AndSMB (samba client)

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3.1
5.29K reviews
1M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

AndSMB is a SMB (Samba/CIFS) client for Android devices. It allows connecting to shared folders hosted on Windows or Samba servers over Wifi/3G/4G. It allows managing several connections with authentication. It comes with both a device file browser and a SMB file browser. It provides download and upload support for files and folders. It can synchronize folders. You can rename, delete, get file details, create folders open local and remote files. It comes with share feature for gallery. WINS server, LMHOSTS and broadcast address options are available for name resolution. Browse and transfer intents are available for third party applications. Root access is not needed.
Updated on
Apr 15, 2020

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3.1
5.29K reviews
A Google user
November 20, 2018
After Android update J727VVRS2BRK1 on Nov 20, 2018 this app crashes when accessing folders on the SD card. Remote access seems to work. Since I store all my photos on the SD card, that makes the app useless to me for uploading photos. I rebooted the phone, reinstalled AndSmb, all to no avail. Phone is Samsung SM-J727V, Android 8.1.0.
28 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
October 21, 2018
Was hoping this would be low impact alternative to the now bloated es file explorer but this was unable to resolve smb device name and when given the static ip number the app promptly crashed when attempting to initially load the shared public folder. Guess there is no point keeping it as there seems to have been no dev activity this year to resolve these bugs.
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A Google user
November 23, 2019
I've been using this app for some years on various Android phones and found it does exactly what I want it to do other than directly open files (they always download). I'm now also use it on my Chromebook because that machine's native SMB support won't connect to one of my shares for some reason.
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What's new

Android 9+ requirements.
Background sync updated/fixed.
Streaming bug fixed.
Minor UI bugs fixed.