The best droid file manager

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  1. CBLJazz

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    The best droid file manager- not ASTRO

    ASTRO stopped working well on my phone which sent me on a search for a better file manager.
    I found it.

    LINDA FILE MANAGER is amazing.
    Check out out.
     
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    I like androzip but the trial period ends in june. I'll check out linda, thanks.
     
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    I have used Estrong's since my G1 days, and it has never let me down.
     
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    In addition to Astro, I'm using OI file manager. It works well with Docs To Go and Dropbox.
     
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    I like Root Explorer, but it does cost money. For a free one Astro still works pretty well for me. I did try Linda file manager and it worked good too. But all in all I still ultimately prefer Root Explorer.
     
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    Another vote for EStrong. Solid app!
     
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    I tried Estrongs and Astro. Both autostart on boot. HATE THAT. Not sure if they still do.

    EDIT: Estrongs doesn't run on start. Maybe it did at one time. Maybe I was just wrong. On the other hand, I'm sure that after a recent update Astro autoran. Apparently it does not anymore. Thank you.
     
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    Root explorer. ive tried many but this one is lightweight and works great
     
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    I use Root Explorer when I need it, ASTRO all other times. I much prefer ASTRO.
     
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    If they did they must of changed it bc I don't see estrong running at boot.
     
  11. aminaked

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    Thank you for the correction. I don't know if it did at one time or if I'm just plain wrong.

    As far as Astro, it definitely autoran after a recent update and I uninstalled, but don't hold me to it--maybe it doesn't do that anymore.

    EDIT: Apparently Astro doesn't autostart anymore either. Thank you!
     
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    I use Astro and just tested it does not auto start with my phone. Has not locked up or given me any trouble yet.
     
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    I prefer andExplorer.

    -Mike
     
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    I use Astro. At former times I used andExplorer. What exactly do you mean that Astro stopped working? I know it forces you to update when there's a new version...
     
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