There are quite a few ways to transfer files over home network. One of the easiest ways is to run a single python command in terminal.
Python contains a script that sets up simple http server. No need to install anything, and even no internet connection required.
1. Simply right-click on the folder that contains the files you want to transfer, then select ‘Open in Terminal‘
2. When terminal opens, run the single command:
python3 -m http.server
UPDATE: You can specify the listening port (e.g., 9900) if you get “Address already in use” error, by running command:
python3 -m http.server 9900
Now any device in the same network can access the http file server by going to (change 8000 if you specified another listening port):
In addition, you may run
python3 -m http.server & instead to start the http server in background, so the terminal window can be closed.
To check your IP address, go to Settings > Wi-Fi (or Network), click on the gear button after your connected network and check the IPv4 Address.