MoFTP Server

MoFTP Server Free App

Rated 4.46/5 (50) —  Free Android application by MOSDEV


About MoFTP Server

MoFTP Server is a simple multiuser ftp server for the Android platform

- Free FTP Server
- Transfer files to/from FTP clients
- Custom multiple username and password
- Custom home folder for each user
- Allows / deny write permission to each single user
- Custom port number
- Allows autostart on system boot
- White list for allowed WiFi Networks
- Send feedback directly from the app
- New: Support ethernet network port on Android devices like Minix U1 Android mini computer or HIMEDIA Q5II
- New: 2 Homescreen widgets to manage the server from homescreen

Access to the server from FTP Client, Windows Explorer, or web browser e.g. Firefox, Chrome by: (Example:

It is possible to add username and password in the URL: ftp://username:[email protected]:2021

Note: This app contains a bug reporting library. If the app crashes, I will try to fix an issue during 48 hours.

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How to Download / Install

Download and install MoFTP Server version 1.63.02 on your Android device!
Downloaded 1,000+ times, content rating: Everyone
Android package: org.mosdev.moftpserver, download MoFTP Server.apk

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App History & Updates

What's Changed
Upgrade libraries.
Version update MoFTP Server was updated to version 1.63.02
Version update MoFTP Server was updated to version 1.62.02
More downloads  MoFTP Server reached 1 000 - 5 000 downloads

What are users saying about MoFTP Server

by U####:

can i make a minecraft pe server with this? answer me pls

by S####:

Totally useless don't waste my time

by G####:

can i make a minecraft pe server with this? answer me pls

by Q####:

App is plain broken. Purchased the premium version for external SD card write access, still get write access denied. Furthermore, I upgraded and after closing the app and re-opening it, it defaulted to the basic version full of ads and won't recognize that I purchased it. I'm on a Galaxy S 7, not some outdated piece of junk device.

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Rating Distribution

50 users