Sunday, January 8, 2012
X-plore file manager for android
X-plore file manager 2.20 for android
Requires Android: 2.1 to up
Database Viewer (*. db files)
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X-plore is a file explorer with a dual pane tree view, LAN and root access.
* Dual pane tree view
* Access root (embedded devices), and also changes to the file read-only
* LAN (SMB / Samba)
* SQLite Database Explorer (file with extension. Db)
* The direct cooperation with Zip (as if it were normal folders)
* Go to (folders, zip) displayed in the root
* Basic information about media images, video and audio files
* Built-in image viewer, video, audio, text
* Hex viewer
* Image viewer with fast zoom and move the images next / previous folder
* Thumbnails for images and video, and for different types of files (depending on the associated application)
* Ability to use standard operator clear
* Multi-selection – always available, but not annoying
* Search for files in the folder (or zip in the search results)
* View APK files such as ZIP
* Share – files via Bluetooth, email, or whatever the device supports
* Configurable keys and keyboard shortcuts
X-plore that allows you to see inside your Android phone or tablet.
This is a dual pane explorer, so that there are two folders at the same time shown, and the joint operation, such as copying files from one window to another half finished.
And X-plore shows the hierarchy of folders in a tree view. This provides a clear direction of where the file system that you are in, and quickly change to another place.
Currently selected folders and files will be emphasized, while the other folders / files are slighly darker background.
You can explore the internal structure of the device, and if you’re a power user and the device is rooted, you can make changes to system data – backup files, removing applications, etc.
If you’re a standard user, you can hide the internal memory and be sure not to mess with the system.
One can easily see the content of external memory, either integrated into the memory card adapter with high capacity external storage, USB stick or maybe on the tablet. All of these memory types are listed in the top level, it is not their folders on the device search.
Where it makes sense to try X-plore, more to tell the file. This means, showing thumbnails of images and video and display basic information about the music media.
X-plore can view shared folders on other computers (local area network) LAN.
The system provides access to shared folders on computers with LAN or remote server if it supports the SMB protocol.
X-plore can edit and search for available servers, and save the settings or manually add the servers.
Display, copy, move, delete, compress, zip, extract, rename, share, and much more – the main operations for manipulating files and folders together.
SQLite Database Viewer
X-plore can view the SQLite database file (with. extension Db) as an extensive list of tables, each table with a list of rows and columns of the database entries.
Main interaction done by touch screen, click on folders or files, long file or context menu, click Options, click the specific item or more selected elements can be done to open includes open.
Multi-selection allows you to do the operation on multiple files simultaneously. Files can be activated by clicking. E ‘can also delete all files in a folder or selection by activating the root folder.
Open the file can mean using a built-in viewer for most common file types: images, audio, video and text.
Or you can configure the system for X-plore application to open the file using, in this case, the default file system-specific applications can be opened and started.
Archive (zip and rar currently supported) are shown as other folders. Open, you can find content and make routine tasks that had to do about the files – delete, rename, copy from / to, etc.
Further interaction occurs through the button bar, which is possible between two discs, and is fully configurable. You can set the key operations you want here, and change the order.