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    Default Mapping an FTP Server/Folder

    I'm trying to find a way to map an FTP server/folder as a local folder with my Nexus 10. The tablet is both rooted and running CM 10.1.3-RC2.

    I have been searching google, the market, etc, but can't find any clear instructions on how to do so. I have been able to use Mount Manager to map a samba server as local folder. But can't figure out how to do the same with an ftp connection/server.

    I am note looking to simply navigate an ftp server. That I can do with various file explorers, but to rather actually map to a folder so that it looks 'native' to the table and can be seen by all apps.

    Can anyone offer any help, howto's or suggestions?

    Thank you very much in advance for any help.

    PT

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