07-17-17 09:29 PM
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  1. coffee-turtle's Avatar
    X-plore File Manager
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...atgames.Xplore

    Supports customizable keyboard shortcuts for a large array of file managing options!

    Scroll using the left side of the keyboard and right side of the keyboard independently for content and menu on the same screen!

    Then there is all of this incredible goodness:

    Highlights:

    ● Dual-pane tree view
    ● Root, FTP, SMB, Sqlite, Zip, Rar, 7zip, DLNA/UPnP explorer
    ● Disk Map - see which files consume most space on your disk - xplore:disk_map [LCG Wiki]
    ● Cloud storage access: Google Drive™, Dropbox, Box, Amazon cloud drive, ОБЛАКО.mail.ru, Mega.co, OneDrive, Flickr, Webdav, Yandex.disk, MediaFire, IDrive, Owncloud, PCloud, SugarSync, Dump Truck, pCloud, Picasa
    ● SSH File Transfer (SFTP) and SSH Shell - xplore:ssh [LCG Wiki] ***
    ● Music player ***
    ● App manager
    ● USB OTG
    ● PDF viewer (on Android 5.0+)
    ● WiFi file sharing *** - xplore:wifi_share [LCG Wiki]
    ● Manage files from a PC web browser *** - xplore:in_web [LCG Wiki]
    ● Favorite folders
    ● Built-in viewers for images, audio, text
    ● Video player with subtitles ***
    ● Hex viewer
    ● Fast Image viewer with zoom and slide to previous/next images
    ● Thumbnails for images and video as well as for various file types (depending on associated application)
    ● Multi-selection - always available, yet not disturbing
    ● View APK files as ZIP
    ● Share - send files by Bluetooth, email, or whatever the device supports, from any location
    ● Configurable buttons and key shortcuts
    ● Seamless work with Zip (as if it was normal folder)
    ● Vault for encrypting sensitive files - xplore:vault [LCG Wiki] ***

    *** marked features are paid - they require donation

    X-plore allows you to see inside of your Android device. And also outside.

    This is a dual-pane explorer, there are two folders shown at same time, and common operation such as copying files are done from one pane to another.
    And X-plore shows folder hierarchy in a tree view for clear orientation and fast switching to other location.

    You may explore internals of the device, and if you're power user and have your device rooted, you can make changes to system data - backup files, remove unwanted applications, etc.

    If you're standard user, you may choose to hide internal memory from view and be sure not to mess with system.
    You can comfortably see contents of mass memories on your device, or possibly attached USB memory stick.

    Simple app manager allows to see, run, copy, share, uninstall and further explore installed applications.

    WiFi file sharing
    Access files on your Android device from other Android devices over WiFi.

    Access from a PC web browser
    Manage files on your Android device from your PC.

    Access to FTP and FTPS (secure FTP) servers is supported.
    Multiple servers may be configured.

    X-plore can display shared folders on other computers in LAN.

    X-plore can access various web storage "Cloud" servers, and access their files.
    You need to have account in supported web service, then you can access your files stored online through X-plore.

    Supported is also SSH File Transfer (SFTP) and Terminal shell emulator.

    X-plore contains music player that can play music tracks from any available location.

    With Vault function, you can encrypt sensitive files, even by your fingerprint.

    Main operations are related to managing files and folders - viewing, copying, moving, deleting, compressing to Zip, extracting, renaming, sharing, and more.

    SQLite database viewer
    X-plore can show SQLite database files (those with .db extension) as expandable list of tables, each table containing list of rows and columns with database entries.

    Main interaction is done by touch screen, clicking on folders or files to open files, or long-click to open context menu which contains options which can be done on particular clicked item, or multiple selected items.
    Multi-selection allows to do operation on more files at once.

    Opening file may mean to use one of built-in viewer for most popular file types: images, audio, video and text.
    Or you may configure X-plore to use system application for opening files, in which case system-predefined application that can open particular file is launched.

    Archives (currently supported are Zip, Rar and 7zip) are displayed as other folders.
    07-13-17 10:49 AM
  2. only5t's Avatar
    Thank you for share
    coffee-turtle likes this.
    07-13-17 11:09 AM
  3. bakron1's Avatar
    Excellent information and thanks for sharing.
    coffee-turtle likes this.
    07-13-17 11:11 AM
  4. Rico4you's Avatar
    Fully agree! was using Asus..installed Solid and in 5 min use bought the PRO version! Excellent! hands down!
    07-13-17 12:20 PM
  5. slagman5's Avatar
    Fully agree! was using Asus..installed Solid and in 5 min use bought the PRO version! Excellent! hands down!
    Wait, did you just say you agreed, then recommended a different file explorer?
    07-13-17 12:57 PM
  6. Rico4you's Avatar
    I thought we were talking about Solid Explorer! There was another thread on this!
    Ok have not tried Xplorer ..but yes tried Asus, Solid. Both good. Now Xplorer sounds good also! Now clear. Confusion it's really Hot here over 40celsius !
    BigBadWulf likes this.
    07-13-17 01:05 PM
  7. slagman5's Avatar
    I thought we were talking about Solid Explorer! There was another thread on this!
    Ok have not tried Xplorer ..but yes tried Asus, Solid. Both good. Now Xplorer sounds good also! Now clear. Confusion it's really Hot here over 40celsius !
    Make sure you're not suffering from heat exhaustion! lol.
    BigBadWulf likes this.
    07-13-17 01:08 PM
  8. moocan's Avatar
    Hello,

    MIXplorer on xda-dev forum.
    Features and Screen: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1523691

    Awesome, without ads.

    Kr,
    Moo
    07-13-17 01:39 PM
  9. cellphonejunkey's Avatar
    I've installed Asus file manager and its pretty comprehensive, and easy to use
    07-13-17 01:51 PM
  10. Barbareren's Avatar
    Nice ad. Personally I don't need half of those features and I'm perfectly fine using the completely free and lightweight File Manager +
    07-13-17 02:13 PM
  11. coffee-turtle's Avatar
    Thanks everyone! Glad to help.

    Hello,

    MIXplorer on xda-dev forum.
    Features and Screen: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1523691

    Awesome, without ads.

    Kr,
    Moo
    https://forums.crackberry.com/showth...1#post12959481
    https://forums.crackberry.com/showth...1#post12959510

    I only use MiXplorer on my other Android devices. And I'm sure the others are all very good too. But this thread is kind of about the KeyOne and a File Explorer that actually makes use of the physical keyboard.

    There is another File Manager that makes use of the physical keyboard (https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...e.keyboardfile) but it is still in early development.

    Lastly, this is all subjective and just my opinion. But I wanted to put it out there if others might be interested.
    BigBadWulf likes this.
    07-13-17 03:22 PM
  12. joker333's Avatar
    Awesome, without ads.
    If smth is free and without ads, then this is suspicious, how do they make money?
    07-14-17 10:19 AM
  13. Barbareren's Avatar
    If smth is free and without ads, then this is suspicious, how do they make money?
    Could be open source or just contributing to the community in one's spare time. Not everyone is filled with greed, just saying.
    07-14-17 12:19 PM
  14. bjones7134's Avatar
    I've installed Asus file manager and its pretty comprehensive, and easy to use
    I use this one also. 1 of a few that works with transferring files to and from my WD My Cloud Drive without errors.
    07-14-17 03:29 PM
  15. brookie229's Avatar
    I use this one also. 1 of a few that works with transferring files to and from my WD My Cloud Drive without errors.
    Do you find that the Asus file manager works better than the WD My Cloud app? Sorry for the small thread de-rail folks!
    07-14-17 04:04 PM
  16. bjones7134's Avatar
    Yes, if you want to be able to use it with more than just that. ES File Explorer did not work for me either.
    07-14-17 04:11 PM
  17. Nels's Avatar
    which is best for OTG with a KEYone
    07-16-17 08:49 AM
  18. moocan's Avatar
    Thanks everyone! Glad to help.


    https://forums.crackberry.com/showth...1#post12959481
    https://forums.crackberry.com/showth...1#post12959510

    I only use MiXplorer on my other Android devices. And I'm sure the others are all very good too. But this thread is kind of about the KeyOne and a File Explorer that actually makes use of the physical keyboard.

    There is another File Manager that makes use of the physical keyboard (https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...e.keyboardfile) but it is still in early development.

    Lastly, this is all subjective and just my opinion. But I wanted to put it out there if others might be interested.
    Hello,

    Physical keyboard works so good with MiXplorer.
    I used it on PRIV and KEYone.

    Kr,
    Moo
    07-17-17 04:34 AM
  19. coffee-turtle's Avatar
    Hello,

    Physical keyboard works so good with MiXplorer.
    I used it on PRIV and KEYone.

    Kr,
    Moo
    Are you saying the MiXplorer supports programmable keyboard shortcut keys?
    07-17-17 05:46 AM
  20. coffee-turtle's Avatar
    which is best for OTG with a KEYone
    Interesting!
    Start a new thread for that one, Nels.
    07-17-17 05:48 AM
  21. The_Passporter's Avatar
    Thought I was the only one that thought this was the best file manager. I kept mentioning it in the other thread with no fan-fair lol.

    Thanks for so well and with such detail.
    coffee-turtle likes this.
    07-17-17 06:47 AM
  22. slagman5's Avatar
    Could be open source or just contributing to the community in one's spare time. Not everyone is filled with greed, just saying.
    Making a living is greed now? Lol
    07-17-17 06:54 AM
  23. Barbareren's Avatar
    Making a living is greed now? Lol
    Eh, lol? Out of all the app developers out there, just how many do you think are actually fortunate enough to do it for a living? Lol. For most people it's a hobby/spare-time/community thing. Sure, they are happy for a few bucks for their work, but stop pretending most people actually do this for a living.
    joker333 likes this.
    07-17-17 02:37 PM
  24. TalkingPie's Avatar
    I use FileExplorer and Solid Explorer... Testing. like both
    07-17-17 06:59 PM
  25. bartio06's Avatar
    I've been using ES Explorer Pro for years. Might have to try this out. Physical kb shortcuts are nice.
    07-17-17 07:09 PM
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