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[APP][2.0+] MiXplorer v5.3.8 Released (fully-featured file manager)

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19th April 2012, 03:55 PM |#671  
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yes you're right, thanks, I'll add it for the next version

Thanks for the great work! Your application is awesome
 
 
19th April 2012, 05:49 PM |#672  
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Hi @apooonet, great job on the excellent file explorer. Followed the link to this from the XDA Portal today... and wanted to try it out. I see in the OP that you have attached two different apks.


MiFileExplorer_v2.3.7.29_new_build.apk
MiFileExplorer_v2.3.7.29_build_2012041401.apk


Just wanted to ask you which one I should download (I mean which is the latest one)?

Thank you again for the excellent work you are continuing to do.
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Hi @apooonet, great job on the excellent file explorer. Followed the link to this from the XDA Portal today... and wanted to try it out. I see in the OP that you have attached two different apks.


MiFileExplorer_v2.3.7.29_new_build.apk
MiFileExplorer_v2.3.7.29_build_2012041401.apk


Just wanted to ask you which one I should download (I mean which is the latest one)?

Thank you again for the excellent work you are continuing to do.

the build number for 2012/04/14 and match to post title
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20th April 2012, 04:04 AM |#674  
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Apoonet, now you have big competence against Solid file explorer. That file explorer is very tight the UI is fantastic

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20th April 2012, 07:52 AM |#675  
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Apoonet, now you have big competence against Solid file explorer. That file explorer is very tight the UI is fantastic

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Which one?
The one for the guy who told me rude?
That's MIUI ICS theme
Just the tab and available space icon, need some minute to do that
But I don't make it because I've added settings button in tab
Maybe later

Are you my English teacher? (Banana example?)
Should I say "button in tab or on tab or into tab or on the tab"?

Edit: I'm educated and I can understand professional articles but my brain can't create a simple sentence


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20th April 2012, 04:09 PM |#676  
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Which one?
The one for the guy who told me rude?
That's MIUI ICS theme
Just the tab and available space icon, need some minute to do that
But I don't make it because I've added settings button in tab
Maybe later

Are you my English teacher? (Banana example?)
Should I say "button in tab or on tab or into tab or on the tab"?

Edit: I'm educated and I can understand professional articles but my brain can't create a simple sentence


Thanks for the post

No, there is a file explorer called "Solid Explorer," its on xda-developers http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1537189
Yes, I'm ur english teacher, what "teacher" nah, lol. Yes, it should be. I added a settings button on the top right corner tab, or something like that

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20th April 2012, 04:38 PM |#677  
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No, there is a file explorer called "Solid Explorer," its on xda-developers http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1537189
Yes, I'm ur english teacher, what "teacher" nah, lol. Yes, it should be. I added a settings button on the top right corner tab, or something like that

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yes, I checked that, nice
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Great work! One thing-Deleting multiple zips from folder leads to force close. Logcat of uncaught exception is attached.

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Great work! One thing-Deleting multiple zips from folder leads to force close. Logcat of uncaught exception is attached.

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yes, I know, I'm working on that,
thanks for the post
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@apooonet : I will suggest you to request any moderator to move this thread to "Android Apps and Games". There, more users can see, use and report problem so that you enhance the app more and more.
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Wink well it worked well when backed up through titanium bakup
earlier i was on wajkiui then i thot i shud try GGL so i backed up few system apps such as
Miui file explorer and camera and music nothing worked but surprisingly file explorer worked n doing awesome....

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