Just provides access to shares. Any good file manager does that. Claims you can mount shares. A mounted or mapped share appears like a drive or folder to the OS. Maybe Google devs should take networking 101 again.
Doesnt work at all claiming access errors, so cannot really appreciate. Other samba clients do work nicely so sounds like a app issue
Appreciate the support but not very practical right now. Doesn't show history of mount points which is a problem for devices where the manufacturer has completely hidden the "Downloads" folder from the app drawer.
If u manage to set it up properly it works like expected, but it is a struggle to make it work without documentation. Tested with TitaniumBackup and works fine!
i have an openvpn connection to my router, which has connected a hdd via usb. in solid explorer i can see the smb share, navigate, edit it, etc. with this app i cannot mount it no matter what. tried both smb://192.168.87.1/hdd and \\192.168.87.1\hdd and password. nothing works.
It... works, I guess? As far as I can tell it doesn't actually mount a share to the file system. Also it's missing the features of editing and un-"mounting" shares. Once you connect to a share it just stays in the list forever.