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Default Solid Explorer Beta

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get it here:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...solid.explorer

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1537189
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Sick with the dark theme...



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It has trouble accessing non /system root required folders, but it looks like this is an issue related to ics. Keep in mind its still a beta
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It has trouble accessing non /system root required folders, but it looks like this is an issue related to ics. Keep in mind its still a beta
bump. root access is now working make sure you have busybox installed in /system/xbin
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nice catch...ill post this in his thread and see whats up...is everything else (root) working ok for you?
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nice catch...ill post this in his thread and see whats up...is everything else (root) working ok for you?
Actually, I haven't been able to find where to change permissions or where to change from r/o to r/w... But I haven't checked the thread or tutorial really because it hasn't been a big deal yet.

I noticed this because I just flashed newer leak and was going to kill the cap key lights

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Actually, I haven't been able to find where to change permissions or where to change from r/o to r/w... But I haven't checked the thread or tutorial really because it hasn't been a big deal yet.

I noticed this because I just flashed newer leak and was going to kill the cap key lights

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same here...root explorer will always be my main file manager for root processes. i just use this one for the simple stuff
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Searching with search button is very slow.
 
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Thanks for the find mrmako777

Pretty sweet file explorer. I'm digging the dual view in landscape mode. It helped me when I was having issues with the touch sensor on my old phone.
I still use root explorer for the basics but this one is nice to have.

Search is a lil slow but that's not a biggie for me.

I believe for permissions access it's under the properties settings. There should be a "set" button in the properties window.

Hopefully there will be an update soon... Anyway, thanks again.

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