Nexus USB OTG FileManagerTrial

Nexus USB OTG FileManagerTrial

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This is the free trial version of Nexus USB OTG File Manager. You can test all functions on your USB device except the file copy and the file opening which have been disabled.
If you want to copy or open files, please get the full version.

Nexus USB OTG File Manager allows you to open and copy files from any USB mass storage device with a FAT32 or NTFS filesystem using the USB OTG port of your device, tablet or phone.

With a FAT32 filesystem, you can copy files to any USB mass storage device and manage your files on it (edit filenames, add directories, delete files) too.
You can also manage your files in the internal memory of your device.

This application has been designed for Nexus products which have an USB "OnTheGo" port, as the Nexus 5, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10, and the brand new Nexus 6 and Nexus 9. But it could work on any device with an USB OTG port Under Android 4.0 or later, including the last Android 5.0 Lollipop.

Root privileges are NOT necessary!

For now, FAT32 filesystem is supported for data read and write, and NTFS filesystem is only supported for data read. You can use USB sticks or SD card readers with any compatible USB OTG cable.

*** NEW FEATURE ***

You can now play playlists (m3u and m3u8 files) and multiple audio files (mp3, aac, m4a, flac, ogg and wav files) at the same time from your USB OTG mass storage device. For that, you need to install my new app Simple Music Player which exists in two versions:
- Free version: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kyuudroid.simplemusicplayer.free
- Paid version to support my developments and get some additional features in the future:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kyuudroid.simplemusicplayer

Once Simple Music Player is installed, select the files you want to play on your USB device, push the open button and select the Simple Music Player app.
This is a brand new feature, so if you have any issue, don't hesitate to send me an e-mail! Your feedback would be appreciated too.

*** FEATURES ***

Nexus USB OTG File Manager allows you to open your files directly from your USB device! You just need to have an app that can handle it. For audio and video, I advise you to use VLC.
The new Network Access authorization is only here for local use to be able to open the files. The app NEVER send or receive data to/from Internet.

Nexus USB OTG File Manager supports devices with multiple logical units (like a GPS with an internal memory and an additional SD card) and allows you to choose which logical unit you want to read.

Nexus USB OTG File Manager now includes an "Advanced Mode" which allows you to access to all the files of your device. You can now create files and directories outside of the official Android public directories. This is for advanced users only!

This is not an official Google application. Nexus brand is the property of Google.

Tags: nexus otg manager, nexus usb otg file manager.

Recently changed in this version

v1.5:
* Bug fixes
* Code cleaning
* Adding Spanish translation

v1.42: Some bug fixes

v1.41: Add of aac and m4a support with Simple Music Player for the full version.

v1.4:
* Some bug fixes.
* Update linked with Simple Music Player for the full version.


Comments and ratings for Nexus USB OTG FileManagerTrial
  • (51 stars)

    by Suvprit Bhowmik on 23/02/2015

    Can't open any file or play any can't even copy paste it says its a trail version and you have to buy the premium version to copy and play it costs about 120 rs not fare give us some solution developers using nexus 5 lollypop 5.0.1

  • (51 stars)

    by Hazem Hanna on 18/02/2015

    Keeps telling me that it has stopped working

  • (51 stars)

    by Mohamad Ebrahimi on 15/02/2015

    i want to get full version but it,s not support my country why is that???? (iran)

  • (51 stars)

    by Ralph Redjou on 05/02/2015

    Like most people (I am sure) I jumped the gun a bit by installing the VLC video player and then immediately tried to play a video. Unsurprisingly, it took a minute before the OTG FileManager recognized that VLC was now available. Once that kicked in it worked very fast. One problem with running VLC on top of OTG FileManager is that if you stop or pause the video you can't get it going again. Lol,

  • (51 stars)

    by Ankur Nigam on 04/02/2015

    No usb device seems to be connected is the message

  • (51 stars)

    by Schyler Songcuan on 24/01/2015

    It won't play movies or videos from my drive

  • (51 stars)

    by michael niehaus on 04/01/2015

    Every time I try to read my device the program force closes don't get it

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