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share a folder in windows mobile 6.1

Posted on 2010-08-24
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Hello experts,

is there any way to share a folder in my windows mobile device so i can i access files from pc?


thanks
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Question by:spiral2007
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by:Mikal613
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Sorry, There is no way.
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by:spiral2007
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is there any other way to access files in wm device apart from shared folders?
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by:Mikal613
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nope. WM was not meant to have server capabilities.
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I dont know if this would work, but this may be your lucky day.

http://mochasoft.dk/freeware/ftpd.htm
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by:spiral2007
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thanks a lot mikal613. it works perfect!
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