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We upload files to mobile via WAP

It is often enough to deal with the problem of downloading a file into the phone's memory. And it’s good, at what time to eat the suitable USB cord at hand, with the help of which you can hastily plus, the essence, donate all the necessary data into the depths of your mobile friend. But what to do if there is no similar accessory available, but is it just a time to search for other options?

Exactly in such cases it is allowed to copy files from a computer to a mobile phone "over the air" using the online service

It is extremely pleasant to realize that among the creators of this Internet tool there is a domestic representative, however, it is IT technology specialist also Vyacheslav Bogdanov from Krasnoyarsk.

The scheme of labor service is simple. The file, which we want to transfer to your phone, is temporarily placed on the WAP-hosting service of for its further download via the mobile phone's WAP-browser.

To do this, perform the following steps:

1. Click "Browse" and specify the file to copy to your phone. Naturally, the format of the injected data is forced to be supported by a mobile device.

2. Choose a mobile operator. Beeline and MTS also have Megafon in the list. The main thing is to find them among many other operators.

3. Enter the ten-digit phone number twice.

4. We drive in the verification code and press the "Send" button.

Everything, now within five minutes, an SMS message containing a WAP-link to our file should come to the cell phone. If there was no response from the service, the data can be downloaded manually by accessing via the WAP-browser of the phone to the website also specifying the numeric identifier (ID) of the file, which we received after performing the 4th step.

For aesthetes who prefer to use "live" programs in the old fashioned way, but not online, the company recommends using the Send to Phone application, which allows you to automate work with the service up to one mouse click. The utility is gratuitous, as is also the service itself.