[CWM-APP][1.91] AROMA Filemanager + TERMINAL :: 130903 :: Open Source
The World's First ANDROID Recovery Based Filemanager
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Android Recovery was powerfull system. But it was pain when it come to managing your filesystem
But now AROMA Filemanager is available for everyone to do this common tasks.
How To Use?
Copy the zip into your sdcard, then reboot your device into recovery mode. Choose install from sdcard, then select the AROMA Filemanager ZIP. The file manager will starting, and you are ready to managing your filesystem (copy, cut, delete, make new folder, etc) while you are in recovery.
AROMA Filemanager codename based on Alphabetical Traditional Indonesian Music Instrument. Here the list of already used codename:
ANGKLUNG - 1.00 - 1.2x
BONANG - 1.50
DEGUNG GAMELAN- 1.90
It was application which runs on Android device but not on Android OS Environment that the native applications usually use Java. AROMA Filemanager use C (Pure C, not C++), so it may run on another platform like x86 linux with small modifications ofcourse.
ZLIB - ofcourse, it was the most awesome thing in computer world
All library need to compiled as static to make sure it runs without any dependency issue in any devices.
I Only support ARM device, but it was opensourced, so anyone can play with the source and compiled it for they own devices.
so great tried it, like in the past your Aroma Installer and this think is amazing. Used your Aroma Installer in every Rom, although it is more work for me than most of the other Rom Developer have when not including it, but this file manager is awesome.
is or will be a possibility to start it maybe in Aroma Installer. Having an option at the beginning with Installation, Device Infos, File Explorer ?
Will try and can this combine with aroma installer?
Another awesome work.
Run well on my gal-young
But fail when create folder in root after reboot maybe its cause from kernel.
Font still too small for me after change to big font but not big problem.
Cant change permission and of course cant open file.
But i very satisfied with your work.
Thanks amarullz, another fine creation. Your style is unique! But I can't get if that is DEV only or we can use that when we want to do some file managing while in recovery?
By the way, I think I'd need some guidance: is it something you flash, use, reboot and gets flushed? Does it overwrite anything when you flash this? Sorry but infos are cryptic.
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