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I need to transfer around 1000 audio files at a time from my laptop to my Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0.

It's asking for permission every time for each file. Are there any settings that'd allow me to transfer all files at once? I don't find any settings on my tab.

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If you download the Android SDK, you will get the adb executable in /platform-tools/adb.

With it, you can push an unlimited number of files directly to your Android device from a command line, e.g. in Bash, once your tablet is connected to the computer via USB:

for i in *.mp3; do adb push "$i" /mnt/sdcard/some/place/; done

Note that you might have to enable USB debugging from your tablet's preferences for this to work.

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Knowing your operating system and the specifics of what you want to transfer where would help though. – slhck Nov 22 '12 at 11:10

A less technical approach would be to:

  1. Zip them up
  2. Email them to an account on the Tab
  3. Extract them using an app like Androzip or ASTRO
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