Application Backup: (User & System)
Add option to backup user and system installed application...
It provide facilities like,
Application full version number... (after backup app)
Backup, uninstall application,application full properties (app detail)...
Add option to backup installed and updated apps (like if we update app it must be shows on top of list like es explorer)
Ramesh Gokamalla commented
Highly recommending this feature to be added, For application backup using another application why don't you add this feature in our file loved manager. All in one application..
Backup option already exist in solid explorer, but it is not very comfortable to copy applications manually from app manager and than go to some directory and paste them there. I think it is not very hard to add some button to copy all or selected apks to backup folder. This is really needed option.
I don't want this feature added. Just because and idea sounds good doesn't mean it should be added. Solid Explorer is a file manager, please don't bloat it up it with unnecessary features.
I think Application Management Best Example is ES File Explorer.
So, we hope Solid Explorer app add App Management with advance feature...
Right now if you try to "delete" an app in User Apps, it says "The file system is read only".
Maybe you could replace the trash button to call the Uninstall process instead of trying to delete the APK from the actual filesystem?
useful features... require to add App management...
I agree. We should keep Solid Explorer simply a solid file browser. For the files backup, there are always third party softwares such as Ahsay, Acronis, iBackup etc to manage. I am currently using AhsayACB for my users and AhsayOBM for servers because it offers the most reasonable packages for me to handle 150 users’ computer and 100 servers. You could find the information you want from this link: http://tinyurl.com/ahsayobm
By the way, could solid explorer browse MS project with password associated? If that could happen, this could save me a lot of set up and licenses for MS project. Is that true?
Or is there helpful information you could provide me to understand more? Thanks.
Bikram Agarwal commented
Can I oppose an idea? Solid Explorer is a solid file browser. Don't over-complicate it with adding shit-load of "features". App management is a totally different category.