Well, don't panic for it now, because we have the solution for it with a Android apps known as Wyse PocketCloud Remote, you can simply “dial” in to your home computer, from your Android phone or tablet, and send the file as an attachment.
It works with Windows – via Remote Desktop – and also on Mac and Linux machines that have a VNC-based server installed. It might sound like mumbo jumbo, but if you’ve ever needed to get files off a computer, or access one remotely, it can be a lifesaver.
Wyse PocketCloud RemoteFORMAT: Android
WHERE TO GET IT : Google Play
Of course, the biggest problem with an remote desktop app is that you need the target machine to be turned on. There are some technologically advanced ways of doing this, but it’s a lot easier if you leave your machine on. We do this, because our desktop PC acts as a media server in the evenings and is in use as a business computer for most of the day.
What Wyse PocketCloud does, is allow you to access any Windows Vista or 7 machine that has the RDP server available. The bad news is, this only applies to Windows 7 Ultimate and some of the business versions of the OS. If you don’t have RDP built-in, then there are VNC servers available that work nearly as well.