[APP][2.1+] Lime File Manager 1.3.0

thinkingboy

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Upgrade to 1.4.0

Fixed drag and paste no function
selection color
audio play
archive run on background
icon change


Upgrade to 1.3.2

Wrong background when ListView scroll
banner color background disappear
Compatible of getByteCount()
Multi function wrong when cancel dialog


Upgrade to 1.3.1

Adjust banner position
Optimize color
Add exit function


Upgrade to 1.3.0

Fixed some bugs
Add grid mode
Add poperty view
Add black theme
Avoid permission change error:/system/xbin/su、data/(user/0|data)/eu.chainfire.supersu/files/supersu.cfg
System read/write status fetch


Upgrade to 1.2.1

Fixed some bugs on Android 2.x

Upgrade to 1.2.0

Redesign the UI, add the slide bar on the left, move the multiple operation banner at the bottom to the top, better compatible with different sizes of devices.
Optimized code structure, and run faster for high stability.
Removed redundant functions, such as photo viewing, and music player.

Believes that the new version can bring you a new visual experience, and more simplicity of operation, hope you like it!



Upgrade to 1.1.0

1. support landscape and tablet view
2. make top and bottom bar much thin
3. change /n to /r/n to make text file can show correctly on windows
4. change icon of text file and unknow file
5. add launch password
6. make audio file play on background service



Hi, guys

If you hope to have an easy-to-use yet powerful file manager, please try Lime!

Lime, support batch file operations likes delete, rename, copy, and cut. In addition, if the device have root permission, you can also do those operations to system file.

Lime show the storage space and some other information likes modified time and size. In addition, the file transfer process is no longer simply show progress dialog, it also show current progress and time remaining like Windows.

Lime support convenient directory navigation, you can set the initial dir when launch it, you can quickly jump between the root directory and the sd card directory, and you can also set the directory as a bookmark to quickly switch between directories. Optimized search function allows you to quickly find the file or folder.

Want to create a new folder? Use Lime, you can quickly completed. Want the file to be arranged according to your wishes? It is also very simple for Lime.

Lime comes with text edit, image view, audio play, database browser, and file decompression tool, and also for you to match other suitable applications to execute the file.

Do not hesitate, just try! I believe Lime will be your default file manager!




It's FREE and NO ADs!


You can get it on Google Play

or download the attachment directly.



I only tested on HTC sensation with CM 9.1 ROM, I think there're some bugs on different devce, so If you have some problems or suggests, please reply here, I'll fix it as soon as possible.
 

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Penacal

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A few things after just try the app: the interface is nice,a little too rainbow there, but good looking, so far no problems; the bar in the bottom is taking precious space, could the settings and exit buttons be somewhere else?? Top bar should be less polluted also.
Overall this app was everything we expect from a file manager:thumbup:
 
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InnerSanctum

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I installed the app on CM7.2 on Galaxy Ace I. I really like the app, but i faced some FCs when giving root permission, but still works.
Btw, i really like the UI and it is pretty smooth. My suggestion for the app is to include an option to block the app with a password.
@edit

Never mind, FCs was SuperUser related.
 
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thinkingboy

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A few things after just try the app: the interface is nice,a little too rainbow there, but good looking, so far no problems; the bar in the bottom is taking precious space, could the settings and exit buttons be somewhere else?? Top bar should be less polluted also.
Overall this app was everything we expect from a file manager:thumbup:
Thanks for your advice, it's important for me, I'll try to change them as soon as possible.
 

thinkingboy

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I installed the app on CM7.2 on Galaxy Ace I. I really like the app, but i faced some FCs when giving root permission, but still works.
Btw, i really like the UI and it is pretty smooth. My suggestion for the app is to include an option to block the app with a password.
@edit

Never mind, FCs was SuperUser related.
Thanks for your advice, set a password on setting, then if enter this app, ask for enter password, is that right?
 

matgras

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Works fast and really well this will be my new default file manager, but can you make the root permissions stick?
Thanks in advance

sent from my xperia ray using tapatalk 3
 
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InnerSanctum

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Thanks for your advice, set a password on setting, then if enter this app, ask for enter password, is that right?
Exactly!
A LAN SMB client and root explorer options (like setting permissions) would be great too (both are presents on ES File Explorer or Root Explorer).
With these suggestions, for sure it would be my default file manager. :good:
 
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thinkingboy

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Exactly!
A LAN SMB client and root explorer options (like setting permissions) would be great too (both are presents on ES File Explorer or Root Explorer).
With these suggestions, for sure it would be my default file manager. :good:
Thanks for your suggest. I'll add the password function in v1.1, and root explorer is already support, you can get root permission on setting by touch "Get root access permission", and if you want to modify file on system, you also need touch "Mount system to read/write".

And something like "LAN SMB client" will support on later version.

Thanks.
 
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thinkingboy

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Works fast and really well this will be my new default file manager, but can you make the root permissions stick?
Thanks in advance

sent from my xperia ray using tapatalk 3
Thanks, root permission is already support, you can get root permission on setting by touch "Get root access permission", and if you want to modify file on system, you also need touch "Mount system to read/write".
 
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