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Manage your cifs/nfs network shares on your Android device (root access needed). This little app allows you to conveniently mount/unmount your network accessible file resources and access your data transparently via your favourite Android app (playing music / videos, accessing documents etc.).

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Recently changed in this version

Changes in v1.5a:

- improved compatibility with various Launchers
- removed permission to write to external storage/sdcard
-- you are still able to use/create mountpoints on your sdcard ;)
- username now mandatory share parameter (default value "guest")

Comments and ratings for CifsManager
  • (46 stars)

    by Justin Chudgar on 13/06/2014

    Contrary to desc., there is no NFS Support.

  • (46 stars)

    by Matthew Scott on 02/06/2014

    Shouldn't even be on here anymore its so out of date. Doesn't work.

  • (46 stars)

    by HC Saustrup on 10/05/2014

    CifsManager doesn't seem to use the new UNC-method for mounting CIFS-shares on kernel 3.4.0+, and therefore doesn't work on devices running CyanogenMod 11+. If you get "Invalid Argument", that is probably why. Also, auto mounting based on the current wifi SSID would be an awesome feature, ie. certain shares would always be mounted when you're at a certain location. It didn't work on Kitkat / Cya

  • (46 stars)

    by Alex KF on 29/04/2014

    Создает папки, которые после сноса проги не каждый фм удолить может

  • (46 stars)

    by Josh H on 20/04/2014

    I couldn't get this to mount my share at all. I kept getting error running command su or something like that. i cant see the error message now since ive uninstalled it because its absolutely useless. I would need to root my brand new s5 and void warranty? not an option. mounting shares should have been built into the os by now! sorry for the bad review it simply doesn't work out

  • (46 stars)

    by Daniel Strom on 27/03/2014

    Please add 'noperm' as a default option on kitkat, otherwise it doesn't work. However, even with 'noperm' added, I am still unable to make writes, so perhaps you can look at whatever option is required for this (this is not an issue with your app, as I can mount manually through terminal IDE and I still can't make writes. I've tried on a public samba server, too)

  • (46 stars)

    by Phone MTK on 23/02/2014

    Rely on the cifs.ko file which is missing on my phone. The "No such device" error is misleading.

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