OI File Manager

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About this app

OI File Manager allows you to browse your SD card, create directories, rename, copy, move, and delete files. It also acts as an extension to other applications to display "Open" and "Save" dialogs.

This application is ad free and does not require the internet permission.

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* Show list of files with thumbnails for images.
* Move, copy, rename, and delete files.
* Create and delete directories (folders).
* Send files by email.
* Acts as an extension to other applications, like GMail, to attach files.
* Support for many file endings and mime types.
* Supports PICK_FILE and PICK_DIRECTORY intents so that other applications can use OI File Manager.
Updated on
Nov 22, 2019

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Ratings and reviews

50.7K reviews
Daniel Cahalan
August 26, 2023
5 stars cuz I've been using this forever. However, there is one thing I'm curious about? I can't seem to get the app to create a shortcut of/to a folder, anywhere really. I do it and it just flickers out back to a non-selected state. I look around, check the home screen, flip around to all screens, and even check around in the folders themselves. Nothing seems to happen. Any ideas? Thx!
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J Nelson
December 2, 2021
8/30/2016: It's easy to use for accessing and managing files using a folder system. 12/2/2021: My new phone runs Android 11 and the app won't show files nor provide access to the SD card. I've installed Google Files to use on the new phone until I find a better option or until this app is made compatible. I'll still use the app for my old 3g phone (Android 8) which I use as a wifi device.
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A Google user
November 23, 2019
This app was very user friendly until the 11/21/2019 update, which introduced a second Android menu (right corner dots) which has made this app very difficult to use. Selecting multiple files at once is very difficult. The long press action does not highlight the file name anymore even though it is selected and the screen shifts down, therefore making it very easy to deselect what you just selected.
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What's new

- minor bug fixes
- better support for newer Android versions
- improve handling of deleted files
- updated preferences