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Back up your Arnova 10 g2 and other tasks wirelessly using AirDroid

February 24, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

Airdroid replaces the arnova 10 g2 USB cable with your web browser on your computer for most tasks. With AirDroid you can do the following

–          Transfer files to and from your arnova 10 g2

–          Manage applications such as backing up and importing them.

AirDroid is free to download and use and does not included any nagware to bother you.

On the Arnova 10 g2

To get started you will need to download the AirDroid application from the android market

Once installed launch the AirDroid app and you will be shown a first time intro screen just scroll left and tap the start button on the second screen.

You should get shown the following screen

Tap the start button and the next screen will show you the IP address to put in to you browser and the password you need to put in.

On your Computer

Start your preferred browser (IE, Firefox, Chrome) and type in the IP address of your arnova 10 g2 along with the port number you will get the following screen

Air Droid Login Screen

Enter the password you were show on the arnova 10 g2 screen and should be shown the airdroid interface which shows folders and statistics about your own Arnova 10 g2 device.

Air Droid Interface Window

Transfer files to and from your arnova 10 g2

Click the files icon on the airdroid interface to view the contents of the SD card on the Arnova 10 g2 this is an easier way to clean up the Arnova 10 g2 then the file manager supplied with the tablet.

File window in airdroid interface

Manage applications such as backing up and importing them

Click the apps icon on the airdroid interface to open up the apps screen; you can now see all the installed apps on your Arnova 10 g2

Application installed on my Arnova 10 g2

Use the export button to export an app from your Arnova 10 g2 to your computer as an APK file

Use the import app button to upload an APK file into the Arnova 10 g2 from your computer to install Apps not your computer you will need to use android market by clicking the market icon.

It is import to note you will have confirmed each app removal and installation on your arnova 10 g2.

*The AirDroid android application will also work with other equipment using android software so please feel free to try this out on your android phone*

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