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About this app

[Introducing My Files]
"My Files" manages all the files on your smartphone, just like a file explorer on your computer.
You can also manage files stored on SD cards, USB drives and files in the cloud storage connected with your smartphone at the same time.
Download and experience "My Files" now.

[New features in My Files]
1. Free up storage space easily by tapping the "Storage Analysis" button on the main screen.
2. You can hide any unused storage space from the main screen via the "Edit My Files home".
3. You can view long file names without ellipses using the "Listview" button.

[Key features]
- Browse and manage files stored on your smartphone, SD card, or USB drive conveniently.
.Users can create folders; move, copy, share, compress, and decompress files; and view file details.

- Try our user-friendly features.
.The Recent Files list: Files the user has downloaded, run, and/or opened
.The Categories list: Types of files, including downloaded, document, image, audio, video, and installation files (.APK)
.Folder and file shortcuts: Show on the device home screen and the My Files main screen
.Provides a function used to analyze and free up storage space.

- Enjoy our convenient Cloud services.
.Google Drive

※ Supported features may be different depending on models.

The following permissions are required for the app service.

[Required permissions]
-Storage: Used to open, delete, edit, search files and folders on internal / external memory
Updated on
Aug 24, 2022

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385K reviews
November 12, 2022
The new version of Samsung "My Files" sucks. There are two main problems. Whenever you download a new file, e.g., a PDF file, it goes to both the Downloads and Documents folders. To make matters worse, if you delete it from the Downloads folder, it automatically also deletes it from the Documents folder. What idiot thought that was a good idea? Most users want to store documents permanently in Documents, but not in Downloads. Plus Samsung completely ruined the "Move" function for files.
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A Google user
November 7, 2019
Poor app. Every time I open, it keeps begging for permission to access and sync, create and delete files on Google Drive. I dont want to sync anything in the folder. It doesn't appear that there is a way to turn this annoying feature off. So every time I click on anything, I get the nag screen asking for permission. I didnt pay $1000 for a phone that doesn't allow me to thrn off features to avoid constant annoying nag screens. It's why I no longer use the Samsung apps. Tired of nagging.
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A Google user
February 29, 2020
Up until recently this has been my all time favorite file manager, I've been able to code, script, alter files, organize; you name it. Everything is easily able to be done. But recently the ability to select a choice of options when holding down on a item, has had no effect. Nothing appears when I hold my finger down to either look at the details or edit an item. It simply shows it's selected but denies the option to let me alter it. Please fix this bug, as it's very annoying to see.
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What's new

- When searching the internal storage, you can immediately add or delete Favorites while checking the folder route.
- When compressing files, you can strengthen the security by entering a password. Compressed files with passwords can also be unzipped.
- “Analyze storage” now shows you how much storage is being used by file type on OneDrive/Google Drive.