Powerful file manager for rooted phones
Patchy version of the app
Many people rotate your phone. When the phone gets rooted, it gives more access to users. In this case, users can access and use root files that are not normally accessible to them. If you’ve also rooted your phone, we recommend using the Root Explorer application to manage your files.
- Access to system files
- Select multiple files simultaneously for different operations
- Compress and open Zip files
- View and open RAR files (Compression with RAR format is not possible due to the lack of permission from RARLab)
- Edit text files
- Run Scripts
- Search for files
- Change access to files
- View as list, detail list and icon
- Show hidden files
Root Explorer is an application for managing files inside the phone, which offers great features for users.
With this app on handhelds that have been rooted, you will have the ability to fully manage files. The software also supports zip files and allows you to extract compressed files. It is also possible to create zip files from various folders and files on the phone. This software also allows you to perform operations such as copy, paste, transfer, delete and more.
• Fixed problem when using MX Player to play streamed videos from SMB v2 shares.
Sorry about the quickfire updates but there were some SMB v2 issues that needed urgent attention. Hopefully this will be the last emergency update!
Versions 4.2- 4.2.2
• Support for SMB Version 2 is Android 5.0 and above.
• Fixed a problem with lost connection after streaming videos or music files using SMB v2.
• Fixed crash if permissions, owner or context change attempted on previously deleted file.