Use the FrostWire stickers to signal others of a Wi-Fi file sharing zone.

Get Free FrostWire Stickers

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With FrostWire now Android phones, tablets and computers (PCs, Macs, Linux boxes) can share files on a Wi-Fi hotspot without setup, it’s very fast and no internet connection is necessary.

Place the stickers to signal others of a file sharing area nearby, A cafe, park, classroom, office or maybe even the last subway car on every line in your city?

Get your free stickers at http://www.frostwire.com/stickers

Mac OSX 10.8.1: FrostWire is “damaged”??? Not at all, just allow applications downloaded from everywhere.

Users that upgraded to Mac OSX 10.8 or who recently got a new Mac will probably get a nasty message that won’t let them run FrostWire.


If you see that dialog on your Mac, it’s an EVIL LIE. The App is not “damaged”, we’re not sure why Apple would lie in such a way to users instead of just letting them know that this app didn’t come from their “App Store”.

Basically the geniuses at Apple decided to impose a new setting to not let you run software that doesn’t come from their App Store (next thing we know we won’t be able to run software that doesn’t come from the App Store just like on iOS (iPhones/iPads) and people will have to jail break their desktop/laptops…*sigh*)

To solve the issue, on your mac, go to:

System Preferences > Security & Privacy

and tell your Mac to open apps downloaded from everywhere, like you’ve been doing for the last… well since Macs were macs.

Let’s hope Apple won’t start forcing every app out there to be inside their App Store and then impose draconian rules to enter the App Store, this will be the beginning of the end of Mac OSX if it happens, please let users run the software they’ve downloaded on their computers.

How to copy files from the Computer to Android (Phone/Tablet) #FrostWire #wifi

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Step 1. Make sure FrostWire is running on both your Android device and PC, and that all devices are connected to the same WiFi network.

You can get FrostWire for Android on Google Play or at FrostWire.com/android. FrostWire is absolutely free to download.

Step 2. On your computer Go to Library, under Devices you should see all the Android devices running FrostWire on the same WiFi network.

Step 3. Drag and drop files over the Android device you want to upload the files to.
Files may come from your file explorer or from the FrostWire library.

Step 4. Check your Android screen and accept the incoming transfer.

You’re done.

Can I hide my seeds?

So you are ok with seeding to help the BitTorrent network but you’re seeding way too much and it’s becoming hard to track which are your new downloads. Don’t worry, there’s a feature to hide all the transfers that are “Seeding” so that you only see the ongoing and recently finished ones.

Just right click on any of the transfers and select “Hide Seeding Transfers”