File Manager

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  1. sugee

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    looking for an easy to use file manager
    any opinions on X-plore File Manager
    thanks :confused:
     
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    Not familiar with X-plore File Manager, but I use Astro file manager and FX file manager.

    I particularly like the SMB add-on for Astro, as it allows me to browse, move, copy and delete files on any of the Windows computers in my home network.
     
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    Try es file exlorer
     
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    I use Solid Explorer.. Check it out..
     
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    +1 for Astro. I don't use it a lot, but it's always very handy when I do. I've used it since my rooting/rom days and can't seem to bring myself to use any other one.
     
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    Root explorer, astro or es explorer. They all do the same.
     
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    thanks all I'll give them a try
     
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    I liked ES until they added all the BS bloat to it.

    Sent from my DROID Turbo using Tapatalk. Now powered by Android 5.1.1 and CyanogenMod 12.1, as well as the Google Apps Infrastructure
     
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    I also used it but jts just not the same
     
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    Yeah. Any more, I just use the file manager that comes stock in CyanogenMod. It's more than sufficient, for my needs.

    Sent from my DROID Turbo using Tapatalk. Now powered by Android 5.1.1 and CyanogenMod 12.1, as well as the Google Apps Infrastructure
     
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    Disagree re: ES File Explorer. I think they added some GREAT features. The junk cleaner? Awesome and they added it without increasing the size of the app at all. I've used it like once, but it's cool. As that splash screen really is the only other thing that got added (which has the junk tool and a NICE SD card tool). And if you don't want any of that one click gets you past it.
    It's still quality.
     
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