Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Tomi File Manager support to Change File Permission and more

Hi all, 

Tomi File Manager is a featured file manager application, intuitively groups music, pictures, videos, documents, downloads and applications in categories,and focuses on providing simple and fast management solution to YOUR OWN files on mobile devices. 

Download Tomi File Manager Now:
Google Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ls.filemanager
On Dropbox: https://www.dropbox.com/s/1ovubciwjy...le_Manager.apk
Please vote features you want here:http://forum.xda-developers.com/andr...lease-t2801049
The history vote result list on 2nd floor.

Version: 1.4.0
Size: 2.5MB
Support: Android 3.0 and above

Changes to v1.3.3
1. New tool for remounting file system as read & write;
2. Change File Permission; (Root required)
3. Change Owner/Group (Root required);
4. Tomi Editor supports automatically remount system file;
5. Compress Music, Pictures, Videos, Documents, and Downloads to target folder;
6. Improved Hide List to Music, Pictures, Videos, and Documents;
7. Support Slide Show in Tomi Image Browser;
8. Display music properties (name/artists/...) in details;
9. Fixed bug of cannot load path to external SD Card in Common tag; 

10. Some minor bugfixes 

Highlights of Tomi Free File Manager

☆ Organize Files Into Distinct Category: Focus on users’ own music, picture
s, videos, documents, downloads and applications, and create an easy simple but high-efficiency way for management. 
☆ Visualized Storage Usage Statistics: Show statistics to local storage usage in visualized pie chart with distinct colors which represent different types of files, external SD card supported. 
☆ Fast & Intuitive: Simple to use, super-fast and smooth UI, plus high-efficiency user experience

Features of Tomi File Manager for Android

► Music Manager
► Picture Manager
► Video Manager
► Document Manager
► Application Manager
► Download Manager
► Full Directory Explorer & Manager
► Root Explorer
► Remount system file as read & write

Video Tutorial: 

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