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10 Best Android File Managers

10 Best Android File Managers
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10 Best Android File Managers

A big difference between Android and iOS is that Android allows every user the freedom to access their device's file system. File transfers between a computer and smartphone or tablet are as simple as plugging in a USB cable and firing up your desktop file manager. But what do you use when you need to manage your files on the go? Enter the Android file manager, a vital piece of software that, oddly enough, isn't even included as standard on some phones or tablets. Check out our list of the 10 best Android file managers.

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    Parsian , August 21, 2013 5:00 AM
    Ive been using both ASTRO and X-plore file managers on my Galaxy Nexus. I like both of them however, ASTRO suites me more these as I download a lot of documents for viewing and ASTRO provides 'Recent' files option which provides quick access to recent files. But If you are into moving files around, X-plore is nicer as it provides side by side view
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    digiex , August 21, 2013 6:06 AM
    File transfer using wifi is very very slow on ES explorer, so I am using Total Commander where wifi file transfer is much faster, very useful when transferring large files like movie via wifi, very useful also when transferring files between the internal SD and external SD because of its dual pane, even on an small screen smartphone.
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    IamWayne , August 21, 2013 5:55 PM
    You didn't even mention the best file manager. How about Solid Explorer? It's a lot better than any of the file managers that you listed.
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    IamWayne , August 21, 2013 6:01 PM
    You didn't even mention the best file manager. How about Solid Explorer? It's a lot better than any of the file managers that you listed.
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    Qainsdoaly , November 7, 2013 10:01 PM
    What this Android app does is allows me to back up text messages using my phone (either manually or automatically) to my Gmail account. At the end of this article, I will go over a few user cases that I personally have found useful that you may not think of right out of the box.

    and other solution is try some Android app like: iStonsoft Android File Manager, Vibosoft Android Mobile Manager,

    Coolmuster Android Assistant and more...

    iStonsoft Android File Manager,
    http://www.istonsoft.com/android-file-manager.html

    Vibosoft Android Mobile Manager
    http://www.vibosoft.com/android-mobile-manager.html

    Coolmuster Android Assistant
    http://www.coolmuster.com/android-assistant.html

    and more...
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