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jameslfc5

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Since the GN doesn't have a built in file browser, I downloaded file expert which I had on my S2 ages a go and OMG, it has well improved!

Cloud storage and everything! ...

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jameslfc5

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Not liking the themes available currently, and this is the only time I will let the iPhone look/feel slide by me... I must say, the UI is pretty darn good! And I love the checkboxes next to each file, letting you multi-selected easily :)

Haha totally agree! I am using stock theme and I agree that there are only certain times the iPhone look is allowed on my Nexus! :D
 

noobdeagle

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Tbh someone needs to make a file manager with a good UI . Something that will integrate with ics UI design it would make it more user friendly or at least the way I imagine it in my head anyway. Like removing the long process for copy and pasting etc by using a layout similar to the new Gmail or something similar

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus
 

KiNG OMaR

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Tbh someone needs to make a file manager with a good UI . Something that will integrate with ics UI design it would make it more user friendly or at least the way I imagine it in my head anyway. Like removing the long process for copy and pasting etc by using a layout similar to the new Gmail or something similar

Sent from my Galaxy Nexus

File Expert very much does that! The only thing missing is the ICS theme, but other than that, it's really the best functioning file manager I've used to date.
 
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jameslfc5

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File Expert very much does that! The only thing missing is the ICS theme, but other than that, it's really the best functioning file manager I've used to date.

Totally agree, I might email to ask them to make it more optimised for ICS

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RayRay1988

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:O i really like this app so far, UI isnt superb but works well. It is the features that i love like web sharing etc. :|
 

Chirality

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Hmm...I am hesitant to give an app I don't know well root access. Has anyone monitored the behavior of this app to see if it phones home with user data, things like that?
 

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    Since the GN doesn't have a built in file browser, I downloaded file expert which I had on my S2 ages a go and OMG, it has well improved!

    Cloud storage and everything! ...

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    feTg7oBcEu4LesewnkiA_ukclVfXT85SBVATkyhZcXKt-LDy6JxoKKqwtxU2Aqinng


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    Tbh someone needs to make a file manager with a good UI . Something that will integrate with ics UI design it would make it more user friendly or at least the way I imagine it in my head anyway. Like removing the long process for copy and pasting etc by using a layout similar to the new Gmail or something similar

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus

    File Expert very much does that! The only thing missing is the ICS theme, but other than that, it's really the best functioning file manager I've used to date.
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