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ES File manager on Android. It is by far the most comprehensive file manager on the market. The ability open my phones file structure from my PC with a couple of clicks makes transfering files a snap. I wouldn't be without it.
I downloaded ES File Explorer so I could move my content between phones over wifi without having to use the piece of junk that is Android File Transfer (and neither phone has USB 3.0, so it would be slow as well). All you have to do is make sure both phones are on the same wifi network, open ES File Explorer on both phones, select the file(s) or folder(s) you want to move to the 6P, then hit menu --> send, select the 6P in the device list, then press the send button and you can send them over wifi. I moved my pictures, videos, and downloads this way.
I also used SMS Backup and Restore to backup my texts, then used ES File Explorer to move the backup file to the 6P, then restored it.
A decent file explorer that isn't the miserably bad ES File Explorer ([link]) - we just want something that can map out NAS or network server so we can launch videos stored there. Thanks for asking
> One of those Wifi transfer apps between phone and PC, instead of using a USB? I'm not sure which one /r/Android likes to use, and I'm not sure how to use them. Do you need to install something on the PC?
ES File Explorer, you don't need to install anything.
My tablets are glorified media players using:
[link] - browse your network for media
[link] - play all that media
Those I use to watch anime / movies along with the Netflix and Twitch.tv apps.
I've been trying to find cool ways to mirror content over my network, but it feels like devices like Chromecast and the Kindle Fire stick make it hard on purpose so as to get you to use their apps instead. It is possible to do though if you tinker.
I like ES File Explorer. It's a file manager, application manager, task killer, cloud storage client, FTP client, and LAN Samba client.
es file explorer
To access pc files from android use Network, Lan
To access android files from pc use Network, Remote Manager
It's similar to an app on Android that A LOT *Link* of people use. ES File Explorer. There's a file it adds to your phone named Baidu, and they send data to a company in China. *Link*
The reason I switched from ES File Explorer to X-Plore as soon as I found out.
MX Player can be set up to scan your device for playable media, or you can point it at your movies folder. If for some reason MX Player isn't finding your files, I would use ES File Explorer to browse directly to that folder and launch them that way. I don't have a Chromecast, so I can't comment on MX Player's compatibility with it.
It's really easy to "sideload" apps onto your phone, i.e. install them from sources other than the Play Store. The game should run on your phone even if the Play Store lists it as not compatible.
You just need the APK (Android package). Segabits has a link here, for example. Get the file onto your phone somehow, e.g. download straight on the phone, or download on PC and copy the APK via USB. Then use any file manager app to install the apk. A security warning will probably pop up, because by default Android won't install stuff that's not from the Play Store, but you can temporarily disable that feature.
I do not know for certain if your Android phone will detect the SD card in the camera (although I believe that it will), but I wanted to mention that it would be helpful if the USB cable you purchase is USB on-the-go (OTG)-capable.
If your phone does not automatically detect the SD card while in your camera, you may need to install a file browser app like ES File Explorer and then use it to find the SD card directory. It would then be a matter of copying and pasting your selected photos to your phone's photo directory.
An alternate process would be to connect a USB SD card reader to your phone using the USB OTG cable. You would have to remove the SD card from the camera, of course.
Insert your Micro SD card into the phone. You can do this while the phone is on and without taking the battery out. It should ask you to prepare the SD card or format it once inserted, click OK or accept to prepare it.
Download ES File Explorer and tap n hold the folder you want to "mark" it, you can then tap additional folders to mark them too. Do NOT select Android, media, Ringtones or any hidden folders if you enable that option. Then press Cut from the bottom of the screen.
Then, at the top, there will be either "sdcard" or "emulated > 0". Either way, tap near to the blue triangle mark on the right hand side and tap "sdcard1" or External SD". Once here, press paste. You can either watch the transfer, or press home and continue to use your phone and use the notification bar to check the progress.
Yes. The first thing to know is the desktop the web interface at play.google.com lets you install a bunch of apps that don't show up normally in the nexus player's play store. Like ES FILE EXPLORER
I sideloaded a couple apps very easily by installing ES File Explorer on both my phone and the Nexus Player. downloading an apk into my phone then using SEND from within ES file explorer, it sees the other file explorer running on the nexus (on the same wifi network) and you can accept the apk transfer then open the file.
Yes. Install a file explorer. I use ES file explorer, available here:
Then browse to WhatsApp/Media/WhatsApp Images/ and create a file called .NOMEDIA
That allows you to keep the option set to download photos within the app, but it doesn't store them in gallery.
If you also have an Android phone, use ES File Explorer. [link]
If you browser that link from a web browser, while logged into google, it will let you install it on both your phone and android tv.
Then download the rom onto your phone, and use es file explorer's SEND option to send it to the ES File Explorer that's open on-screen on your TV.
ES File Explorer has a function for sending stuff over wifi to other devices on your network... dunno if that will help you in this case though. As /u/GranPC noted, you probably need root to get to those files. If you do have root though, that app will let you grab anything from just about any part of the file system.
I'm running Hyperdrive rls20 and I've had success with this app:
ES File Explorer File Manager
It's a great file explorer with an image viewer built in that works very well. It can also open a lot of other files.
Although the stock gallery isn't giving me any problems, so it's the default for me.
ES File Explorer has an FTP server function as well as being a badass file manager. I use Filezilla to transfer files to/from over WiFi.
Maybe try a different file manager? ES File Manager should get the job done. If it still doesn't work, try using your computer.
I use ES File Explorer and it works great.
Works both ways without any accounts just make a shared folder on your pc and link it in the app.
Shady Chinese creepware violating your privacy, steals personal info and sends it's to Baidu servers. Paid version is a crazy subscription rip-off. Also endlessly nags you to download additional apps via non-disable-able notification bar pop-ups, annoying floating buttons etc. Bloated with a ton of unnecessary features including cleaners etc.
Play store trash to avoid like a pest.
Open this link on a pc, click install, and select your tv. Once installed, use this app to move your roms to a folder on your tv, then the Emulator will be to find the files
No that would be pointless. I have a 75/75 connection at home with a NAS that has 250 TB of storage and a torrent app. If anything I'd just add a torrent to it remotely then connect to it with ES File Explorer via FTPS and download it from there. I've only done that twice in 2 years though.
Edit: I just realized what you were talking about. That's actually an app called Network Monitor Mini. It just displays how much network traffic there is.
There's a way to manually back up your save files, although it doesn't save everything (it will not restore gems). Use a file browsing app like ES File Explorer or File Manager to navigate to your sdcard, and from there go to Android -> data -> com.bandainamcoentsailormoondropsww -> files.
Ignore the folders (those are just game assets) and copy all of the .dat files into a safe place. If you ever need to restore progress, even from a completely fresh game, you can copy the backed-up files back into the folder (make sure to overwrite the old ones) and it'll put you back to where you were when you last saved them - characters, level progress, trophies, boosters, etc. It works across devices and versions, though it doesn't transfer your ID/friendslist or, again, any gems.
It involves a little bit of work but it's the closest thing to a force-save that I know of!
I mean you can make an .apk backup using like ES Explorer
and upload the created Luga.apk to say www.uploadfiles.io or any site
thank you !!
If you're rooted, you can use a file explorer app, for example ES File Explorer, and navigate to /data/app/COM.APP.PACKAGE.NAME and copy the base.apk file.
If you're not rooted, check this Stack Overflow page for help on using ADB to copy the file over command prompt.
Easy enough to use, but sometimes annoying with the ads.
I prefer this one, but it's UI is less obvious.
Use ES File Explorer to send the app to your new phone
Alternately you can save the app's apk without root using an app and install it on the Pixel
Download es file explorer
Now determine if the pictures you cant see are on the sd card or internal.
I am using Sultan CM13 and am happy with it. Never had any problems at all, but others wrote that not everything is working for them and that they experience some bugs. So i can not guarantee that it will work for you as it does for me. I did not try other custom roms yet because I am satisfied with how this rom works, thus I can not give you more choices, but there definitely are some.
Recently I discovered that the ES File Explorer got an analyze tool which finds "redundancy files", "duplicate files", "junk files" and offers to clear them. Not sure if this helps you with your full OPO. Best would definitely be to totally wipe the phone and start fresh if you do not need the data anymore
For raw data sync I use ES File Explorer.
There's a Bluetooth pairing option, at which point you can move files to/from the device from another device. There's also an FTP option so you can do the same from your computer to the device.
This is how I keep game save data on device switches.
A lot of people download ES File Explorer. I'm not sure why one doesn't come with vanilla android (unless they added one in the newer versions).
Yes sir, accessing the wifi passwords file is just one of the many things you can do :) (I've actually done this a few times myself lol)
All you need is a File Explorer that can use root permissions. I use ES File Explorer but there are a ton of alternatives out there.
This happens when this directory is deleted. To fix it, just recreate it with your favourite File Manager. I recommend ES File Explorer.
That's weird, perhaps you accidentally deleted a file? If it doesn't work, I would try uninstalling the game completely, and downloading everything again fully and try the renaming method after the tutorial. I would say if that doesn't work, then you can download this app to rename the files instead. People from discord confirmed it works. [link]
I used this one: [link]
If you go to the link in a browser, rather than the play store on your phone you can push it to your nexus player, no need to side load. Just select your NP from the install list. I only have a remote as well and it works, not perfectly though. Sometimes I need to do a lot of d-padding to get it to where I want to go.
Hope this helps.
I'm still working on balancing. I've honestly spent a lot of time for the last several weeks fixing bugs with Android 8 (Oreo), and other hard-to-track-down (and fix!) Android bugs. I have also been working on balancing the bosses and prospector (which I have taken a few passes at over the last few weeks, and is still an on-going thing).
Summary: I'm aware of the late-game balancing issues, but there is no quick fix and I want to handle it properly, so it's taking some time. :)
Would either of you be willing to send me your save file? It would be very helpful, so I can see exactly where you're at, what bonuses you have, etc.
If so, PM me and I'll give you my email address so you can send the save file over. The save file can be found at /Android/data/org.ironhorsegames.taptapdig/files/taptapdig_save.ttd and you can retrieve it either via USB, or an app like ES File Explorer. Thanks!
ES File Explorer will allow you to add a shortcut on your homescreen to any file - just browse to find the image file, long press on it, and tap "Add to Desktop".
If you can't get ES, try doing the same thing in other file explorer apps that are compatible with your device/OS version to see if they have that option.
Try installing an FTP client on the phone. Connect with your PC/MAC and you'll have full access to the file structure.
ES File Explorer is an app I use for this. [link]
It's from ES File Explorer, they added it in a recent update. Pissed me off big time so I removed the app and left a bad review. I'd recommend you do the same. Developers need to know that throwing unwanted apps and big ads in is NOT ok.
I dont have any on hand, just google. Oh and this app [link] is able to extract .apk files out of installed apps, which you can save elsewhere and use later for reinstall. Might be better to try it on other phone first, though. You will lose all app data
I like using ES File Explorer and MX Player it works great for local streaming.
ES File Explorer will show you the USB drives. No root needed.
They are listed in step 2. He suggests this one
You have to be rooted and once you are rooted go to the burger menu settings and enable root explorer and check yes or grant when prompted by Magisk. This will give you access to the hidden system folder.
I use ES File explorer.
When you play an audio file using the the ES media player, there is an option in the ... menu that reads "Set as".
Then it gives you the option for ringtone, notification and alarm.
Juts select notification and it will be added to the list of audio clips you can use as a notification.
Then just go to whatsapp and make it your notification sound.
Don't forget to change your system notification sound back to what it was otherwise you'll have your phone Aha-ing for everything.
it doesn't come with HTC Gallery? i use es file manager though so i just end up using it's image viewer. does everything i need it to.
Okay, I'm just going to copy a reply I got on one of my posts which can help you:
>1. Use a file explorer such as ES File Explorer and navigate to
>2. Once there, look for the file VaultX.sav (X is the save file number 1-3) and check the size. Move this file to a location on your sd card where you can remember it, or email the file to yourself.
>3. Place this file onto the new location on your new phone (it should follow the same path as above)
>Hope this helps.
I honestly haven't tried it with multiple thumbdrives, but one should work at least. As long as your version of Android (or your custom ROM) supports OTG, I don't see why you couldn't.
There are so many iterations of Android out there for various tablets that you can't say for sure that it will work natively. Even then, the "stock" Android file system browsing is not very "elegant". But The "beauty" (bane?) of Android is that even when a particular version of the OS doesn't directly support something; there is usually a third party app that does.
Using a third party file explorer app like ES File Explorer or Root File Explorere takes a lot of the pain out.
Most likely your save is corrupted. I know, I just lost mine awhile back. Had to start over, but this time, I cheated for some Mr. Handy's and Lunchboxes. Let's hope Bethesda addresses the issue soon.
Also, if you want to fix this without uninstalling the app or confirm if your save is really corrupted, follow this:
Once there, look for the file VaultX.sav (X is the save file number 1-3) and check the size. If it's 0 kb then that means it's corrupted (sorry :( ). If not, then that means your save might still be working; if this is the case, just copy it elsewhere and delete the data folder, launch the game fresh, and then move the files back, and it should work, however I cannot guarantee it.
If the file size is 0 kb, well, FO: Shelter is gonna keep crashing as long as the file is there. So you'll have to delete that file, (not necessarily the whole folder) and start anew.
Btw - you'll need an app to navigate there. I use ES File Explorer, it's awesome for file navigation. Here is the playstore link ES File Explorer
Android Tv is a dodgy one. I quickly figured out a lot of the apps I thought were compatible with that OS weren't their at all. I found ES File Explorer pretty handy because at least it has a browser function and it's way handier for installing apk files.
I don't use Smart Audiobook Player, but if you are using android i recommend using something like ES File Explorer ([link]) or File Manager ([link]) to find the files in your phone FIRST, then open with the player of your choice.
For me, If i open File Manager, then search for Overdrive (in current directory) then it comes up with all the files. Then i can do whatever i want with them..... for example.... Make sure i delete the .JPG of the book's i returned so they don't take up phone memory....
The folder should look like this or similar depending on your phone ([link]). If you still can't find it on your phone, then I suggest downloading ES File Explorer File Manager ([link]) so you can find files and folders for apps.
What device are you using?
Re-read Original nevermind haha
1: Download this app (grant it root access. Any other Root file explorer will work too)
2: Navigate to this Dir:
3: Open this file INSIDE the file explorer (if it has a built in editor like Total Commander)
In there you will see the SSID and corresponding Passkey
App store or [link] .
Just get the em on a usb, plug that into the Shield and copy it over with something like [link] or just keep it plugged in.
Or set up network connection in the settings and copy it from your PC to the Shield via wifi on your local network
Actually I forgot I used es file explorer as a downloader. I bought the pro version a while ago and used it on my last phone. But I think I had to give special permissions in settings to download from an outside source.
:O You can get the x86 version and send it, the x86 version is gotten by getting it from the app store on an x86 device such as Remix OS Player (really good but sadly discontinued, links to uploads are everywhere), and you just get the APK, x86 and all! :) If you don't have time, I don't mind, the melonDS project has been revived just a wait of a few months, but if you have time that would be great. BTW, are there still betas coming out for it? Edit: more detail
Edit 2: to get the APK:
You can Install 'ESFile Explorer', then backup your installed app and then send! Edit 3: better Android player, Remix OS Player instead of Bluestacks
ES file manager is an option.
Read more here. But i'm sure it's not the only option out there.
Yes you can store files on an SD card.
Take a look at some of these file explorer apps I have used that I like:
ES File Explorer. I've had it on every device I've owned since my first G1.
I think what would help you is a file viewer on your phone. It sounds as if you can get the nsp file on the sd card your switch is ready to install it with tinfoil already, you just dont know how to put the nsp file into the right spot on the sd card using your phone.
May I recommend Esfilemanager [link]
Thank you for the info, that's very helpful!
I suspect this probably is related to Bluestacks - it's possible that my save file handling code has a bug, but it's being used in several games (a few of my own and several other games from other developers that I gave it to), and I've never had a report of a save file disappearing until now. Anything is possible though! Have you ever lost a save file in another game or app when using Bluestacks? I'll look into it a bit and see if maybe Bluestacks wipes out the directory where the save data is stored for some reason/in some cases.
Cloud saves are something I've looked into before, but it has caused me a lot of headaches. I might attempt it again someday.
For exporting/importing, Android makes it pretty easy to do this with any game - you can just use something like ES File Explorer (free) and copy the save file wherever you want for safe keeping.
How I see it, is that there is probably a corrupted file in your installation. If I were you do the following :
Uninstall the app
Delete the Waze folder (using a file manager app (e.g. [link] => lots of other alternatives (also free) do exist) )
Restart your phone
Install the app again
This should normally solve your problem (since it does not seem to be a widespread problem, but only a specific problem with your phone).
Edit : Be certain to know your login and password used within the app before doing as explained hereabove in order for you to not lose your points (you can verify your points here on the Waze website : [link] )
Small consolation, but ES is getting raked over the coals for this in the Play Store entry for this app. They may or may not have also been reported to Google (Play Store entry on your phone -> scroll all the way down -> 'Flag as inappropriate' -> 'Other objection' -> Leave a note about what it does to your lock screen, and how it doesn't ask first).
I'm using the pro version of ES File Explorer but the free version works the same. It's FTP server feature is called "Remote Manager". I have tested it in the past and it works but I have no use for it personally as I have other apps that automatically syncs files over Windows folder shares.
Either at first launch or when you access the SD card, a notification should pop up and tell you to select the root of the SD card folder and select it for the write permissions for the app. It's been a while since I installed it so I don't remember exactly when it will ask for the permissions.
Yeah, neither the Drive nor Dropbox apps have Android TV compatibility, so don't even bother. I know there's at least a couple options if you search for "file manager" in the Play Store app on the Shield. Maybe start with ES File Explorer. It might be tricky to navigate the UI with a remote but it does have a few options for transferring files over the network.
No problem. It was this cable on Amazon. The app i used was ES File Explorer. The app lets you get into the SD card and HDD to select, move and delete photos and videos.
Download an app like ES File Explorer, give it root permissions, then go to the build. prop file and add this line to the end: net.tethering.noprovisioning=true
Install in on a rooted device then copy the apk and obb folder to a usb drive, plug drive into adt-1, install es file explorer on adt-1, then go to the usb drive folder, install apk, copy obb folder to /sdcard/android/obb.
ES File Explorer has a download manager that you can set as default on your next download. In the app settings under "directory settings" you can change the download path.
it's awesome you can do this without an app (technically you still need a file explorer). However, If you use Es File Explorer you can encrypt your files. So if you're trying to hide something you can simply hide it with the process provided in the link but you could also encrypt the file so not only is it hidden but it's inaccessible... Note: You can also encrypt the file name to hide obvious file names like hottyflickingherbean.jpeg
I have the same issue. Mine charges, but won't connect to a computer. It does work sometimes, and some cables seem to work better, so try a few cables. As for a long term fix, if you changed the board, I don't really know what to suggest.
In the meantime you can use ES File Explorer to transfer files over wifi. Plus wireless chargers have gotten ridiculously cheap. I know these are no replacement for working USB, but that's what I am using to get by right now.
Alright, I think I understand what you're trying to do, now.
I do like the idea of a to-do list available on all systems, but, like /u/EpicCyndaquil said, it might be better use a dedicated app.
If you are devoted to this idea, all you need is a simple text editor, right? The easiest solution might be to use a file manager with something built-in. ES File Explorer is well-regarded. You could probably set up some sort of Scene to pop up in Tasker, activated in whatever way, and edit the file, but I'll admit to that being beyond my expertise.
These are installable .apk files, Android packages, and will install when launched on your Android device.
Find where they are using your Android File Manager, most likely on your SD Card....
I use ES File Explorer, linked, but most will be OK, even your default.
You just need to click on the "apk" file, or you can select it (long press) and "install" from the menu if you use ES.
You should have "Unknown Sources" checked/enabled in your Settings, normally under Security settings.
ES File Explorer lets you see and manage all the files and folders on your SD card (and in your root folder if you are willing to root your phone).
Tasker allows you to create automated scripts that run when certain things happen on your phone. It has a bit of a steep learning curve, but it's well worth it.
For my Android tablet hands down the ES File Manager/Explorer. I especially like it for the hassle-free SMB integration, so you can easily access shared folders of your Windows computer when they are in the same (wireless) network. No need to setup some streaming server/app to watch videos from your Desktop on your tablet.
It should work just fine. I use ES File Explorer for this. I have an external flash drive for extra movies/music when traveling (stuck with a 16 GB version...)
Shared folder on Windows. Put ESFileExplorer and use it to access your shared folder.
Probably not the best way but it works for me with my books and movies.
Go to this link right now and click install. Then open it on the shield, go to cloud and set up google drive...
or install this
but all that's slow so I use SD card/ USB low profile drive.
I've always been a fan of ES File Explorer especially since they have a free Chromecast extension.
I can download something from Showbox, Sky HD, etc. directly to my device & cast it with that instead of having to use another app to do it.
Most file management apps will hide folders that being with a period, like ".dickpics". And turning on/off hidden items is easily toggled with 2 quick taps. I recommend ES File Explorer.
For your gallery app, usually you can set a folder to be hidden by default. In QuickPic you just have to press menu > show hidden, there is an optional lock with password/pin/pattern if desired, but not required.
Maybe try this one [link], I don't know how well it'd work but it's worth a shot. Don't know if you need to be rooted for this, sorry, just preordered my first sony phone
You don't have to select the images one at a time, you can select any amount (provided you have enough storage space).
I just tested this out after only just trying out the app for 10 minutes, and it works just fine in large batches.
Lollipop allows SD modification as long as the app you are using asks for specific permission to access the SD card.
ES File Explorer does this. It's also an extremely popular file management app. Free with no ads. Try it out.
> Built-in ZIP and RAR support: Allows you to compress and decompress ZIP files, unpack RAR files, and create encrypted (AES 256 bit) ZIP files
Use an third party SD card / folder / storage analyzer, like the one coming with:
ES File Explorer
there you can see which folder on your device uses space.
ES File Explorer - and I assume other file managers - also offer wireless options. In ES, use the left menu, open the Network submenu, and hit Remote Manager. When you turn it on, it'll act as an FTP server and give you a link. Assuming your computer is on the same network as your phone's wifi, just type that link into your computer's file browser and you'll be connected to your phone - copy/paste files to/from the phone at will.
This method worked for me so it might work for you.
As long as the HD is set to read and write permissions when you formated it, you can use an app called es file explorer to delete files on the network attached storage.
You can find ES File explorer in the google play store and downlaod it to the shield TV.
In ES File explorer select Local > Device > Storage Folder > Select the folder by clicking down on the right thumb stick > at the bottom of the page there will be options to delete, move, copy, paste ect.
It works for me but I set the permissions of my external HD to both read and write privilages from my computer before adding it to the shield TV.
It might work for you....maybe.
You could try using an OTG adapter cable to connect a USB drive to your phone. Not all apps are able to read/write from USB devices, but it looks like ES File Explorer can.
Use your phones built-in file manager (or download one from the Play Store; ES File Manager is free and easy to use) to delete them. The error code is Windows being a brat about the MTP connection to your phone.
I use ES File Explorer purchased version, there are ads in the free version now, but there are good mentions of X-plore File Manager if you're after a free app.
Now I want to see a picture of your YJ.
I would suggest you grab ES File Explorer:
That should help you with cleaning out your phone.
Set up MiniDLNA on the Pi. It is already installed under Volumio, but you might have to edit a file to get it running.
On your android phone or tablet, install ES File Explorer and ES File Explorer Chromecast Plug-in from the Play store.
Ok, that being said, the way SD transfer from the Android system works is on pre-defined directories, it does not search the whole drive structure for every single file that match each description or it would start moving images and sounds from apps too. That only means that there are no more images/videos inside the default folders where Android knows it can move around.
The second shows that there are images/videos on the internal memory that are NOT on the default folders, just that. Android won't move them because it cannot be sure what they are meant to.
If you know where they are and that it is ok to move them, move them using any file manager, like ES File manager
All you need is any File Manager that can read external USB and a proper cable to read them. I purchased a neat (and cheap) usb card reader a while back, I can connect all sorts of cards on it and connect to any android using the mini usb.
Then I use ES file manager to read from the cable. This app can read OTG data.
My Sony device also came with File Commander, which is also capable of reading OTG
Jesus, look at the reviews on the Play Store: [link]. People are seriously still giving it 5 star reviews? I guess that Adware money affords them some fake review...
ok, for real, are we talking of the same app.? I swear I have never seen an external ad or lock screen ad coming from ES, actually, I don't get any lock screen or notification ad at all, only the ones when you open the app. that appear inside the app.
also, I don't even know why i'm getting downvoted, i'm just giving like my experience? didn't know this was a circlejerk
This is the app that I use to get my weapon seed and such from Bluestacks. But I've never used it to move the save file to my phone. Maybe someone else can suggest the method or another option for you.
It's not possible but there is an alternative I read browsing Reddit and Google.
ES File Explorer has a download manager that you can set as default on your next download.
In the app settings under directory settings, you can change the download path.
There is no other way without using ES Explorer
Wow that sounds really tedious. I just share a folder on my PC, connect to it using ES File Explorer or some other network capable file browser, and use it to open the files with my viewer of choice.
Not to knock your workflow, but a shared folder seems much easier!