[APP] [>= 2.2] Recycle bin

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bartito

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  • Dec 1, 2005
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    Hi,

    I present my new app, that develops a recycle bin independent from your file explorer.

    In order to send files to the recycle bin (also know as trash), you only need to select the file in your preferred file explorer
    then select "Recycle bin" in the "Open with" or "Send to" menues.

    When you send a file to the recycle bin (via "send to" or "open with") it is automatically moved to the recycle bin folder
    (that's hide).

    In the future, if you need to permanent remove the file, you need to enter the RecycleBin app and select permanent delete
    the file. If you need to restore the file, enter the RecycleBin then select restore. Is easy!

    If your file explorer supports it, you can send folders or multiple files to the recycle bin in a single selection.

    Please, test it and let me know your opinions.

    Thanks

    Market link

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ryosoftware.recyclebin

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    Internet (in order to show the Ads)
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    None
     

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    hadi_rena

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    Another interesting app. Trying... right now

    Edit: app say no recycle bin mountpoint. I'm unable to send to recycle bin using total commander for android.
     
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    bartito

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  • Dec 1, 2005
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    Another interesting app. Trying... right now

    Edit: app say no recycle bin mountpoint. I'm unable to send to recycle bin using total commander for android.


    please, let me know the full path of your sdcard
    (e.g. /mnt/sdcard)
    thanks
     

    yvesadriel

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    Dec 2, 2012
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    Philippines
    thanks nice apps

    Hi,

    I present my new app, is in beta state, and it develops a recycle bin independent from your file explorer.

    In order to send files to the recycle bin (also know as trash), you only need to select the file in your preferred file explorer
    then select "Recycle bin" in the "Open with" or "Send to" menues.

    When you send a file to the recycle bin (via "send to" or "open with") it is automatically moved to the recycle bin folder
    (that's hide).

    In the future, if you need to permanent remove the file, you need to enter the RecycleBin app and select permanent delete
    the file. If you need to restore the file, enter the RecycleBin then select restore. Is easy!

    If your file explorer supports it, you can send folders or multiple files to the recycle bin in a single selection.

    Please, test it and let me know your opinions.

    Thanks

    Used permissions

    Write in the sdcard

    Know issues

    Only the last removed version of each file is stored in the recycle bin for now.
    If you delete a file that's also in the recycle bin, the new version replaces the older.
    Working on a version that supports history for the final release.

    thanks nice apps
     

    bartito

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  • Dec 1, 2005
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    CHANGELOG

    1.0.0-beta

    First release

    1.0.1-beta

    Compatible with devices that mounts sdcard(s) in /mnt or /storage
    Support for devices with more than one sdcard (internal and external memory cards)

    1.0.2-beta

    Allow multiple restore/deletions in recycle bin interface

    1.0.0

    You can have multiple instances of each file
    First market release

    1.0.1

    Internal improvements
     
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    bartito

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  • Dec 1, 2005
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    Hi,

    App is now in the Google Play (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ryosoftware.recyclebin)

    I have added Ads (sorry) and the ability to have various instances of each file (if you send to the Trash
    a file that previously sended the two (or more files) remains in the trash)

    Sorry: the 1.0.0 uses a different database format. Your previously deleted files (in beta versions) can't be
    managed. You can locate the beta trashed files into /mnt/sdcard/.recycle_bin or /storage/sdcard/.recycle_bin if you need it.
     

    airjyp

    Senior Member
    Jan 19, 2013
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    Hi,

    I present my new app, is in beta state, and it develops a recycle bin independent from your file explorer.

    In order to send files to the recycle bin (also know as trash), you only need to select the file in your preferred file explorer
    then select "Recycle bin" in the "Open with" or "Send to" menues.

    When you send a file to the recycle bin (via "send to" or "open with") it is automatically moved to the recycle bin folder
    (that's hide).

    In the future, if you need to permanent remove the file, you need to enter the RecycleBin app and select permanent delete
    the file. If you need to restore the file, enter the RecycleBin then select restore. Is easy!

    If your file explorer supports it, you can send folders or multiple files to the recycle bin in a single selection.

    Please, test it and let me know your opinions.

    Thanks

    Market link

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ryosoftware.recyclebin

    attachment.php


    Used permissions

    Write in the sdcard
    Internet (in order to show the Ads)
    Boot completed

    Changelog

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=40649822&postcount=11

    Know issues

    None

    Anyway.. If we have move the files to recycle bin, is there the files can replaced again from bin?

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    Sony Live with Walkman
     

    bartito

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  • Dec 1, 2005
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    I guess he meant restore the files?

    Sent from my GT-N7000 using Tapatalk 2

    For that you only need to enter the app then open the contextual menu of s file then click restore
    Or click menu key, then select "selection" then select a group of files then select restore
     

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      Hi,

      I present my new app, that develops a recycle bin independent from your file explorer.

      In order to send files to the recycle bin (also know as trash), you only need to select the file in your preferred file explorer
      then select "Recycle bin" in the "Open with" or "Send to" menues.

      When you send a file to the recycle bin (via "send to" or "open with") it is automatically moved to the recycle bin folder
      (that's hide).

      In the future, if you need to permanent remove the file, you need to enter the RecycleBin app and select permanent delete
      the file. If you need to restore the file, enter the RecycleBin then select restore. Is easy!

      If your file explorer supports it, you can send folders or multiple files to the recycle bin in a single selection.

      Please, test it and let me know your opinions.

      Thanks

      Market link

      https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ryosoftware.recyclebin

      attachment.php


      Used permissions

      Write in the sdcard
      Internet (in order to show the Ads)
      Boot completed

      Changelog

      http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=40649822&postcount=11

      Know issues

      None
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