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Jan 8th, 2020, 7:41 am
Solid Explorer File Manager v2.7.13 [Unlocked]
Requirements: 4.1+
Overview: This is Solid Explorer File and Cloud Manager.


New feature!
Now you can protect your files and folders with a password. If your device has a fingerprint sensor you can use it to open encrypted files without a need to provide the password. The same applies for cloud storages, which can now be accessed with the fingerprint as well.

- Material Design!
- Two independent panels serving as file browsers
- Rich customization options: icons sets, color schemes, themes
- Drag and Drop inside and between panels
- FTP, SFTP, WebDav, SMB/CIFS clients
- Ability to read and extract ZIP, 7ZIP, RAR and TAR archives, even encrypted
- Ability to create password protected ZIP and 7ZIP archives
- Cloud file manager: Dropbox, Box, OneDrive, Google Drive, Sugarsync, Copy, Mediafire, Owncloud, Yandex
- Root access makes Solid Explorer a fully functional root explorer
- Extensibility: more features in separate plugins available in Google Play
- Indexed search finds your files in a couple of seconds
- Detailed file information with storage usage statistics
- Batch rename: change names of multiple files at once using regular expressions and variables
- Useful tools: hiding unwanted folders, FTP Server (plugin), bookmarks, Chromecast support, media browser

Looking for a good file explorer with a sleek, modern look and many features? Good to see you here!
Solid Explorer is the best looking file and cloud manager with two independent panels, which brings to you a new file browsing experience.

This is the only fully featured file manager with Material Design you can find in the Play Store. It's better, faster and solid when compared to the competition. Apart from the ability to manage files in almost every location, it also gives you many customization options, such as themes, icon sets and color schemes. You can freely adjust the interface to match your taste. Dual pane file browsing with drag and drop greatly increases your productivity.

Solid Explorer is a great cloud file manager, because it provides you a wide support for cloud storages including Dropbox, Box, Google Drive, OneDrive, Mega and Owncloud. This file manager can also connect to your Windows PC and many remote servers working with FTP, SFTP and WebDav. By the way, you will appreciate the ability to create or extract most commonly used archive formats, such as ZIP, RAR and 7ZIP.
Maybe you're tired of ugly looking root explorer apps? This file manager will meet your needs. It features a root explorer with ability to change system level file properties. You don't need to remember about mounting file systems as read/write. Solid Explorer will do it for you automatically.

Solid Explorer is also a great file manager for viewing your media. It can arrange your photos, videos and music in one place for easy and quick access. It has a built in music player and image viewer, which even allow you to play remote content stored for example on your PC, Dropbox, OneDrive or Google Drive. The most cool thing is that the content can be casted to your Chromecast.

Just give it a try! You will not be disappointed.

What's New:
- fixed SFTP crash when displaying thumbnails

Mod Info:
Full version unlocked - no additional key needed;
Drive cloud works.

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Plugins for Solid Explorer: USB OTG Plugin v1.0.6 | FTP Server v1.2.5 | MEGA v1.1.3 [armeabi-v7a] [arm64-v8a] [x86] | Cast v1.0 | Amazon Cloud Drive & S3 v1.0.2


Icons Pack for Solid Explorer: Unfolded Icons v1.0 | Paper Icons v1.0 | Shadow Icons v1.0

Jan 8th, 2020, 7:41 am

Do not forget to thank and support the developers! If you like the app, buy it!
Jan 8th, 2020, 9:03 am
Thank you, man. Your posts always are solid.
Jan 8th, 2020, 9:03 am
Jan 8th, 2020, 3:28 pm
Thanks for the post!

I do have a problem with solid explorer lately though. The problem is probably phone/android related and I was wondering if anyone knows a solution?

After installing solid explorer tells me through a pop window that it ".. needs access to SD Card..". So I click on Grant then I can use Files to continue. Files opens up the root of the Memory Card (which is the SD Card but it is named differently). I can click on 'Allow access to "Memory Card" but then it tells me that the directory I just selected is incorrect. I assume it is because solid explorer is looking for "SD Card" and Files calls it "Memory Card". I know Huawei uses their own version of SD Card so that is probably the reason but I'm curious if some clever person figured it out.

I'm running Android 10 on a Huawei Mate 20 X. Other file managers work fine, like FX or File Manager+.
Jan 8th, 2020, 3:28 pm
Jan 10th, 2020, 12:41 pm
maxoverload wrote:I'm running Android 10 on a Huawei Mate 20 X. Other file managers work fine, like FX or File Manager+.

Since you have no issues with other file managers, then it's probably a compatibility issue with Solid Explorer, you're better off to contact the developer(s) and ask them if it's possible to improve compatibility with your device.
Jan 10th, 2020, 12:41 pm