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16th November 2019, 01:38 AM |#971  
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I have tried to create a symlink in a direcotry pointing to another directory on my ext sd card but it failed. What is the correct way to create a symlink in this app?
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Sdcard (both internal and external) are (or are simulating) fat32. Fat32 does not support symlinks so you're not going to be able to do it.

In the past on previous devices, I used boot scripts creating mount points, which from memory, do provide the path mapping of folders (even onto the sdcard). It was a few years ago now, so maybe I am remembering incorrectly.

Does MiX have the mounting options/feature?
16th November 2019, 04:51 AM |#972  
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In the past on previous devices, I used boot scripts creating mount points, which from memory, do provide the path mapping of folders (even onto the sdcard). It was a few years ago now, so maybe I am remembering incorrectly.

Does MiX have the mounting options/feature?

I can (for internal sdcard) go into /data/media/0/ and create symlinks which will work, as long as I access them via /data/media/0/. You'll see an entry for them in /sdcard/ but it won't work.

I haven't tested but I think if you created an empty directory and then issued a bind mount against it it will work. That would require command line work plus a script that runs at boot. Maybe I'll test later, if I get a chance.
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17th November 2019, 04:26 AM |#973  
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Encrypted files located in cloud storage
Hi all!

Thanks for this fantastic app.

I have lot of encrypted files located in Onedrive using AES256 encryptation. I uploaded all these files using goodsync.

So, when I go to Onedrive using Mixplorer, it's not possible to know which files are what i'm looking for in certain moment because text characters have changed from the unencrypted files.

Is there a way to access Onedrive using Mixplorer with a decrypted key in advanced settings or something like that to see the files unencrypted? If not, I think it could be a good feature for this app!

Thanks in advance
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18th November 2019, 11:00 AM |#974  
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Very good app. But i am finding all servers with rstp server . Can i hope for this in mixplorer.
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Can not get it to recognize external sd card
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27th November 2019, 11:22 PM |#976  
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In the previous build of MiXplorer (MiXplorer_v6.40.3_B19101820), under the storages (disk, internal, root), there was a dropdown menu named Custom. Tapping on that showed an extensive list of categories. I thought that was a good way to keep down the visual clutter. I have updated the app on my Galaxy S4 to the latest version through the app settings and now the Custom dropdown menu is gone. In it's place is the list of all the standard categories. How do I bring back the Custom dropdown menu and have it show all the categories only on demand?

An odd thing, though. On my Samsung Tab S2, running the same version as the phone, the Custom dropdown menu is there. I also updated it directly through the app settings.
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In the previous build of MiXplorer (MiXplorer_v6.40.3_B19101820), under the storages (disk, internal, root), there was a dropdown menu named Custom. Tapping on that showed an extensive list of categories. I thought that was a good way to keep down the visual clutter. I have updated the app on my Galaxy S4 to the latest version through the app settings and now the Custom dropdown menu is gone. In it's place is the list of all the standard categories. How do I bring back the Custom dropdown menu and have it show all the categories only on demand?

An odd thing, though. On my Samsung Tab S2, running the same version as the phone, the Custom dropdown menu is there. I also updated it directly through the app settings.

If you mean sections, you can add how many you wish via top right button.
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Thanks for the tip. Sections was exactly what I needed.
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