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    There are various applications at your disposal with which to transfer your files via WiFi. Using the Dukto open source code, one talented developer worked hard to create a seamless and beautiful native experience to BlackBerry 10. If you are not familiar with Dukto, it is a multi-platform LAN file transfer utility that supports sending text, files, or folders from one device to another and vice versa. It does so with users not having to worry about configuration, permissions, operating system, protocols, and servers.

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    02-27-15 08:51 AM
  2. bbaeloj's Avatar
    Great app! Needed this kind of app!

    Posted via CB10
    02-27-15 11:37 AM
  3. MobileMadness002's Avatar
    Just testing it now, I had an issue sending a folder of files with multiple sub folders. Will try again with a smaller number of folders. Sent a 1300+ MB file just fine. Great little app. Only thing I could hope for is integration into the OS on a low level. However in it's current state, it is a great asset none the less.
    02-28-15 08:00 PM

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