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By hkfan, Senior Member on 25th April 2012, 08:02 PM
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Ok..Here it is flashable "ES Explorer". Might be useful for someone else also

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25th April 2012, 09:18 PM |#2  
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Can any one make a flashable zip with a free root file manager in it.

I've never used it but why not try es file explorer? It claims to have a root explorer included.
26th April 2012, 12:17 PM |#3  
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I need flash able zip...some roms does not include any file manager.. like aokp

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You could always download one from the market.

Or use 7-zip to open another ROM.zip, system/app and pull it out. Then use 7-zip again to unzip AOKP, put the file manager into system/app, rezip it and then flash it.

File managers are freely available. Is there a reason why you can't get one from the market. No SIM or WIFI access, maybe?
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21st September 2012, 12:54 PM |#5  
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thank you
OP-thank you.

Many timse now I have flashed on the run. Some times I am on limited data or in a no coverage area. And then the times I don't want to install gapps.... yes... this is very useful.

@woodrube- thanks for the tip on the 7zip trick... I don't know why but I never thought about that. I extract stuff like that all the time... I feel stupid not thinking of that. That will be most use full next time I pan fry bacon. thank you.
22nd September 2012, 03:31 AM |#6  
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Xplore is a pretty good file manager. Its user interface us really great for copying files and stuff

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The easiest way is to open a rom zip file with 7zip and simply drag your favorite file manager to to /system/app/ folder.

Or you can use this premade flashable zip file and put in your own apks to flash: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1572962
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The easiest way is to open a rom zip file with 7zip and simply drag your favorite file manager to to /system/app/ folder.

Or you can use this premade flashable zip file and put in your own apks to flash: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1572962

Thank you for linkng that . Just took a look at that. I am going to check this out later. I am on the galaxy s3 (T-Mobile US) and a lot of things that I use to do in dsixda's Android Kitchen I have to find new ways for.
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Originally Posted by hkfan

Ok..Here it is flashable "ES Explorer". Might be useful for someone else also

Note : If it's illegal to do this then then just delete the post

i found this quite helpful. i use wifi to connect to the market and having a file explorer from the get-go helps me enter my wifi credentials through a text file vs having to manually enter ridiculously complicated passwords by hand. not to mention my google account credentials. thanks
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