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Discussion in 'Android Apps & Games' started by qu1nn, Jun 15, 2010.

  1. qu1nn

    qu1nn Member
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    I used to use resco file explorer for window. Is there anything comparable in Android?

    Thanks for your time
    Qu1mm
     

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  2. kayst

    kayst Well-Known Member
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    Astro works nicely and is free.
     
  3. Harry2

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    Estrongs File Explorer does it, too.

    Harry
     
  4. qu1nn

    qu1nn Member
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    oh, maybe I wasn't clear....

    What application can I use to ENCRYPT and DECRYPT files & folders that reside on the SD card? (that used to be one of the functions that resco file explorer could do)


    Thanks for your time
    qu1nn
     
  5. qu1nn

    qu1nn Member
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    anyone?
     
  6. Harry2

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    Black Forest
    - My Stash
    - APG
    - Walkie Vault

    Harry

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  7. lobug

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    Walkie-Vault has been removed from the market...? Why...?
     
  8. qu1nn

    qu1nn Member
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    I dont have the capabilities of encrypting folders, but I like APG (based on open source project). The author is quite responsive as well.



    qu1nn
     
  9. lobug

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    No more Walkie-Vault?
     
  10. TambourineMan

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    You can get Walkie Vault from their website. Anyone know why it was removed from the market? It is the closest thing I have found to True Crypt.
     

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