This is only a purely opportunity to make the interface as you like for yourself.
in reading the faq and guide, it mentions SU and other things related toNice mock-up. AFAIK, not really, in fact the settings I'm aware of do the opposite and pull more UI elements to the bottom in portrait.
Settings > More settings > Bottom bar
Settings > More settings > split action bar.
Take a look at what those settings do for comparison keeping in mind they don't necessarily do what you want but could help form a feature request. Note: in landscape with dual panel mode there might be different effects to the same settings. Also could you clarify whether the upward arrow in your picture is pointing to the breadcrumb bar or the main bar in the blue above it?
in reading the faq and guide, it mentions SU and other things related to
root. My phone is not rooted. Can I ignore these instructions, and will it function without settings those things. Sorry for repeated posts. Just
don't want to hose up my phone. Thanks for your time.
I can confirm your first issue:every version after mixplorer 6.57.x silver /beta/stable on my room (lineage os 18,android11) have two super annoying bugs :
1) open a text file in the code editor (long enough to have vertical scroll )scroll at the bottom select a word by long pressing it (double click works as expected ), code editor suddenly scroll to the top ,very very annoying.
2) if u click more than once (first time is fine )on the audio /video notification (from notification pane )the media player is no longer brought in focus .
can please someone confirm these 2 issues I'm an old version for months and I'd like to update mixplorer .
I think "No-IP" only gets you over the hump of referring to your external IP address using a name. It doesn't address actually having your computer respond to anything. You need to have some kind of server running on your computer to serve the files.Does anybody know how (or IF?) I can set up MiXplorer to access the files on my PC (bookmarks mostly) when I'm not at home in my own network? I've set up a No-IP account + hostname but can't figure out how to add + access the hostname/URL in MiXplorer, or if that's even possible
I don't want to have to use TeamViewer or any app like that since those tend to change the resolution/window sizes on my PC which is annoying. Plus I would only need it for file transfers anyway, like if I'm at a friend's house and need a file from my PC at home.
Any help/advice would be appreciated
Where did you install from? The 2nd post here on the this thread? Or is it MiX silver from the play store, because the dev must be verified to publish apps on the play store. As long as you only install from verified sources, this to thread, play store, and I think there may be a telegram channel, you have nothing to worry about. If you are installing weird magisk zips or from warez sites better start changing your passwords and pins...My apologies in advance if this issue has been raised before.
I've noticed that MiXplorer is the only app that seems to be triggering a security alert on my Google account which suggests to perform an account security checkup.
The issue in particular appears to be how the MiXplorer app is not officially recognized by Google as having an Unverified Developer.
Is there any particular reason given this app is downloaded directly from the Play Store, where it is assumed the app would be in compliance with Google policies and verification which would prevent this in the first place? View attachment 5723353
Well I did enable "Remote Access" and forwarded the port, so I was hoping MiX could somehow use that. I don't want to run an FTP Server here 24/7 just on the off chance I might need a file lol.I think "No-IP" only gets you over the hump of referring to your external IP address using a name. It doesn't address actually having your computer respond to anything. You need to have some kind of server running on your computer to serve the files.
Try running an FTP server on your computer.
Bookmarks might be part of what Google is dying to warehouse for you. If you just want an easy way to call up bookmarks while away from home, you might be better off letting Google sync your bookmarks.
Or make an HTML file full of bookmarks and copy it to your phone. You'll have to remember to copy again every time you add a bookmark, but you won't have to worry about security or learn how to set up a file server.
The app was downloaded thru the Play Store. This is why it's very odd that Google would determine MiX as having unverified developer since the app has only ever been downloaded thru this XDA thread and now strictly from the Play Store only.Where did you install from? The 2nd post here on the this thread? Or is it MiX silver from the play store, because the dev must be verified to publish apps on the play store. As long as you only install from verified sources, this to thread, play store, and I think there may be a telegram channel, you have nothing to worry about. If you are installing weird magisk zips or from warez sites better start changing your passwords and pins...
Hello and good afternoon, @MPK99While I don't want to undermine the importance of privacy issues, which are indisputably overlooked, they do go a bit beyond the scope of this thread. I realize that there are over 2000 pages worth of discussion now, and not everything will be razor-sharp to-the-point, but for the sake of keeping things as clean as can be reasonably expected, the time is now to wrap up that aspect of the discussion. Alternatively, you are more than welcome to continue it in a new thread to your hearts' content.
Thank you for helping keep the board clean.
I didn't targetted you and never will. All my actions are based on the rules of this private website, to which you agreed to adhere when you registered five years ago.Okay. I was the one who started this topic btw. Not gonna ask about it again.
I've learned that it's pointless to discuss about code rather than the application usage itself.
Also, a last note for everyone (whoever ask about source code in the future)...
Don't discuss about it, if you don't wanna be targetted by forum moderators. Use xda's search engine to read whoever asked before (even if you don't find the answer).
@Oswald Boelcke Thank you for the kind warning. Will refrain from this topic/thread.
And are you that important that you feel that someone who creates an app that has millions of users is adding in nefarious code to steal your data? Nobody cares how much porn you watch. And apktool will most definitely show if there is anything in the code that affects your data. It isn't just for modding and cracking apps. It is a tool provided by Google in Android studio.
I would care less if someone knew I'm watching porn. It's the registered online cloud storage keys that users access through the app, is what's most important. And yep. The chance of stealing is greater, as the project code is hidden (not saying that hootan does, but there's a chance, as the app has the Internet access).
Under View - Options you can disable "Cache Thumbnails".Hi. Is it possible to disable generation of the thumbnail cache globally? I noticed that my folder data/com.mixplorer.silver/cache/thumbs had over 2 GB, and there were some old photos miniatures, and some bigger files. Is it possible to prevent mixplorer to keep this cache? From what I understood I could create file .nothumbs (or something like this), but that would only work for 1 folder.