December 29th, 2011, 07:55 AM
Join Date: Sep 2010
Device(s): Droid 2, Droid Charge
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I found this, and I am Quoting.
"I believe many of the free file manages such as ES File Explorer and Astro File Manager (both free in the market) have built in text file editing capabilities." In this thread.
ISO - Native TXT Editor
in post 2.
I have Astro with the network plug in set up. So I created an RTF file on the computer and saved it. Then I went into Astro, Network, found the file on my computer, copied it, and pasted it into the root of my SD card. Then I opened it and added some text to it, saved it. Then I copied it from the SD card, opened up Network again and pasted it back into my Documents Folder on the computer.
Here is the result.
"This is a test of the one m c from the bridge. I am creating an rtf file to see if it can be edited on the phone of android orgin. Now writing text into file from the phone. Will xfer back to computer and see if it still .rtf. "
Not very practical or convenient, but I could find no other way. You want to learn how to do this let me know.