Frequently Asked Questions

What is LiberDrop?

LiberDrop is a service that allows you to easily transfer files to other devices.

How do I use LiberDrop?

Select the file or folder you want to transfer on the LiberDrop website or app, and then enter the 6-digit number generated by the receiving device to download the file.

What devices can I use LiberDrop on?

LiberDrop can be installed and used on mobile devices or desktops, or used directly on the website without installation.

Do I need to install the LiberDrop app?

No, you can use LiberDrop without installing the app. However, using the app allows you to send the folder structure as it is and maintain the original time of the files. Also, generally, the app has a faster transfer speed than the web.

Can I use LiberDrop as a command-line interface (CLI)?

Yes, try 'liberdrop -h' in your desktop terminal for more details.

What hardware or environment is required to use LiberDrop?

To use LiberDrop, you need to be connected to the internet via Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or mobile network.

What is the maximum file size that can be sent?

While LiberDrop itself has no inherent limitations, there may be restrictions based on the storage capacity and network environment of the device being used.

Are files stored on LiberDrop servers?

No, the LiberDrop server only facilitates the connection between the two devices via a 6-digit code, and does not store any information on the server, including file lists and contents.

Can I temporarily store files on LiberDrop servers and download them later?

No, LiberDrop does not store files on its servers, so this feature is not available. If you need this feature, we recommend Samsung's Dropship service, which is similar to LiberDrop but stores files on servers. (