Since Hex Editor is quite a versatile tool it is not possible to describe all variants of its` use. Use your fantasy;-)
This is AdFree version of Hex Editor.
Please note that this application has been thought of, programmed, developed, designed (and so on) by one single, 19 year old student.
Be so fair not to give 1-star rating because you encounter bugs, spelling mistakes or don't understand what this app is for.
If you got any suggestions, bug-reports or anything else, I'd be happy to receive a message from you.
Hex Pirate is a lightweight, easy-to-use Hex-, Binary-, Octal- & ASCII-Reader (Editing functions coming soon) for Android.
- No root required
- Open files from your device or SD-card
- Display the data as hexadecimal, binary, octal or ASCII-representation
- 2 data-representations are display simultaneously
- check the MD5-Hash & file-size
- performance-tweaks (currently WIP)
- decimal, different unicode-formats etc.
- hex comparison-feature
See Menu -> Help.
Big screen should have worked now. At lease will not FC.
However I don't have an actual unit, please email me
screenshots if there is any error.
63-bit capability. Calculator functions AND, OR, XOR, NOT and Shift included. Copy and paste to clipboard.
It is designed for the buttons to be pressed on the screen - doesn't work with a keyboard (no plans to support hardware keyboard; please use the buttons on the screen).
Requires Android 1.6 and above. Full functionality both portrait and landscape on large screen tablet devices.
Some functions may be added on request - feel free to email me with comments or suggestions (ASCII support is under consideration). Thanks for the feedback so far.
Currently supported: Hexadecimal, Decimal, Binary and Octal. You can copy each result easily to the clipboard. It has a very low file size, no special rights needed and no ads :)
This app already was released in 2010 and had over 10.000 downloads :)
I lost my private key and was not able to update the old version (actually never thought this would be necessary), but I wanted to update this small app to the nice holo design. So I unpublished the old version and simply uploaded as new app and here it is.. :)
Has built-in file viewer and editor and view files of any size.
two panel interface;
basic file operation like editing, copying and renaming;
searching files and directories;
viewing files and directories;
viewing large file;
searching inside files;
extracting/viewing existed archives or creating new;
integration with cloud storages;
and many other actions.
Far On Droid file manager is inspired by these old school file managers like FAR Manager or Midnight Commander.
Now you can easily switch between any radix type. Just open the app and select the type you want.
The app lets you convert between all the radix type such as decimal, hexadecimal, binary, and octal.
-Save and Export
-Undo, Redo and more
If you have any issues please provide feedback using the options menu or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
I suggest these two free products that can also be gotten from Android Market:
- Total Commander
- Jota Text Editor
Xmit lets you display the contents of transmitted sequential and PDS/E datatsets. The data can be viewed in binary or EBCDIC mode, alternatively you can request a hex-dump of the data.
PLEASE NOTE: If you feel like 1 staring this then email me (in app) first. I can fix all app related problems but no council related ones I can't fix problems based solely on a 1 star and a comment that the app doesn't work. The app may break for reasons out of my control but this can be fixed. If you email me you might also be helping other users in your area. Of course after that if you still are unhappy then by all means 1 star the app.
For now just Tameside, Stockport, Salford, Bury, Warrington, Manchester, Oldham, Bolton, Liverpool, Blackburn and Darwen, East Riding, Gateshead, Sheffield, Newcastle, Cardiff, Exeter, Wigan, Bristol, Rotherham, Sandwell, Cornwall, Preston, Kirklees, Derby, Charnwood, East Cheshire, Fylde, Great Yarmouth, Haringey, High Peak, Hull, Leeds, Lichfield, Northumberland, Peterborough, South Derbyshire, South Ribble, Telford and Wrekin, Tonbridge and Malling, Wakefield, West Lancashire, Shropshire, Walsall and Wiltshire. More will be added later.
It will also produce the ASCII value of any input and contains an ASCII reference chart.
In order to copy a result, just tap on it.
It handles numbers up to a signed positive Java Long.
Note that negative numbers are treated as positive.
Please email me with any bugs/problems/feature requests. I cannot reply to market comments which can make debugging difficult.
****UPDATE COMING SOON****
The new update will cover the following issue/s.
- Font sizes for larger screens to be fixed
If you do have the following issue please be patient as it will soon be resolved.
A programmer’s calculator that converts input to and from HEXADECIMAL, BINARY and DECIMAL.
It uses Bit-wise functions such as AND, OR, SHIFT RIGHT and SHIFT LEFT.
All this compiled into a sleek and easy to use interface.
Designed and focused on simplicity, immediacy and easy of use ... change base simply swiping from keyboard pad to the next.
Useful for programmer and developper.
Can also be used as a simple calculator for operations on integers.
Simpler, more immediate and faster than any other converter base present on the store.
Free of charge and without any form of advertising.
This widget is in beta status. If you should have questions, problems or improvement proposals don't hesitate to contact me: email@example.com
This is a widget and not an application, therefore you will not find it in your application list after installation. You have to add the widget to your home screen.
How to add a widget:
1. On your Android home screen, tap any blank or “empty” area with size 4x1 and hold down your finger.
2. An “Add to Home screen” window will pop up. From that window, tap “Widgets”.
3. Select the "Mars Clock Widget” from the list to add to your home screen by tapping it.
How to add a widget for Android version 4.0 and later:
1. Touch the All Apps icon on your Home screen (white circle with 6 squares).
2. Touch “Widgets” at the top of the screen.
3. From the main Widgets screen, you can swipe left until you find “Mars Clock Widget”
4. Touch and hold the widgets icon, slide your finger where you want to place it, and lift your finger.
Über ein Widget kann der nächste Dienst angezeigt werden.
Über ein Widget kann der nächste Dienst angezeigt werden.