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If you're happy to sideload an app, then you can sideload "File Manager" (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager&hl=en_GB&gl=US) which will then allow you to copy files over wifi using it's "Access from PC" option.
You can also use this method to copy APK's over to the Quest and then install them without having to use sidequest or ADB functions, should you wish.
> As far as I know, NTFS is only accessible by Windows and nothing else.
Nope. Once a drive is shared to a network it doesn't matter what file system it uses. Windows 9x can't read NTFS either, but millions of companies had NTFS file shares back in the day that 9x could read all day long.
>I’m assuming you’re using an Android phone, which in your case would require a very complicated workaround to get the file system to recognize on the phone
It shouldn't require a "very complicated workaround". I have File Manager installed on my phone, tablets and Android TV box to access some file shares on my main PC. Setting it up on various devices is simple: New Shortcut > New LAN shortcut > [choose my PC from the list that appears] > Enter my username and password > Tap 'Save'. From there, I have access to my NTFS network shares.
This was and still is a great file browser, but the lack of SD card support on Oreo is really annoying to the point I tried out one called File Manager.
It pretty much does the same things as Solid, but has full Oreo support for SD card read/write.
The major benefit is that LAN transfers over WiFi are MUCH faster on File Manager than Solid or most other file managers out there. It was nearly twice as fast and appeared to make greater use of my 5GHz Wireless ac connection from one end of the house to the other.
Looks like today's update fixed SD card access on Oreo! LAN transfers are still slower than File Manager however.
I really dont understand the fuzz about Solid Explorer. It lagged horrible on startup on my device.
Uninstalled instantly when found this file manager. Handles sd-card like a champ and more...
No, i'm not the dev.
hahahaha yeah I had the same reaction when I found out about NoMachine😂, running without a dedicated or integrated GPU 🤯
I use it almost daily even back to the VM from my phone or laptop, either to watch shows or simply editing documents.
I'm guessing the "bugs" is an option you might need to tweak, or you simply need to get used to NoMachine and understand how it works, usually it's not buggy for me. It did take me a while to get used to it.
But damn! was it a game changer for me, it has even saved my VM when the GPU drivers got corrupted, normally my host would not even have a video... so how do I fix the guest?, NoMachine to the rescue!
Leaning SSH was also a big game changer for me, it seemed so alien, but once you learn it, it's really hard to not have it.
I use SSH to copy paste files from my phone to my VMs or the Host though my phone though this app literally copy file, paste to computer, and it's there, going though an encrypted connection.
Or even simply use a SSH capable music player on my phone to connect to my computer giving me basically the highers bitrate music with absolutely no ads.
I use this
I use a file explorer app on my Android, which shows everything in my storage organised by photo, video, audio, etc.
It can also hook up to some cloud storage services, too, and you can copy and paste between them.
You'll see the cache folder(s) show up there under images as thumbnails, which I find handy as my drone shots are easy to spot. I know I'm telling you how to install File Manager rather than where to find the files, but that's really just because since installing it I've never needed to go looking for files. I'm sure there are other file browsers, but this one is really simple. Used it for ages.
I use File Manager Plus. I've tried other file managers, but this one is the one I stuck with over the years.
So you need to set up regular sharing on the Windows PC. If you don't know how to do that, click here. You have a choice to make: you can share the folder(s) to your own account, which will mean read\write access from other devices. This is good if you want to copy files from an Android device to your PC. If you're sure you're only ever going to want a device to only READ the PC's files, choose that, as it will prevent other devices from accidentally deleting files. Once it's set up, try accessing the share from another Windows device (if you have one) to make sure it's working and permissions are correct.
Next, install File Manager Plus on your Android device(s) if you haven't already, then go to Home > Remote + > Local Network. FMP will then scan your network and (hopefully) find the network share(s). If not, repeat the process but choose SMB instead of Local Network, then enter your computer name and login info as asked.
File Manager Plus also has a remote-friendly interface, if you want to use this on a TV. I use it daily to watch video files from my office PC on the living room TV via a $65 Android box I got off Amazon.
One tip: you can use computer names if you have a local DNS server; your router might (or might not) do local DNS. Most do, but I owned a TP-Link router recently(-ish) that, surprisingly, didn't do local DNS. It wasn't a problem - I just assigned static IPs to teh two devices in question and used those instead. But that's one thing to look at if you set this all up and it's not working.
I use File Manger+ (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager) and I can work my LAN almost as easily as my PC. Supports most major cloud services too.
Maybe give it a try...?
File Manager works great.
no ads, easy to add dropbox and google drive, as well as set up a temporary ftp server.
it has an analyse feature that breaks down what folders in your internal storage is using up the most space.
On phone with...https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
Goto settings and show system storage
select system from the menu
navigate to the shown path
on 930F Exynos US/S.America
EDIT :show system storage
EDIT 2: US/S.America
This app allows you to do this I think. My Moto G Pure does a thing where you can't open the android folder but this solved it. It has slow read and writes, but it works I guess.
Nothings resized here, they're just using large dlc parts I'm guessing.
You can resize parts using bp editing if you're on Android, this app is the best one I've found. Also I've heard that theres some restriction on BP editing if you haven't bought the parts expansion, but I'm not sure if that's true or what it is
also I should say that this post is made with part clipping, a way faster technique to just slap a load of parts on top of each other. If you don't know about that lemme know
Download this app, its a file manager. While it's downloading you want to make sure your design blueprint is saved as something you'll remember
Once it's downloaded and you've given permissions and all that, you want to go:
Main storage, Android, Data, scroll to the bottom where it says "Stef" with the sfs icon
Open that folder, then go Files, Saving, Blueprints, (your rocket)
From there you want to go into blueprint.txt, then scroll down till you find the engine. If you recall whether you placed it earlier or later on you'll know if it's near the bottom (older) or top (newer)
Under the engine paragraph you'll see "heat on for creative use: true, ". All you need to do is change that to false, save, load your blueprint and see if it worked :D
What that does is completely disable heat damage to and from the engine, but it's thrust is unchanged
Hope this helped, if you need anything more let me know :)
Two File Managers come to mind
The first is much as you see it in the promo shots and there's a dark mode option.
The second is a far more comprehensive option and won't leave you wanting for anything.
Out of the box it's bare bones theme wise but there's built in access to their own theme store so you can dress it up nicely, oh and you can create your own if you want.
Hope that helps.
Download this app
then, press storage analysis, it is very useful as the app will show exactly how much storage each folder/files used and you can delete it manually
Hope this helps.
Try a file explorer app, i use it instead of the default one now because its do mich easier
I use this one but there's plenty more out there: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
I use File Manager+ and there's an "access from network" tile on the apps landing page, and it works flawlessly for me.
Let me know if you need step by step instructions
u/arthwyr Sorry to necro the post but I was in the same predicament as you guys. I found that this app generates thumbnails for videos and images on SMB shares. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
The videos are all under 100mb so Im not sure how well it would work for movies.
Gotcha. I've Never used custom built. Nice hardware there, though!
I don't know if TrueNAS has a mobile app to use along with the server, but for general file management on my phone I use File Manager+.
It has connection options for basic LAN shares, FTP, SMB & a couple others.
Actually I shared in the comments maybe more than 10 times.
Here is one more time:
Downloaded the file manager: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
I found obsolete files on Android/data/com.miui.gallery/files/ trashbin and cleaned all. Phone works perfect right now.
Many file managers support becoming FTP servers (although some don't use that term explicitly) - you just set one device as the server and connect others to it for up & download purposes. Since you say you're using hotspot mode to connect devices together into a local network, that should work fine.
I use this Android app. In its main screen, there's an "Access from network" option. The options on the resulting screen can be left blank for simplicity, although you may want to set a password on the server if other people have devices on your hotspot as well. The port number can be anything you like between 1024-65535 (I'll use 1111 for this explanation). I'd strongly suggest leaving "show hidden files" unchecked.
Click "Start Service" to tell the server to begin waiting for other devices to connect. You'll be shown a screen with an FTP URL to use on your other devices - it'll look like "ftp://192.168.0.1:1111" (that 1111 after the last colon is the port number we talked about). Go to your other devices and use any app that supports FTP to type in this address and connect. You can type that into Windows Explorer's address bar, for example. Note that the "ftp://" part may or may not be accepted/needed as part of the input, so try without it first.
When you connect from the other device, you'll probably be shown the a bunch of directories that won't be familiar to you. You'll probably want to go through the list to find one of the following directories: DCIM (where your cameras photos & videos are stored), Documents, or Download. You can explore the others, but those are most likely your main targets.
When you're done, be sure to go back into the Android app providing the server and click "Stop Service" so no file transfers can happen behind your back.
Already found the solution at last night
Downloaded the file manager: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
Download the file manager: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
On the main page, you’ll see android, click on that to find out if you can find something.
I found mine on Android/data/com.miui.gallery/files/ trashbin.
Google made the data folder restricted except for the app itself. Not sure why you were able to access it at first, but it's supposed to be inaccessible unless the file manager has specific access to the directory.
Try using File Manager +, or MiXplorer both work for me.
If you're on android, this one works well
I use File Manager+ to access my storage.
The only file I currently have in my OBB folder, is a saved config for a mobile game (World of Warships Blitz) and I can manipulate that file all I want.
you don't need a computer, I used my phone to do all of that. you just need a file manager. this is the one I use, you can navigate, copy, paste, delete, compress, etc. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
This is what works for me.
Install File Manager from Google Store, start it, select Access from network, Start Service. Then put the address it will show you into your web browser on your Mac and you'll see all the folders of your mobile. Then copy (!) all your photos and videos to your Mac. When it's done, make sure all is well and only then remove them from your phone.
Here is the link to the app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
I use this https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
Windows has a "Near sharing" feature that does exactly what you want.
Thank you for commenting
Firstly, this is the link of the app i mentioned
Secondly, yes, I was formating the card before hand, the software i used was Balela etcher, however, i don't think i use Debian's image, i was hard-headed into Ubuntu image since i'm more accommodated with Ubuntu
And third, It is likely since virtual box said among the lines of "unable to boot image, may be corrupt"
However, i was leaning my aunt's computer to write to the sd card, since my broke down and i bought this one as a replacement, so, right now i just have my computer :/
It turns out this doesn't need root, it just needs a file manager that asks for permission to access the folder rather than just saying it was denied. The dev referred me to https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager, which worked.
I have Asus Zenfone Max Pro m1 with custom firmware (LineageOS) running on android 11. And i using file manager from playstore:
You will not be able to access them with your default File Explorer due to the whole Android 11 security update thing, using an alternative File Explorer, you can find them here:
I have had this issue alot of times and its constant across Android. The new Android 11 has even more security restrictions on files. People who tell me to use Samsung switch and Samsung flow or other sharing apps all suck like Mi Move, Shareit, etc,... they cant transfer big files properly to PC.
I use Type C OTG to Pendrive, Using a good file expleorer like Filemanager + you can give full permissions to a folder and it will transfer files to Pendrive and then you can move files from pendrive, I know its double work but its consistent and reliable with big files.
oh in most phones the folders in data is not displayed cause the data files are important and messing them up deletes important stuff. Use a different file explorer from the play store to view the hidden files
this worked for me
I like the premium version of File Manager Plus: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager&hl=en_US&gl=US
I use it as my main file management software and transfer over WiFi, FTP(access from network), and accessing network devices(remote). Been using it for years with no issues.
I use File Manager+ (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager).
You can open a folder full of pics, tap one to view fullscreen, then swipe left or right to scroll through them.
Download the File Manager+ app (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager&hl=en\_US&gl=US), it shows you what folders use how many GB and also how big are apps with their cache and all other stuff.
Testa apagar por um gerenciador de arquivos. Eles... gerenciam arquivos, não tem essas firulas de backup e cia. Gerenciador de arquivos é o tipo de programa certo pra... gerenciar arquivos.
Exemplo de gerenciador: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
Outro exemplo: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mi.android.globalFileexplorer
Se é no cartão micro-sd, alguns dão problema em deletar porque tem o índice em local danificado, em geral é só formatar o cartão que ele reescreve o índice em setores diferentes e o problema some, mas as vezes tem muito setor lerdo ou com erro, em cartão que passou muito calor é normal, é hora de ele ir pro lixo, microsd é uma merda pelo calor que passa e pelo ripple nos 3,3V que recebe do celular, essa linha tem um VRM bem simples, que repassa muito ripple de carregador meia-boca. Nesses locais microsd dura 2 anos.
I don't know if you already know this, but as a hint, you can access those folders with an external file manager like this one or Total Commander for example.
How many memes? Because you could install OneDrive, Dropbox or Google Drive. I know for a fact that OneDrive and Dropbox can automatically upload photos, especially if they're in default locations. So just install, login and wait for the upload to finish. I forget what the default storage space is - 5GB? - but if you have less that that, no worries.
Another option - if you have file sharing already set up on a PC - might be to install something like File Manager Plus on your phone. You can copy\move files from the phone to the SMB share (I do this myself multiple times a week). Or you can enable the "remote access" bit in File Manger Plus and instantly turn your phone into an FTP server.
USB mass storage works just fine for me. (Android 10, Moto G Power). When you plug a USB cable into the device, check the notification shade/pulldown.
On my device, it's a small notifications that says "Android System. Charing this device via USB. Tap for more options"
When I tap it, a menu pops up with options: File Transfer, USB Tethering, MIDI, PTP, No Data Transfer.
A friend of mine has a Galaxy S9, and his notifications were disabled in his Developer settings. He likes to run his device with as little going on as possible, and that was one of the settings he had toggled off along the way.
On the PC connected to it, my device shows up in the Windows File Manage as "moto G power." Clicking on that reveals 2 directories: Android, and Internal Shared Storage. (on my device, "Android" was the name automatically given to my SD card. Internal Storage is the 64GB of on-device storage)
Once I start transferring files, I've noticed it works best doing it in groups totaling around 2GB or less. Larger files will transfer, but that is where you can find instability.
Using on-device file management has been just fine. I use an app called File Manager+ ( File Manager - Apps on Google Play) I've been able to move large files from internal storage to the SD card (and back again) with zero issues.
if you have an android phone you might use this, as beside being a file manager can set your phone as an ftp server
The Google Drive app works fine on my side. You may have network limitations.
Besides that, I use File Manager Plus as well.
Hidden files maybe? Also try clearing the cache. If that doesn't work use another file explorer to see stuff better, I don't use the Xiaomi one because it doesn't show all my files occasionally. Also check your gallery bin.
File manager I use
Você nunca salvou esse arquivo?
Quando o sistema de arquivos tem erro (Porque a memória ou cartão tem um setor com erros) as vezes acontece de não conseguir apagar algo, eu tenho um vídeo de cavalo correndo num rio inundando, foi dos primeiros que salvei num cartão ENTÃO novo que comprei a muitos anos (Eu copiava os vídeos do YT pra assistir depois, ainda faço as vezes), posso apagar que ele "volta", a entrada dele no índice não some de jeito nenhum (Se colocar outro cartão ele some). No meu caso são acho que 20 ou 30MB, não incomoda, hoje trato como curioso apenas por isso deixo lá.
Sobre achar o arquivo, usa gerenciadores de arquivos, tem da Xiaomi, e vários outros, quando busca por gerenciador de arquivos na loja de aplicativos. Eu uso esse mas já usei outros vários, quase todos vão mostrar melhor onde o arquivo está, e permitir apagar se for o caso (Exceto se for unidade flash com erro em setor, seria o caso de aparecer esse arquivo na listagem de arquivos mas o sistema não ter esses 7-8GB faltando, é o caso de uns erros no índice, o arquivo é listado mas ele só ocupa os bytes do índice, vários sistemas de arquivos permitem bug assim, é tipo o bug que permite um pendrive de 1GB ser falsificado pra 128GB, o índice de arquivos aceita qualquer merda, é diferente de ter o arquivo real nos setores linkados, seria como o índice de um livro de 200 páginas mostrar conteúdo de da página 200 até a 1000, o índice é que estaria errado, não o livro).
Click the share button. Share with google drive or file manager +.
Associate .cah with file manager + to 5eCompanion.
Then by tapping on the files 5eCompanion will open and import them.
There should be a mechanism to import and export in the app, but there is not. It's probably on the developer's to-do list.
Here's the file manager. Seriously, the easiest to use I have seen. I have the paid version but I think you can do all that with the free one.
Any app that can access your router should do fine. I use File Manager and it works great. Your stock app may work as well though.
I don't know AndFTP, but i use the file explorer plus from "Flashlight + Clock" Link. Works like a charm to connect my server over SFTP. Maybe you'll give a try. Cheers.
I'm using a Pixel 3 too and I hate the built-in Files app. I downloaded this app that works really well for me. You can even add cloud storage services to it for easy access to Google Drive. The search function almost never fails for me in it either.
There is a pro version with no ads which I paid for, but only because I wanted dark mode which is only in the pro version. Either way, the ads aren't intrusive and don't take away from the free version at all.
Another useful features is remote server access such as FTP and SMB servers, which I use all the time. If you have a USB drive and adapter you can even access them through the app.
The stock Files app on the other hand can't even open ZIP files. Unbelievably stupid. I'm rooted and tried uninstalling it completely from the OS, but ran into some bugs with some apps and had to bring it back, sadly.
If you on android you didn't need to know what cydia is, it basically a jailbreak app for iPhone. If you want you can use something like file manager on your old phoneand backup your app then sideload it to your new phone
Gerenciador de arquivos
Detesto firulas tipo visualizar miniaturas de fotos em galeria, ou de um programa exibir todas as fotos e vídeos juntas independente de onde estão, prefiro um gerenciador de arquivos igual passei décadas usando em Windows e Linux.
E a parte "Remoto" acho linda, acha sozinho os terminais na rede então não preciso necessariamente usar IP fixo, é só compartilhar pasta (Talvez criar usuário no control userpasswords2) e pronto, não precisa adicionar IP e cia, deixa ele procurar que VAI achar, seja lá qual a rede usada (Windows e suas firulas de "rede doméstica").
Já o contrário também é fácil, o "Acesso a partir de" permite que com 2 cliques o smartphone vire um servidor FTP, é só digirar o endereço (ftp://IP local:1212 por exemplo) em qualquer navegador, atualizado ou desatualizado de qualquer terminal com Windows, linux ou outro smartphone que terá acesso aos arquivos. Ou seja, pode usar tranquilo no lugar de pendrive ou HD externo pra levar as coisas pra outro lugar, já que o que não falta é roteador operando em data rate tipo 300Mbps então a transferência por esse modo as vezes é mais rápida que de pendrive Multilaser (E sem risco de encher de autorun.inf no pendrive).
I use this one: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
I go to the WhatsApp sent folder, click on the three dots in the top right, go to view, enable viewing of hidden files, and can see it there.
If you have access to the same model running stock, you could get the APKs through apps- for example, File Manager+ (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager), which is what I use, creates a copy of the APK file if you choose to "backup" an app. I know this can also be done via ADB, but I find it easier to do it on-device.
Free version is great.
Paid version is awesome!
My every day filemanager..
First get File Manager+.
Connect to the same network for both devices, set up remote access on both ends.
What I do is I have a shared folder on my PC through my network. Both devices have access to this folder through FM+, and so I just drop things in there and move it to the next.
Can probably set up a more direct option, without using a PC, but haven't really tried it.
I was having similar but not identical problems. I believe the source of the problem is ES File Explorer.
My various camera apps could take and save pictures just fine, but when I tried to save a picture from Snapseed or download a picture from Chrome, the picture didn't appear to save to the phone at all. They didn't show in Google Photos, the default Files app, or ES Explorer.
If I edited a photo in Snapseed and then used the share button in Snapseed to post to Instagram, the photo saved in the Instagram folder. I tried reverting to an old version of Google Photos, uninstalling and reinstalling camera apps, clearing app data, etc. and nothing worked.
After looking in this thread, I uninstalled ES File Explorer, and installed this:
It showed all of the files I had tried saving from Snapseed the past week or so that I thought weren't saving. Same thing with stuff I had downloaded from Chrome. Then when I went back into Google Photos and they appeared there too.
So, try deleting ES File Explorer, and installing the app I linked to. The missing files may actually be on the phone.
Many file managers have "app backup" feature, which allows you to save apk files from installed apps, then you can transfer those apk files to your new phone and install them.
If your file manager does not have this feature, try Cx File Explorer or File Manager
Linkme: Cx File Explorer
File Manager: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
File Manager + is one of the best file managers I ever used. Free, no ads, easy no bloat layout, ability to use FTP to share files between other devices, links to your Dropbox, drive and others. Only downside it isn't a root browser.
Used to be a fan of ES file explorer. But it's not a good app anymore. Lots of irrelevant crap, and info-grabber code.
You know, try this File Manager app --
here's a link
I use this one. It's got a good set of features, including support for cloud services and remote file access protocols like FTP, SMB, etc.
This file manager, named "file manager" is simple with all the features without any bullshit ads or " buy premium to do basic stuff". Here's the link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
that's a great tip, tried File Manager + and it doesn't have this issue
the thing is, i want to a file manager with FTP server capabilities, the ability to programmatically start/stop the FTP server using intents, root and cloud access features. File Manager + doesn't have root. any recs?
If your phone is an Android phone, there is this app that I use called File Manager+. I supports ftp for file transfer. You could also use the Syncthing app on both your computer and phone. This is what I use to backup my videos and photos, but you can also use this for other files from your phone.
File manager +
Its in playstore
Ok long post here:
Personally on windows 10 I follow this:
That's the official Microsoft guide so it has never failed me.
Once the server is installed on the host or guest (or both),
you can use the native ssh client on either one of them and connect to the server to make sure everything works fine.
You can try to login to the server from the client.
Open up cmd type ssh user@serverip, it should ask for the password of the local user/administrator
If you are able to connect to the server I would highly recommend to disable all password and only using key based authentication.
Here is how you do that on windows:
ON THE CLIENT:
here you don't have to do much you just need a key, to generate a key you simply use the command ssh-keygen (in CMD)
You can chose to add a passphrase to the key just in case, since you are the administrator on both machines, don't be afraid to make the passphrase complicated since you can always generate new keys and add them to the server later on.
this will store the key in %userprofile%/.ssh (your user folder and .ssh folder)
you should see two new files id_rsa and id_rsa.pub
ON THE SERVER:
Go to the folder C:\Programdata\ssh and edit (as administrator) the file sshd_config
In there you should comment out the line (by adding # in front):
I do this because I want to log in as administrator/regular windows users (we all know windows loves letting you be admin by default :D )
Once it's commented out go back to the %userprofile%/.ssh this time on the SERVER and create or edit the file authorized_keys
there you should add the content of id_rsa.pub (from the CLIENT)
Once it's added you should restart the SSH server in powershell type inn:
Then you can try to login to the server from the client.
Open up cmd type ssh user@serverip, this time it shouldn't ask for a password since you are using the key to loging.
Remember to never post or give the id_rsa key to anybody as this is basically your password.
IF everything works without asking for the WINDOWS PASSWORD (not passphrase, but password :D) I would highly recommend disabling any type of password authentication for ssh, this would ensure that nobody can just brute force your ssh server and you're as safe as you can be, unless you leak the key :)
To do that go back to C:\programdata\ssh\sshd_config and change the line:
after writing all that I realized there's a Microsoft guide for that also
To enable sftp (the thing that allows you to browse the folders with sshfs/winscp you just need to make sure the line:
Subsystemsftp sftp-server.exe is in the sshd_config (it should be there by default).
Now if you want to copy files from the machine running the ssh server you can simply use WinSCP https://winscp.net/eng/index.php
If you want to brows your files from Android you can download the app File Manager+
Both programs allow you to connect to any sftp/ftp server with or without keybase authentication :)
ps: I forgot if File Manager+ support regular ssh key files or if it requires those putty key, but you can easily generate a key with:
ssh-keygen -m PEM -t rsa -b 4096
I'm pretty sure that's what I used on android, but it's been a while since I've generated the keys :D
Also if you feel that any key is compromised you can always comment out the keys (don't remove them to keep track of all the keys you add just a tip)
Also if you just want to add a temporary key so that a friend can connect to your server you can add their key file to authorized_keys with the option:
expiry-time="20210304" in front of the key, that means the key expires on the 4th march 2021, you can even do
202103040630 that means the key expires at 6:30AM March 4th 2021.
I hope this helps you use SSH to move files between your host and guest :)
It's hard to find these kind of apps because they all share the same generic name "file manager."
Been using File Manager+ for years.
Has everything I need, and more..
Try https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager ?
An app called
"File manager" it's simple and works with a remote here's a link
My favorite File Explorer:
Should work on your device.
File Manager Plus ist ebenfalls super. Kann alle Clouddienste, SMB, FTP usw.
Try this app
Okay, I think I may have figured this out. Kinda patting myself on the back for this one, tbh... 😂
Tho I kinda stumbled on it...
After reading your reply I was thinking about what I said in my last. I said I found it funny, because I thought the exact same thing you did, at first-- that you could only move one obb file at a time.
I started to wonder if there might have been a legit reason for that, beyond assumption. And that's when it hit me... Tertiary program. File manager.
When I first started playing with this stuff and putting files on the quest, I was using either my native file system or some other app...
But when you click the + or ↑ in bugjaeger to upload an APK or obb file, you're taken to a window something like this:
Where I can navigate to a file in my system, or it gives me the option to open another file manager program.
And I remembered that after I installed a handful of games, I decided to install a new file manager to see if I liked it any better (not a big fan of my phone's native system, and had a secondary that I didn't love much either.)
Anyway, when I open my new file manager from within bugjaeger, and go to select files in the obb folder, I can do this:
That's the folder for Onward lol
As you can see in this image, I have 3 of 34 files selected. When I finish I can just hit "select" at the bottom, and that's it...
Anyway, the app I'm actually using here is "File Manager Plus" :
And FYI I did test out my theory by selecting the other file manager, and it did not allow the multi-file.
Did the app asked for permission to use the storage?
Make sure this is the app
I used this one
On phone iam using this
I'm using this one instead.
sideload this app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
set mpv as default player
File Manager Plus
You have to use an app if you're on Android. I use this one.
This is the File manager I use.
Have tou installed this app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager ? (Just making sure)
Your welcome! Hope this helps!
I've been using File Manager plus. So far I like it.
I use File Manager+ to see what's physically on my device.
It will let you view files by type.
File Manager +
It does everything. Simple. Intuitive.
You seem to know your shit. How do you feel about this one?
I am happy with File Manager +
At least we still can. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
Get something like file manager, it helps manage your files easily: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
I guess mine says "+" because I got the paid version :)
This is the link for it. I use this app myself, so far so good.
File Manager on the Play Store.
No, ES is ridden with ads. I find My Files to be pretty adequate but I do also use this
File Manager + for me. Ads present but not super-annoying, and it seems pretty full-featured.
Prob not what you're looking for, but this has been solid for years on my unit.
I like https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
The best one is File Manager +. It has the best UI by far. That 4.8 rating from 10 million+ installs is deserved.
I would spend my hard earned diamonds if they even added it as an LE theme tbh.
I used Dead Nova's modding tutorial, and used this File Manager app on my phone since neither my computer nor my regular file manager app show the image previews for the file types dalcom uses. And this page helped with getting an idea of how changing the card borders works, including which files are which LE themes.
Hi! Thanks for your reply. I am using..
Personally, I use this one: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.alphainventor.filemanager
maybe this will solve your need..
My favorite is File Manager +.
File manager +
simple and straight to the point!