Total Commander – file manager 3.21b3 beta APK Download by C. Ghisler
Android version of Total Commander Desktop File Manager (www.ghisler.com).
Important Note: This app does not contain any advertising. However, it contains an “Add plugins (download)” link in the home folder. This is treated as an advertisement by the Play Store as it links to our other applications (plugins).
– Copy, move entire sub-directories
– Drag & Drop (long press on the file icon, move icon)
– Rename in place, create directories
– Delete (no recycle bin)
– Zip and unzip, unrar
– Properties dialog box, modify permissions
– Integrated text editor
– Search function (also for text)
– Select / deselect groups of files
– Select by tapping file icons
– Select the range: long press + release on the icon
– List of installed applications (integrated plugin)
– FTP and SFTP client (plugin)
– WebDAV (web folders) (plugin)
– LAN access (plugin)
– Plugins for cloud services: Google Drive, Microsoft Live, Dropbox
– Root support for main functions (optional)
– Send files via Bluetooth (OBEX)
– Thumbnails for images
– Two panels side by side or virtual two panel mode
– Directory history
– Media player that can stream directly from LAN, WebDAV and cloud plugins
– Configurable button bar for changing directories, internal commands, launching applications and sending shell commands
– Simple help function in English, German, Russian, Ukrainian and Czech
– Optimizations for the visually impaired, such as icon text
– Main program languages supported: English, German, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Chinese Simplified, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish, Ukrainian and Vietnamese.
– Public translation via crowdin.net/project/total-commander
About the new “SuperUser” authorization:
This permission is now requested to improve how Total Commander works on rooted devices. It tells the SuperUser application that Total Commander supports root functions. It has no effect if your device is not rooted. Root functions allow Total Commander to write to system folders such as / system or / data. You will be notified before anything is written if the partition is write protected.
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