the other device will show as
Connected in your list of Wi-Fi Direct devices and
the WiFi icon will display at the top of your screen.

Sharing Information with Connected Device

To share videos, pictures, or other information
with the connected device, follow these steps:

1. View the information you want to share. For
example, if you want to share a photo, find the
photo in your camera viewer, Gallery, or My Files,
then touch the Share icon or touch the Menu
Andr key and look for Share, Share page, or
Share via option, and touch Wi-Fi Direct .

2. Mark the box next to a connected device name,
Android_XXX for example, and touch Done .

3. You will see the Outbound transfers screen on
your device. When the transfer is complete, the
receiving device will see a notification in the
status bar showing that a Wi-Fi Direct file has
been received.

4. When you receive a file via Wi-Fi Direct, the file
can be found in My Files > sdcard >
ShareViaWifi .

Note : Depending on the other device model, the prompts and shared folder information may differ.

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