You may still transfer your files and folders from your computer to other devices by using a USB flash drive. But it’s not a good way to copy large files (4GB or larger) to your USB flash drive and your computer may give you an error (such as: There is not enough free space on the drive, or File too large for USB similar.) You need to change another file systems, like NTFS or exFAT. So why not choose a better way to transfer them? How about WebDAV?


What Is WebDAV?
WebDAV (Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning) is a set of extensions to the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), which allows user agents to collaboratively author contents directly in an HTTP web server by providing facilities for concurrency control and namespace operations, thus allowing Web to be viewed as a writeable, collaborative medium and not just a read-only medium.
In a word, you can upload and download resources using the WebDAV protocol, which allows you to transfer files and folders from your local computer to devices supporting WebDAV.

How to Use WebDAV on StationPC?
Station OS supports WebDAV protocol now. Enable WebDAV in just one click on StationPC and enter Server Address to connect your computer.
Relevant software should be installed in the operating systems. You can install WinSCP in Windows and FileZilla in Mac.

Step-by-Step Instructions
(All screenshots below are from WinSCP and Station P2)
1. Download and install WinSCP. Choose Install for all users
2. Read the License Agreement and click Accept
3. Setup Type >select Typical installation and click Next
4. Initial User Settings > select your favorite User interface style and click Next
5. Waiting for Installing and completing the WinSCP Setup Wizard

Configure WinSCP
Launch WinSCP, select WebDAV from File protocol, enter your device’s Server Address in Host name field and User name. Click Login.

The left side is your computer and the right side StationPC
Then you can transfer your files by dragging them to the other side.