On the BoostApps Forum, user tAG has been trying out file explorer apps on his Sanyo Incognito. He found a couple that work, this one and another I can’t post because it’s commercial. According to the publisher;
“Royal File Explorer is a powerful File Manager for Java J2ME enabled mobile phones. It is the complete tool for managing your files on your mobile phone.
It has features like Copy/Paste, Rename, Delete, Create Directory, View File Properties, Read and Write Protection of files, Hidden Files.”
File explorer apps are generally only useful with Java ME phones that have a memory card. The phones’ internal memory is usually locked down and inaccessible to 3rd party apps. One possible exception is the Sanyo Mirro which supposedly has a folder in internal memory that is accessible.
I tried Royal File Explorer on my Motorola i776 and Motorola Rambler, neither of which support memory cards. It installs on both but isn’t usable .
On the Rambler it displays a blank screen and locks up.
On the i776 it shows a couple of empty directories but doesn’t let you do anything with them. There also seems to be a key mapping issue on the i776 as the left soft key, which is supposed to be the Menu key, doesn’t work and none of the other keys bring up a menu either.
For now the only phone that Royal File Explorer is known to work on is the Incognito. Leave a comment if you try it on a different phone and it works.
There’s another file manager on BoostApps called Ultimate File Explorer that is known to work on the i856 and other iDEN phones with memory cards.
Author: Royal Softs
Data Connection Required: no
Minimum Java ME profile: MIDP 2.0
Screen Size: All
Reported working on: Alcatel One Touch 803a , Nokia C2-00, Nokia C2-01, Sanyo Incognito, Sanyo Innuendo, Sony Ericsson K800i, Sony Ericsson w910i. LG KM900, Samsung Factor
Reported NOT working on: Motorola i776, Motorola Rambler, Samsung GT e2232, Samsung Rant
The app “Royal File Explorer” (21 KB) is ready to download or send to your phone as filename:”RoyalFileEx”.
Downloading uses paid data. Downloads are for basic phones that support Java ME such as Nokia S40 phones. They do not work on Android, Apple, Firefox or Windows phones.