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Old 09-10-2008, 08:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is there any FTP software which allows me to upload files from my media card to an FTP server?

I tried Rove which seems real nice but no option to upload a file. Is such an ability possible from my BlackBerry. (Not an really important function but their are just a handful of occasions where this would come in handy.)
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Old 09-11-2008, 07:14 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Rove's file manager has an option to upload the files from BB to FTP server. On your BB open Rove's File manager, browse to the files you want to upload, then hit the Menu (not the trackball, but the BB symbol) button. You will see an option to "Move" the file. When you select this, you can browse to the FTP server destination and then click on the Move button.

This method worked for me and I'm using version 2.5.36.
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Thanks, I'm gonna have to give that a shot later on.
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BlackBerry FTP client by BEIKS - BeFTP free download

They have both free and paid versions.

EDIT: just realized that you said you need to UPLOAD. The newest version of BeFTP which is currently in beta test allows for uploads. Should be released soon...
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I followed threw with the "Move" as well as the "Copy" feature with Rove File Manager and worked pretty nicely, the free version of BeFTP doesn't save the connection so I think I'm gonna stick with Rove, I don't have to FTP alot so digging up the FTP information 6 months down the line might be a bit of a hassle, Rove keeps the connection settings there for me.

But thanks for the update, I will probably give BeFTP a quick run threw once they release the update.
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Rove Mobile File Manager works great, as do all Rove apps! I've used both BeFTP and Rove. I prefer Rove for stability, ease of use, and pwd protection to app. I can edit files, upload, and download from any of my ftp locations to/from sd card. Easy as pie!
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Is anyone using Rove Mobile File Manager with OS 4.5? I installed 4.5 a few days ago and I have been going threw my apps to make sure they have all been working good with OS 4.5 but Mobile File Manager has started throwing "Unexpected exception" and it's version 2.5.36 .. I haven't tried an uninstall re-install yet. Maybe that will help.
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I've been using version 2.5.36 successfully for a while on 4.5.0.55 on my pearl. I already had 4.5 when I installed Rove Mobile File Manager. May be reinstalling will help...
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Is anyone using Rove Mobile File Manager with OS 4.5? I installed 4.5 a few days ago and I have been going threw my apps to make sure they have all been working good with OS 4.5 but Mobile File Manager has started throwing "Unexpected exception" and it's version 2.5.36 .. I haven't tried an uninstall re-install yet. Maybe that will help.
I have the exact same problem since upgrading to 4.5. I spoke with the developer and he said that people are running it fine on 4.5 so he didn't really have a solution. I have to switch back to BeFTP because I can't figure it out. Let me know if you do please!
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Well I actually got a new Curve, installed 4.5.0.77, then installed Mobile File Manager and it still gives me an unexpected error. I'm gonna try a battery pull and a few other things tomorrow.
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I use Rove's utility on my Curve and love it.
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It appears that ROVE has discontinued Mobile File Manager as of Sept 15th. :( I had it on my 8820 and went looking to put it on my Bold. Now I can't find it anywhere. Anyone still have the .coc & .alx files?

EDIT: Got the files. Thanks.

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I never got BeFTP running :(
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Yea I can't find the Rove Mobile File Manager to put on my newer Curve :(

Very upsetting, and Mobile Admin is $200+ I think.... Since I rarely have to FTP I would love for BeFTP to save the account since I will probably forget my credentials by the time I need to do it again....

Such is life... Once I can upload with BeFTP I'll start using that, no biggie I'm going to survive.
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Rove must be changing their business model or something...

Mobile manager is a nice tool and I use it to FTP files quite regularly. I don't know what will happen to it once I update the OS next time. . I guess will have to go back to BeFTP.
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Rove must be changing their business model or something...

Mobile manager is a nice tool and I use it to FTP files quite regularly. I don't know what will happen to it once I update the OS next time. . I guess will have to go back to BeFTP.
Backup the application before you upgrade.
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I *just* got my BB and of course, the one functionality I was looking foward to (FTP Uploads) seems to exist nowhere and it looks like I just missed it! If anybody has the .coc and .alx files for Mobile File Manager and could send them my way, I would really appreciate it.
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So no one has the Rove install files?
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Guess not. I uninstalled them in and attempt to re-install. I never imaged they would be discontinued when they were.
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use the blueftp and bluetooth to transport data between pc and mobilephone
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