Mi Drop Apk
Xiaomi has its own file sharing app without the need to be connected to the Internet or use a cable or Bluetooth. It’s called Mi Drop and with it you can connect any Android (not just a Xiaomi) with another.
We return with one of those video tutorials on the use of Apps that will make life much easier, in short, an App of Xiaomi that under the name of Mi Drop, now we will be able to download and install in any type of terminal Android.
An App, or rather, a whole productivity tool that will make our Android much better, and is that without any type of cable, wirelessly and at a rate of infarction, we will be able to share all kinds of files between dispositives.
Send or receive files with a simple gesture
This app allows you to send files of different formats and at the same time with a very simple operation. For this, it is only necessary that the sender and receiver device are close and that both, of course, have the app installed. These are the main features offered:
The App Mi Drop of Xiaomi will be able to get download and install directly from the Google Play Store, which is the official store of Apps for Android. Then I leave you direct link to download it:
- Compatible with all Android devices.
- 200 times faster than a Bluetooth connection.
- Send and receive all kinds of files: video, images, documents, installed apps, apps in APK format …
- Share files with a single touch.
- Simple and intuitive user interface.
- Sending files without quantity or size limitation.
- Possibility of carrying out the transmission by generating QR codes.
Requirements and additional information:
- Minimum requirements of the operating system: Android 4.4.
If you are one of the unfortunate users that when entering the Play Store you mark that the App is not compatible with your device, do not despair that you still have a possible solution, solution that passes by downloading the apk directly from this link and try to see if You can manually install it in your terminal that in principle reads as not compatible.
I say to have another opportunity since I could install it myself in a Lenovo TAB that initially marked me as an App not compatible according to the Google Play Store.
Everything that Xiaomi Drop offers us
Mi Drop of Xiaomi allows us to send ultra-fast speeds any type of file wirelessly between Android devices.
To achieve this, Mi Drop uses the shared connection functionality offered by Android, via Wi-Fi and without any data cost for the user who sends the files or the user who receives them, to send all kinds of files hosted on our Android regardless of the size of it.
With just open the App in both terminals, we just have to select the receiving terminal and the sending terminal so that the connection is made automatically between them. Then it will only be necessary to select all the files that we want to send from the sending terminal, navigating through the convenient categories of Mi Drop where we can find our photos, videos, documents and even Apps installed from the Google Play Store in a filtered way. manual.
Once all the files and Apps or games that we want to send to the receiving terminal have been selected and with just clicking on the send button, a kind of radar screen will appear to us, in the radar style, where the receiving device will be shown where click on its icon, the magic begins and proceed to send the selected files in a very, very fast way and without the need of any type of cable.
In Android 7.0 or higher we will have to enable the Wifi zone manually
The process as I say is fully automatic versions of Android 6.0 Marshmallow, if we are in a version of Android 7.0 Nougat or higher version of Android, the only downside is that we will have to manually enable the shared connection of our Android terminal.
A very simple task since in addition to just trying to enable a box as a lever or button, the App itself Mi Drop will take us to the section of the settings of our Android where we will find the aforementioned Connection shared, Wifi Zone or other names by which it is known in the different layers of Android personalization.
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