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    Default Android file manager

    I am looking for a file manager that will rename files, copy files to/from a USB drive.

    Proviso: it must run on android 4.4. ES File Explorer is now 5.0 and up.

    I have seen Total Commander - comments please.
    If Australia is a democracy why, then, is voting compulsory?

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    I use Total Commander, but they are all much the same.
    Often i just use what ever one i find when i need one.
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    To backup and manage android phone data on computer, you can try an android assistant app. There're many this kind of apps, have a try

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    +1 for Total Commander
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    +2 and 3... for Total Commander. What a relief when it became available for Android.
    Been using it (WinCommander) since Windows 3.11
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    OB, it is definitely not the same as anything else on Android and on PC it has been copied but never matched with ALL the features apart from Krusader on Linux and the best I could find for OSX is Commander One, OK but not great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kobv View Post
    To backup and manage android phone data on computer, you can try an android assistant app. There're many this kind of apps, have a try
    an SPAM link removed by moderator could backup and manage all of your phone data on computer

    Ah... the old tag-team spam by the same person with multiple accounts trick......... both spammers banned!
    Last edited by mtv; 10-11-16 at 05:33 PM. Reason: remove spam link in text

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    I have gone with Total Commander. As previous posters have stated it worked a treat.
    If Australia is a democracy why, then, is voting compulsory?

    "What has changed between the arrival of the First Fleet and today?"
    "Wearing leg irons is now not required."

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