It's something a majority of iPhone users wish they could do with their Macs without having to jailbreak their phone. Luckily -- for those small sampling of Android users that refuse to go the way of the PC -- there's a way to do this cheaply and efficiently.
Don't feel like carting a microUSB cable with you everywhere? We don't blame you. Here's a quick look at how to wirelessly access your files on your Android phone without plugging in a cord.
We're fans of wireless anything. After AirPlay debuted, we were doing anything we could to use it for whatever applications were compatible. But the native 720p resolution streaming cap is a little irking, especially for media hoarders. Enthusiasts Eric Govoruhk and Kelly McAteer solved this issued by figuring out a way to stream full HD 1080p video mirroring for the iPad 2 by using a wireless HDMI transmitter and USB battery pack. It's pretty awesome, and seeing it put to use is even more so. Check out the video after the cut.