CyanogenMod to Include a Root File Manager with their Latest Releases

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  • 01 Nov 2012
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  • The number one┬ácustom ROM for Android is continuing to evolve and integrate a great number of features. While it packs quite many functions, unlike some other custom ROMs out there CyanogenMod does not sacrifice the stability in favor of random implementations. It is an aspect that makes it the top favorite among Android enthusiasts.


    One feature CyanogenMod has been missing with their releases is a fully featured file manager. It seems that is about to change as the team behind this project will integrate an advanced file browser into their newest releases. The app will also be capable of accesing and handling system files with root features.

    The file manager also features a stylish UI, along with the basic options for copying and selecting files from the device’s internal memory or SD card. Look for it with the latest ROM releases of version 10, based on Android Jelly Bean.

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