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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sourcecode, Jul 16, 2011.

  1. sourcecode

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    Just had a quick question:

    Ok so far from this forum I've rooted using one click method... then I've also installed the custom recovery and overclocked my optimus...thank you all for your informative posts..really thank you all...with this I've decided to keep my two month old optimus longer cause of it all...

    Just had a quick question.

    Is there a file manager that everyone uses to manage the files on the sd card and the phone with a pc? I was looking for something simple as file management in windows. If not not a big deal if not I was just wondering if it exists or not.

    Again thanks to everyone who posts this stuff. And pre thanks to everyone who has helped me out whether u realize it or not!!
     

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  2. darryim

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    theres root exploter and dropbox
     
  3. jabbawest

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    The best, and free for now, file manager is EsFile Explorer, period.
    http://androidforums.com/optimus-m-all-things-root/366481-esfile-explorer-gives-root.html
    It has everything you need, except it won't allow you to change file permissions but I believe that'll be the next feature added.
     
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    If ES File Explorer could allow root read/write permission change I'd switch from Root Explorer in a jiffy
     
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