Not allowing to save files to microSD card Saving text files to SD card was the biggest feature I liked in OI Notepad. But it stopped working after the first or second run. I even installed OI File Manager but every time I try to save files to extSdCard it gives "Error while writing file". I have factory reset my phone three times since I used this app to get things back to normal but to no avail. Please address this issue. I desperately need an app that autosaves my notes to external microSD card so that I don't lose anything while factory reset.
Excellent App Out of all my 350+ apps, this one is my very favorite by far. I have tons of beautiful wallpapers from many sources downloaded. With this as my home screen, I can just sit & watch all the pretty wallpapers change every 15 seconds. This gives me a calm breather while I work with my other apps/tasks in between. I use a regular wallpaper for my lock screen, which I can set as wallpapers scroll by, (so it doesn't eat my battery). I found this with my Galaxy S Vibrant years ago. I'm glad to see it still works.
Easy to use, few permissions. Often crashes. Does most file management tasks, (including on external SD card), with small footprint and minimal permissions. Crashes every time Rename is attempted, and crashes randomly at other times. Often has graphic issues after long press to select. Not at all landscape friendly. I think abandoned by developers - no fixes for 2 years. Only keep now to create shortcuts to folders. Android 4.2.2
Exactly what I was looking for, small, simple, minimalistic. Does not require insane permissions and access to everything even things that are not related to storage and files. Not filled with annoying ads. You can Browse, cut, copy, paste, delete, rename, check details and/or view the file. I tried 10 different apps before I came by this one, all the big fancy names with millions of downloads and a lot of web articles. TWO THUMBS UP 👍👍
Claims non-empty directories are empty On Galaxy S 2 and Pixel, this app claims that the root directory / is empty. This is a lie; there are many files there, together forming an installation of Android. Looks like it needs an additional diagnostic: "You do not have permission to view the contents of this folder". Additionally, would be nice if it offered an option to use root to view/modify such directories, for those with rooted phones.
Finally a File Manager Without Network Access Needs The developers must think we're crazy to give a simple file manager network access. Well I guess it's to download ads that are generally obnoxious. This file manager doesn't need this. Yay! They get my download and full support. The ads steal your personal info, slow the machine down and give you generally annoying content. This file manager is fast and easy and doesn't need network or internet access and doesn't download crappy ads.. I give it an A+
Fix file opening
Add indicator for copy/cut and paste
Support for x86, mips devices.
New UI design with dark and light theme changeable via settings. Please use cut & paste for moving files.