I sincerely appreciate this blog post but I have to wince when I see what we expect human beings to go through just to get music onto their phone without cables:
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Once you’ve downloaded FTPServer onto your phone, go in and enter in the FTP server information you will use to login.
User – username you will use to login via SyncBack
Pass – password you will use to login
Port – must be greater than 1023 (I used 2000)
Default dir – if you want to start off in a certain directory on the phone enter it here (you must know it though since you can not browse for it)
Next just check “Accept connections” under the wifi name and “Any Network”.
Press “Save and Restart Service” to start the FTP server on your phone. I usually takes around 5-15 seconds for the FTP service to fully start.
Below is how I like to have the files synced in SyncBack but please feel free to play around with the settings to best fit your needs. I use it to sync podcast that were downloaded through iTunes and I want what ever is in the directory on my PC to be what’s on the phone. So if I delete a file on the PC, I want it to remove it from the phone on the next sync.
Next you’ll need to install SyncBack. Once it’s installed open the program and create a new profile. You should be prompted with a “Profile type” menu. I chose “Backup:…” but this is really up to you how you want to sync your files.”
. . . or just buy a KIN for $49 with ZunePass.