If you happen to have an old Android phone sitting around collecting dust, XDA TV shows off one potentially cool use for it: a completely portable web server you can store and serve up data from no matter where you are.

The web server uses a standard Linux package and just a few different Android apps: BotBrew Basil , VNC Server , and QuickSSHD . The installation process is pretty simple and once your sever is running you have a fully portable web server that you can dish out content privately or publicly with.

It probably can’t handle a ton of traffic, but we’re interested in hearing some of the uses you come up with in the comments.

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Use Your Phone as a Full Fledged Web Server [Video]