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Due to its architecture the FTP protocol does not work very well in environments making use of NAT. NAT is heavily used in mobile networks and the used helper applications are sometimes buggy, which might explain the difference you see. There might be other reasons while it fails in one network but succeeds in the other but without having lots of details ...


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You have lots of articles that covers this topic. WiFi Tethering essentially turns your smartphone into a wireless router. When your phone has a data connection, it can share that connection with all of the other devices connected to it. When it doesn’t have a data connection, it still functions as a wireless router – or more accurately, as a switch. Since ...


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Indeed, it seems like a smartphone with a "Hotspot" feature can act as a Wi-Fi router. After doing some research, as far as I understand, the network I've been asking about works as follows : Internet | (external IP address) Smartphone [file ...


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I think the problem is that your home network is behind NAT, you need to configure your tablet to access hosts behind NAT. Here is a guide which is related to your question: Allow Remote Desktop connections from outside your home network


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We had some similiar problems with our Continuous Integration environment with Android devices from an OSX machine (also using for both iOS and Android). I believe the problem is that you are allowing Jenkins to start the adb server. The causes problems because Jenkins jobs are associated with shells that come in and out of existence. If Jenkins kicks off ...



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