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How do i copy music files to a ftp location using f2k?
tetefolle
post Apr 17 2012, 12:05
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I have added a functional FTP server (in fact my cell phone, android 2.3) as a network location to my computer (Win 7). I can transfer files in both directions using windows explorer or any other ftp clients such as total commander. Now I would like to copy music from my hard drive to my phone by using the context menu (right click) "File Operations/Copy/...". Dialog window "File Operations Setup" pops up, then I choose the destination folder by clicking on the button [...]. The dialog window "Please select destination folder" pops up and I can even see the ftp server but I can not select any folder, instead a message error comes up: "media on 192.168.1.103 The folder name is not valid". What can I do to copy files via ftp from foobar?
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yanni
post Apr 17 2012, 15:25
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I don't think Windows' Network Drives support this kind of integration with other applications, and foobar2000 doesn't support FTP by itself.
However, a quick search gave me this: http://www.netdrive.net, it seems to do want you want and is free for non-commercial use.
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tetefolle
post Apr 17 2012, 16:13
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Hi Yanni,

thank you very much. In fact I was using already Netdrive in combination with another application but I haven't thought of using it with foobar. Works perfect. Thank you!
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