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Root-Enabled File Manager Makes its way into Latest CyanogenMod 10 Nightlies

November 1, 2012 - Written By Alexander Maxham

The team behind CyanogenMod 10 is at it again. The last time we heard of a new feature for CM10 it was their new CM Updater so you could update to the latest nightly more efficiently. Now the CyanogenMod team has added a root-enabled file manager in their latest nightlies. And I’ve got to say, the file manager looks beautiful! Many of you probably know, I love Android 4.x themed apps, mostly because I’m a huge user interface (UI) guy.

The root-enabled file manager is holo-themed as stated above, and while browsing through your many files on your device you’ll notice three modes. Safe Mode, Prompt User Mode, and Root Access Mode. With Root Access Mode, you’ll be able to access all files on your device, even the hidden ones. It’s pretty simple to use. I don’t think we need to show or tell you how to use a file manager right?

If you want to check out this file manager, head over to CyanogenMod’s website and download the latest nightly for your device. Let us know in the comments what you think of the new app/feature in one of the most popular ROMs ever to hit the Android community.

Source: Google+

Via: Android Police