1.) Install the third party FTP Android app, such as ES File Explorer
2.) Enter the WiFi mode on UDMA3 and select "Share"
3.) The UDMA3 will broadcast its own SSID "UDMA3_42C5" and default IP address is 10.0.0.1 in Ad Hoc mode.
4.) Connect the WiFi on Android device to "UDMA3_42C5" and then launch the ES File Explorer app.
5.) Tab the Menu key at the upper left corner.
6.) Select "Network"
7.) Choose "FTP" (File Transfer Protocol)
8.) 1.) Type the IP address 10.0.0.1 inside the Server
2.) Type any in the Username, such as UDMA3
3.) Lastly, hit "OK"
9.) The FTP folder 10.0.0.1 is created. Tab the Folder, and you're going to see the "C" which is the hard disk inside the UDMA3.
The directory will be "C" > "Backup" > "DCIM" > camera model's folder > images.
10.) Tab and hold the image you will want to copy to Android device, a check box will be appeared.
11.) Select the images and then hit "COPY" or "CUT" at the bottom task bar.
12.) Go to "Local" in the ES File Explorer app > Home > Pictures
13.) Hit the "Paste" at the bottom task bar and the selected images will be stored.
14.) To copy images from Android back to the UDAM3 device, it will be a reversed process. Select the images from the Local > Home > Pictures, hit COPY or CUT and go to Network > 10.0.0.1 folder > "C" > hit Paste to save the selected images.
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