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Root Browser is the Android app that acts as the root management tool which is aimed at the users with the rooted devices. The app works by granting access to numerous features that one cannot get access to unless the device has root privileges. In addition to the exclusive features for the rooted devices, Root Browser also offers the one with the identical tool as they normally find in any other file browser. One can have the ability to cut, copy, as well as move folders and files easily along with renaming the files.
Another one of its many great features, this app offers the user to have the option of choosing the attributes for any file i.e. read, write and run along with the ability to compress many documents in a single file. The search bar of the Root Browser makes it easy for users to search for any kind of ZIP or APK file. Install any APK file using AndroidAPKsfree app.
Features of Root Browser:
Some of the key features offered by Root Browser are as follows.
Access to the Root Directories:
With the advanced Root Browser, users can get access as well as explore through all of the Android root directories & sub directories.
With the Root Browser’s advanced feature, the user can make use of the SQLite Database Editor, multi-pane navigator, able to execute the script files, installation of zip files with clockwork recovery, changing ownerships and permissions for a file, and an APK analyzer.
Advanced File Explorer and File manager:
The app works as a full-featured file explorer that allows for one to transfer their content as well as copy, paste, compress, extract, unzip, delete and move files in-between local drives, cloud storage, and external storage.
From the Root Browser, one gets access directly to their files on Cloud storage options like Box, Google Drive, Dropbox, and One Drive. From there they can also transfer their files to the app and vice versa. The Root Browser also acts as a file manager for user’s mp3 files as well as a ringtone manager
The Cloud storage integration with the Root Browser allows for user to transfer their files from the eternal storage options as well as the on-the-go android devices. There is also the option to send the files via emails from the contacts list.
Organizing the device:
With the Root Browser, the user gets access to complete control over their device. By this feature, one can search for and access any of the files located in their system’s directory, sort them by name, size, and date, as well as create, copy, paste, transfer, move and delete any file.
Technical file information
- Package name:
- 18.104.22.168 (40000)
- File size:
- 9.1 MB
- June 29, 2020
- Minimum Android version:
- Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean, API 18)