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CifsManager


Manage your cifs/nfs network shares on your Android device (root access needed). This little app allows you to conveniently mount/unmount your network accessible file resources and access your data transparently via your favourite Android app (playing music / videos, accessing documents etc.).

Recent changes:
Changes in v1.5a:

- improved compatibility with various Launchers
- removed permission to write to external storage/sdcard
-- you are still able to use/create mountpoints on your sdcard ;)
- username now mandatory share parameter (default value "guest")
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Free
85
4.3
User ratings
1323
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
0
File size
51 kb
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About CifsManager
Manage your cifs/nfs network shares on your Android device (root access needed). This little app allows you to conveniently mount/unmount your network accessible file resources and access your data transparently via your favourite Android app (playing music / videos, accessing documents etc.).

Recent changes:
Changes in v1.5a:

- improved compatibility with various Launchers
- removed permission to write to external storage/sdcard
-- you are still able to use/create mountpoints on your sdcard ;)
- username now mandatory share parameter (default value "guest")

User reviews of CifsManager
ne fonctionne pas android2.2
Nov 25, 2011
does not work (galaxy tab), exec su failed
Oct 16, 2011
Fails with NFS
Sep 7, 2011
love this app
Jan 24, 2011
Ça marche tellement bien !!!
Jan 3, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Sep 21, 2014
Best SMB mounts app Best app of this kind. It works as expected.
A Google User
Aug 30, 2014
Works well with CM11 Just installed and tried on a Samsung SGS2 running CM11. Modules loaded immediately and folders connected fine.
A Google User
Aug 29, 2014
Doesn't Work on Sony Xperia Z Ultra Works like a charm on my Galaxy S II. But gives an "invalid argument" on my rooted Xperia Z Ultra using OFW as well as CFW. All of them (including Galaxy S II) are KitKat flavours.
A Google User
Jul 28, 2014
It's fine.
A Google User
Jul 27, 2014
Nice!