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✨Transfer files over WiFi between your computer and your smartphone from the terminal✨

Installation

You will find the most updated version of qr-filetransfer here. But if you want the most stable version, use pip to install it

Pip Install

Global Install

pip3 install qr-filetransfer[extras]

Local Install

pip3 install --user qr-filetransfer[extras]

If you run into problems during the install, try removing the optional [extras] at the end of the command.

Git Install

# clone the repo
$ git clone https://github.com/sdushantha/qr-filetransfer.git

# change the working directory to qr-filetransfer
$ cd qr-filetransfer

# install the requirements
$ pip3 install -r requirements.txt

Usage

usage: qr-filetransfer [-h] [--debug] [--receive] [--port PORT]
                       [--ip_addr {192.168.0.105}] [--auth AUTH]
                       file_path

Transfer files over WiFi between your computer and your smartphone from the
terminal

positional arguments:
  file_path             path that you want to transfer or store the received
                        file.

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --debug, -d           show the encoded url.
  --receive, -r         enable upload mode, received file will be stored at
                        given path.
  --port PORT, -p PORT  use a custom port
  --ip_addr {192.168.0.105}
                        specify IP address
  --auth AUTH           add authentication, format: username:password

Note: Both devices needs to be connected to the same network

Exiting

To exit the program, just press CTRL+C.


Transfer a single file

$ qr-filetransfer /path/to/file.txt

Transfer a full directory. Note: the directory gets zipped before being transferred

$ qr-filetransfer /path/to/directory/

Receive/upload a file from your phone to your computer

$ qr-filetransfer -r /path/to/receive/file/to/

Credits

Inspired by the Go project qr-filetransfer

License

MIT License

Copyright Β© 2019 Siddharth Dushantha

Active contributer - Yu-Chen Lin

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