Windows File Sharing may not be enabled, especially if you don't have other computers on your network or this is the first time you have tried to access shared folders over your network.
Use the following steps to enable it.
We recommend using password protected sharing, but if you want people with no username or password to be able to access your files (only those files marked for 'Everyone' access), then set password protected sharing to "off".
You should now see the window to the right.
Click the "Advanced Sharing..." button.
The window below should now appear. Tick "Share this folder" and then enter a Share Name that this folder will be known by on the network.
By default, the folder will be shared for read-only access for the user who creates the share. If you wish to change this security, click the "Permissions" button and choose the level of access that you require.
Tap the Scan icon at the bottom of the screen.
If you tap a machine you will be prompted for a Username and Password, and FileBrowser will connect.
If not connected or getting errors please try our Trouble Shooter.