110 ratings (3.573 average)
What's new in this version (1.01):
3D camera function support (photo, video)
Folder, file normal sorting default setting
Adding folder location indicator
Improvement of photo viewing performance in local device.
bug fix - duplication of server info issue, localization message issue
File Manager(Mercury) is designed to share files in your mobile device with networked-LG NAS. You can upload and download the files by FTP protocol.
Enjoy smart life with the File Manager by connecting NAS anytime, anywhere!
With WiFi connection, you can detect presence of a particular NAS with Auto Discovery function and connect to it.
1. LG NAS (Server)
Creating, deleting folder
Browse and download files to mobile device.
2. Device (Local)
Browsing, Editing, Running file and Uploading to NAS
*Supported File Formats
Video- mp4, m4v, wmv, avi
Audio- aac, mp3, 3gp
Image- jpg, png
Office- pdf, ppt, doc, xls
Application - apk
At camera tab, also, taking picture and recording video file is allowed. If you connected on server and INSTANT_UPLOAD is active, new photos you take are automatically send to both your device and NAS automatically.
★ To enjoy multimedia streaming service with LG NAS, please download ‘MyData’ from Android Market.
★ In order to take advantage of Mercury file manager, the following NAS options need to be checked it out upon NAS web page: the ftp server have to be set as "enable" and FTP sharing option against a folder also have to be checked
★ Connecting NAS with DNS/IP address, you can up/down load files from NAS to your device and vice versa. Maximum number of files allowable for up/download is two-hundred at a time, and total transfer file size limit is up to 2GB as well. (Under different circumstances up/download large files might not be stable)
★ Supported File Formats: extension, a/v codec, resolution, bitrate and etc however, might be different depending on which an android device you uses.
★ the Mercury, File manager is optimized for LG NAS, however, it can be used FTP client working with general FTP server.
Last comments from Android Market
Wish this app could stream avi from nas to android.
Repeatedly hangs and needs to be killed in task manager after selecting images to upload.
Perfect. Does what it says on the tin!