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Default File manager for TF700

I've been using eStrongs file manager for a while on several devices. I like how you can access networked PCs and copy/move files. I've had good luck using that app with my new TF700 except for one feature. It doesn't see the microSD card. It does see the internal storage and calls it the ad card. Another of my devices has "ext_sd" as a file, which is the microSD, but the new Asus does not show it.

Is there a file manager that will let me access network drives and both the internal and microSD storage locations of the TF700?

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EStrongs does see the internal SD, just look under your favorites. They're also working on a complete new UI, which is much better on the tablet...
 
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That makes it a little better. Is that the only way to see it? Is there a way to create a shortcut to that file location?
 
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I have found that if I long press on the removable folder it gives me an option to create a shortcut. Makes it a little easier to get to.

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It's a lot better in the new UI which will probably be released before too long...
 
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Try File Manager HD

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I've been using eStrongs file manager for a while on several devices. I like how you can access networked PCs and copy/move files. I've had good luck using that app with my new TF700 except for one feature. It doesn't see the microSD card. It does see the internal storage and calls it the ad card. Another of my devices has "ext_sd" as a file, which is the microSD, but the new Asus does not show it.

Is there a file manager that will let me access network drives and both the internal and microSD storage locations of the TF700?

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File Explorer FX absolutely is the best File Manager. It has an excellent UI and with the add ons, you can access the root (which is free) and your network and cloud (for less than a coffee). For those have not tried it before, give it a try.
 
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How do you guys find the WiFi transfer speeds within your home network with FX Explorer?

I use ES File Explorer and it's very slow (even with my other devices). I'm transfering mp3s from my desktop and it takes FOREVER. Since a Windows laptop transfers much, much faster in the same scenario I guess it's a problem with ES File Explorer or Android.
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