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    Default Can I get a recommendation for an easy to use file explorer ?

    Can I get a recommendation for an easy to use file explorer app ?

    I am looking for a free, easy to use file explorer. I know there are may choices, Estrongs, Blackmoon, Astro file manager, OI.

    I have heard good things about Estrongs and Astro File manager. Is there an opinion about what the best 2-3 file manager/explorers are ?

    Just wondering if I could elicite some feedback. I want something that is easy to use, etc.

    Any thoughts greatly appreciated.

    thanks again,

    jason
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    Root Explorer also
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    root explorer or astro
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    The File Manager from Adao Team is prety easy to use and works well.

    Root Explorer is also good but not free.
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    Root Explorer or Estrong.
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    Well I personally like Root Explorer, however I'm not sure I would call it easy on the learning curve for non-techie users. If you want super easy try Android Mate. For a bit more techie use Astro....for pure techie use root explorer. I use a mix of all three depending on what I'm doing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PvilleComp View Post
    The File Manager from Adao Team is prety easy to use and works well.

    Root Explorer is also good but not free.
    I second File Manager from Adao Team. Free and easy.
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    used Astro for a while and really liked it until I rooted. I agree with the above that its not quite the simplest to use if you are a newbie. Now I use Root Explorer but thats a couple dollars.
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    Thanks, Everyone, for the suggestions.

    I was using Blackmoon, which was ok, but not too intuitive.

    thanks again,

    Jason.
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    Another +1 for Astro. It's been all I've ever needed.
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    I use astro but am looking for other options.
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    I use Super Manager.
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    Root explorer is my favorite if your rooted and if not then astro works good.
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    Another Astro proponent. It has some great tools in addition to being an excellent file explorer.

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