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ES File Explorer

by ES Mobile
Rated: All Ages

Price: Free Download
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
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  • Discover and pair bluetooth devices
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Latest Updates

What's new in version
  • V4.0.4.4
  • 1.Upgraded analysis feature
  • 2.Brand new homepage
  • 3.More friendly result page
  • 4.Bug fixed

Product Details

Product Features

  • Search through and manage your SD card efficiently
  • Select multiple folders and files at once
  • Explore your Bluetooth, LAN, FTP, and Local files
  • Press and hold icons for shortcut to operations
  • Learn functions quickly through icon legend page

Product Description

ES File Explorer gives you total control of your phone's file management. This handy utility lets you cut and copy, rename, search through, delete, and explore the properties of your phone's files and folders. You can create new folders as well. ES File Explorer also gives you direct access to your Application Manager, but with a cleaner interface.

ES File Explorer can manage your files by their functions, such as Local, Bluetooth, LAN, and FTP. For example, you can remotely search through the folders of your online WordPress blog via ES File Explorer's FTP functions.

With the settings, you have a full-range of customization options, including theme settings, layout settings, and showing and hiding tabs. You can also sort your files by name, type, size, or time modified. There are even "experimental Features" that you can test out, such as Bluetooth and Root options.
1)Fix Android 4.4 Kitkat external card compatibility
2)Auto upload modified network file

Cannot update? It's Google Android bug, you can delete data/data/ and retry(for root) or factory reset(no root)

Resume on fail;Fast switch;Gesture;Batch rename;GIF;Open as;Select range;New root,music player,task manager;m3u

New UI,Fast Access(Press menu),Multi-Windows,WiFi Send,Gestures,Theme,Root Explorer,..

V1.6 can be downloaded from our website

Technical Details

Size: 6MB
Developed By: ES Mobile
Application Permissions: ( Help me understand what permissions mean )
  • Discover and pair bluetooth devices
  • Enter Wi-Fi Multicast mode
  • Access the vibration feature
  • Open windows using the type TYPE_SYSTEM_ALERT, shown on top of all other applications
  • Write data to internal media storage
  • Write to external storage
  • Allows termination of background processes
  • Allows an application to uninstall home screen shortcuts
  • Change Wi-Fi connectivity state
  • Open network sockets
  • Access information about networks
  • Get information about the currently or recently running tasks: a thumbnail representation of the tasks, what activities are running in it, etc
  • Change network connectivity state
  • PowerManager WakeLocks to keep processor from sleeping or screen from dimming
  • Access information about Wi-Fi networks
  • Set the wallpaper
  • Connect to paired bluetooth devices
  • Read from external storage
  • Read only access to device state
  • Read or write the system settings
  • Allows installation of home screen shortcuts
Minimum Operating System: Android 4.0
Approximate Download Time: Less than 1 minute

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So what is ES File Explorer, and why would you need it on a Kindle Fire or the newer Kindle Fire HD series? The Kindle Fire doesn't include a good file manager app, but this one works exceptionally well on this tablet device and other for help with navigating the directories and much more.

Windows users can look at this ES File Explorer as the equivalent of the Windows Explorer file management application and navigation tool that has been the operating system from Windows 95 on. Mac users should think of it being like the Finder on the Mac OS and OS X operating systems, which is responsible for the overall user-management of files and such. If you've never used the Windows Explorer on your PC or the Finder on your Mac, then in all honesty you might find this app to be of little use.

Speaking subjectively, I had downloaded this app in its earlier version here for the primary purpose of easily finding files on my Kindle Fire, and copying PDF files to the 'Documents' directory. Have also used it to upload a variety of JPG images to the 'Pictures' directory when I have photos to review with clients and friends, and it really works quite well with tasks like this.

If you download and install it, you'll find that the interface is deceptively smooth and easy to operate if you're used to using file management on a PC and on a Mac. But it can be somewhat dangerous in operation if you don't use common sense: if you don't know what you're poking at, leave it alone.
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If you are familiar with Windows Explorer or the My Documents / My Computer features of Windows, you will feel right at home with this app. It is easy to quickly maneuver around on the file structure of your Kindle Fire and you can copy, paste, delete, etc. to your heart's content.

I picked this up for free in the Amazon App store about a year ago, and as I type this review the app is still free - if you have been looking for a good Explorer or file management app for your Kindle Fire, there is no need to look further as you should grab this one right away!
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The ES File Explorer has solved some of my more vexing problems with my Kindle Fire. For instance, let's say you download a pdf manual from a manufacturer. Kindle Fire handles that by keeping the item in the downloads folder of your browser.

Well, let's say you actually want that document, in your documents folder. ES File Explorer solves that.

Very intuitive, but be careful as you will now have the freedom to delete some very important files.

Access and control of your content is what ES File Explorer serves up, and it does it with a nice looking interface and customizable themes.
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I bought the Kindle Fire for grad school to "organize" and keep my pdf's and research material on one device. The HORROR after two weeks of use, 30 pdfs, 5 textbooks, and 15 free ebooks later was maddening. I spent two days searching discussion boards before i finally picked up the buzzword "file manager" and searched for apps. Ijust downloaded this and almost cried with delight and relief. All of my documents instantly were uploaded and organized in folders with drop down list views like in windows explorer. Granted the naming convention for already exsting docs is a little annoying and I will probably spend my friday night renaming files, but its soo worth it! Now I have no more buyers remorse. This solves the "collection" and organizing documents problem new kindle users are facing.
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I have been using ES Explorer as my File Manager of choice for quite some time. I've tried other File Managers, and always found that they fell short in one way or another. Up until now, I have enjoyed ES Explorer immensely.

Until the most recent update. In an attempt to add tons of "bells and whistles", and (apparently) try to make the UI more "sexy", the developers have ruined what, for me, were the basic strengths of ES Explorer -- simplicity and cleanliness. One reason I chose it was because of its simple UI, which -- among other things -- allowed me to see ALL of my folders on a single (10.1" tablet) screen. Now, for some reason, they have chosen to space out the folder icons so that 80% of the screen is "white space" -- and I have to scroll 4 times just to see all of my folders! Oh, they added the ability to use "small icons" -- but that just reduces the size of the folder icon, and they are STILL spaced WAY out, making extremely inefficient use of the screen space. Then, they figured that they hadn't "stolen" enough screen space, so they added a side menu bar, a bottom left tool bar, a bottom right tool bar, and an upper menu bar -- all of which serves to reduce the "folder space even further. I feel like I'm running a Web browser with half a dozen toolbar plug-ins!

Then they decided that the previous interface was too simple, too direct, too intuitive. So they moved everything around, changed how you access various things, and basically added "taps" to get to almost everything that I got to directly before. All of the new "features" now mean that you have to sift through additional (unwanted) tool bars, menu options, and extra "taps".
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downloading es file explorer onto my kindle fire 7"HD
Pull down the top menu, click sync. Then it should be shown in apps, under cloud. Click on it to install.
Dec 15, 2012 by rlmitchell |  See all 17 posts
Transfer From ES File Explorer to Laptop
The "sd card" on the Kindle Fire HD is actually a folder - not a physical SD card. I think the folder's location is /mnt/sdcard. I had read that plugging a Kindle Fire into a Windows machine's USB port causes it to mount like a flash drive (Mac users have to install the Android File... Read More
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ES file explorer can't open my google drive any more
I am having the very same issue. Any solutions?
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