Android Commander 0.7.9.11
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What's new in Android Commander 0.7.9.11:
- Updated adb and aapt binaries
- Better work with JB
- Better updates checking system (disabled as default)
- Files and partition size display improvements
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- 1.4 MB
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- C: \ Mobile Phone Tools \ Others
As most programs in its category, Android Commander delivers various integrated components especially created for an aspect of the big picture such as file exploring, application management, device information, console, flashing capabilities or app signing.
Manage files with ease and access a clean GUIFeaturing a rather well-built graphical user interface, Android Commander manages to pull of an intuitive approach to the whole concept of managing your Android device. First things first, this piece of software does a pretty good job at helping you exploring the contents of your mobile phone or tablet.
With Android Commander, you have no restrictions whatsoever for copying multiple files and folders from and to your device and even delete alongside the native drag and drop support. You can also edit the permissions of specific files and folders while accessing their properties.
Look for items, install and uninstall appsThe program also aids you in your app installation process whether they are a batch or not, and also choose between private, update or system app as the mode of installation as well as during uninstallation.
The “search bar” allows you to perform various lookup actions as well as directly open URLs within the device browser.
Bring up data about your device and flash itYou can also check out your device information and get details about the ROM, the available partitions and basic battery (no cycles included).
If needed, you are able to connect to your device through the console and run shell commands as well as scripts directly from the PC. Android Commander also delivers to right tools to use if in need of flashing your phone or tablet.
Bottom lineTo conclude, Android Commander is not far from the complete toolkit and that can only come as very good news. It does not put a strain on the computer’s performance, the response time is good and there are sufficient options to keep you busy for quite a while. Moreover, we did not come across any errors, crashes or bugs in our tests.
Android Commander was reviewed by Alexandru Pintilie, last updated on August 18th, 2014
Runs on: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 7 64 bit