Message for support / Michal. Just noticed that i am unable to rename a file extension from .mp3 to .mp3L2 (I use this extension to indicate that the mp3 file is layer 2 and not the normal layer 3). I can rename fine using windows but it doesn't let me click ok when i type the fifth character. Please could this be fixed. Apart from that, I've been a long term user in this and it does the job just fine so thanks for all your efforts! :) Using the latest version 3.89.00 on LG G3 running android 5.0.
Essential This is first thing that I instal on any new Android environment. I donated two times already. For anyone with "Norton Commander - then - Total Commander" mindset, this prog is natural and essential. And latest addition, Bookmarks - perfect.
I won't say its the best, but it is top notch with a clean, clear, compact, quick design with Lots of good options, and extra features & tools. File actions can be done from a long-press menu. Multi-select is simple. Has quick scroll slide. ―― [me: KK-4.4 & LL-5.0.1]
Hi, Cat. I'm the guy who bought you a beer yesterday, mainly because I have four phones and a tablet and I expect to use your wifi X-plore feature often instead of emailing all the good bytes around. I tried it yesterday and it was magical. I usually roll with two phones with triple power batteries, one interfacing with the network while the other handles all the creative screen stuff through tethering. The result is that I only recharge every five days, and never feel pressed to turn off the screen or background apps. I'm a retired Unix/c guy so I think I may understand correctly, BUT just for my peace of mind, perhaps you could confirm that all that file swapping will not register on my network data billing. I was expecting that the data is actually never pushed out to the network because the IP address is known to be local in my little two man LAN network (maybe 5 man LAN soon since I just retired and this is fun stuff). That would make it viable to push movies around between my little friends without plugging in wires and computers, wasting time just preparing to synch the little machines. This is an incredible job you did, envisioning and realizing such a powerful and classy, and as I've come to expect over five Droid years, a completely professional indispensable time saver. We've come a long way from "Hello world". Gary
One of the best file managers out there. The dual screens make it particularly useful. It has a long list of functions. I find it comes into its own on a large tablet, much more than a smaller smartphone screen.
Why not give us the ability to choose which storage device gets displayed on the left and right panels? Other than that a solid file manager.
● New Video player
● Some fixes and improvements