File management App for Rooted Android – Root Explorer

Android is not a Windows to browse every folder easily. The Android is a Linux-based OS optimized for mobile platform. If you are looking for a way to browse folders on Android like Windows this guide will help you. There are a number of file managers available in the Google Play store. But accessing to the root level including the elusive data folder is not possible for normal file browsers. Root Explorer is a file manager works with rooted phones.

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When you first launch Root Explorer, it’s asking for root access. It can go through the every file root of your file system. The interface is normal no funky or flashy icons or graphics is available. It works perfectly with basic and simple looking icons. When you press on any file it opens the complete menu. You can easily zip or tar the folder right from the root explorer, which is very useful for backing up data.

It offers features include SQLite database viewer, Text Editor, create and extract zip or tar/gzip files, extract RAR archives, multi-select, execute scripts, search, remount, permissions, bookmarks, send files (via email, Bluetooth etc), image thumbnails, APK binary XML viewer, change file owner/group, create symbolic link, “Open With” facility, MD5, create shortcuts. If you explore the app you can see ton of features in it undoubtedly.

As it mentioned the Root in the name, the app go to every nuke and corner of the mobile or Tablet and lets you to browse its contents, If you are looking for a worthy Android File Browser, Root Explorer is your perfect choice.

Overall it is a good file management app for Android, the app works well for both smartphones and tablets. The app is available in both free and paid versions.

Root Explorer
Price: $3.99

 

Rahul is the Editor-in-Chief at Thetechhacker, Phone Opinions, and Ask Hacker. After realizing an obsession with technology, he left his job career to write about technology.

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