Android’s user-visible file system is one of its advantages over iOS. This allows you to more easily work with files, opening them in any app of your choice. But Android doesn’t include a file manager app by default.
All-In-One Toolbox is a quite useful app. It’s not only the system cleaner for Android, but also one of the most popular file management app, it’s packed full of powerful features like the ability to rename, cut, move, copy, delete and compress them, and it’s free.
You probably don’t want to spend time moving files around and arranging your device’s file. Bear in mind that many of the folders you see when you open your file manager are created and used by apps for their cache files, so you shouldn’t remove them. However, you can free up space by removing unnecessary files stored here.
File Management Basics
There are quite a few folders created already that you might want to use, including the following:
DCIM: Photos you take are saved to this folder, just as they are on other digital cameras. Apps like Gallery and Photos display photos found here, but this is where the underlying image files are actually stored.
Download: Files you download are saved here, although you’re free to move them elsewhere. This is where all kinds of junk files stored.
Movies, Music, Pictures, Ringtones, Video: These are folders designed for storage of your personal media files. When you connect your device to a computer, they give you an obvious place to put any music, video, or other files you want to copy to your Android device. You’re free to browse the file from All-In-One Toolbox.
If you have an SD card, you can remove the SD card from your Android device and insert it into an SD card slot into your computer, managing it that way. The SD card will appear as a typical connected storage device in your file manager, just as USB flash drives do.
How to use file manager in All-In-One Toolbox
It’s quite straight forward, go to All-In-One Toolbox > Toolbox ＞File manager, tap file manager icon, and all the files will display. Long press the file you want to manage, and then All-In-One Toolbox will give a list of options to choose, like delete, compress(zip and unzip), rename and move.
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