X-plore File Manager pro mod apk – Powerful file management software for Android phones and tablets. With this app, you can access and manage all files on your phone’s memory and SD card of your device. This program is a two-window explorer and you can access two folders at the moment and perform common operations such as copying files from one window to another. This program will make folders
Shows for clear orientation and quick switching to another location in a tree view. In this famous program, you have the ability to run music and movies and view text and listen to audio files directly. The program helps you view various files stored in memory and erase unnecessary files. In this program, access compressed files and share different files with others.
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Some features of X-plore File Manager pro mod apk
– Manage files in Two windows with tree view
– View Root, FTP, SMB, Sqlite, Zip, Rar, 7zip, DLNA/UPnP files
– View large files stored on memory
– Favorites Folders
– Access to cloud storage spaces including Google Drive™, Dropbox, Box.net, Amazon, Mega.co.nz ***, OneDrive, Webdav, Yandex.disk, MediaFire, SugarSync, Dump Truck, Copy.com, Picasaasa
– File Transfer (SSHP and SSH Shell)
– Built-in music player
– File Sharing From WiFi
– Manage phone files from pc via a web browser
– Add different folders to favorites
– View Images, Video, Audio, Text
– Hex Display
– Zoomed-in and slideshow images
– View APK files ZIP form
– Send file via Bluetooth, email, etc.
– Customizable buttons and shortcuts
*** marked features are paid for – they need money to use them.
An app called X-plore lets you see inside of your Android device. Outside, as well.
This is a two-pane explorer. There are two folders shown at the same time, and common tasks like copying files are done from one pane to the next.
To make it easier to see where things are and quickly move to another place, X-plore shows the folder hierarchy in a tree view.
You can look inside the device, and if you’re a power user and have your phone rooted, you can make changes to the system data, like backup files, remove unwanted apps, and so on.
As a standard user, you can choose to hide internal memory from view and be sure not to mess with the computer.
You can easily see the contents of the mass memory on your device, or if you have a USB memory stick, the contents of the mass memory.
A simple app manager lets you see, run, copy, share, uninstall, and more about the apps you have on your computer.
WiFi files can be shared.
If you have WiFi at home, other Android devices can see files on your Android device.
Use a web browser on a PC to get in
Manage the files on your Android device from your computer, like you would on your computer.
People can use FTP and FTPS (secure FTP) servers.
Multiple servers can be set up.
In a network, X-plore can show shared folders on other computers that are in the same network.
X-plore can connect to a lot of “Cloud” servers and get to their files.
For X-plore to work, you’ll need to have an account with a web service that is compatible with Xplore.
Even SFTP and Terminal shells are supported.
X-plore has a music player that can play music from any location.
With the Vault function, you can hide important files, even with your fingerprint.
The most important things to do are to look at, copy, move, delete, compress, extract, rename, share, and more.
X-plore can show SQLite database files (files with the.db extension) as a list of tables that can be expanded. Each table has a list of rows and columns with database entries in it.
When you touch the screen, you can click on folders or files to open them, long-click to open a context menu that shows you what you can do with the item you clicked or a group of items you’ve chosen.
Multi-selection lets you do things to a lot of different files at once.
There are built-in viewers for most common file types, like images, audio, video, and text. To open a file may mean to use one of these.
You can also set up X-plore to use the system application to open files, in which case the system-predefined application that can open a certain file is launched.
Archives (such as Zip, Rar, and 7zip) are shown as other folders.