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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.
I am having issues copying files into my removable SD card. I keep getting the same error, regardless of where I'm copying from.Click image for larger version

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I use Total Commander and started to use SOlid Explorer recently. I might gice FX a whirl as well -- no use in missing out on a seemingly good app.

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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.
i have only ever been able to hit 1.6-1.8MB/s (with any app) , ... anywhere around 2MB/s is considered acceptable and normal for 54G ...
if only Asus had given us N , and 2GB ram , and 1Terrabyte storage , and , and ... haha $2000 ...

what speed do you download on your laptop and what connection ? ie- 54g / 150n / 300n

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I am having issues copying files into my removable SD card. I keep getting the same error, regardless of where I'm copying from.Attachment 1682387

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maybe check permissions and owners ... you can use same app with root module installed to change ... use the same as the storage that works...

 
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How do I get to that permissions screen.?

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How do I get to that permissions screen.?

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you must install the developers addon root module from here.

enter the root module from main screen next to storage icons ... # marked with hash ... long press file or folder ...
 
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i have only ever been able to hit 1.6-1.8MB/s (with any app) , ... anywhere around 2MB/s is considered acceptable and normal for 54G ...
if only Asus had given us N , and 2GB ram , and 1Terrabyte storage , and , and ... haha $2000 ...

what speed do you download on your laptop and what connection ? ie- 54g / 150n / 300n
I can't tell what the actual speed it but there is below 1MB/s for sure. That's 1 foot away from my router (Asus RT-N66U). That speed is just unacceptable.
I'd have to check but I'm guessing it's 3-4MB/s on the laptop, a laptop that doesn't support wireless N.
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I can't tell what the actual speed ...
try network speed to see current upload/download speeds ...
 
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x-plore 2 panels, with different cloud storage support, works well as a system app, small size, images and archives support, free.
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I'm quite pleased with FX file explorer. Thanks for the recommendations!

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AndroZip Pro is a great file manager, in my opinion.

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