CifsManager

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
84
4.2
User ratings
1395
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
Feb 16, 2015
Unstable Connection It works great, when it works. Requires a lot of fiddling and randomly drops the connection while still appearing connected, usually resulting whatever app is accessing the share to crash or see folders but mysteriously not open files if it's a file manager. Also makes it near impossible to unmount anything because some app is always using the broken share, why nobody knows, you can't unmount nothing because something is using the empty folder. Host system is running Windows 8 Pro and is on a stable Ethernet connection. Continued operation of this app requires constantly changing the mount point, lots of force quitting apps, reboots, and crashes. Sometimes unexplainable phenomena occur, like the share no longer appears in ES File Manager, but my album keeps playing on VLC and I can skip tracks. This was a 800MB lossless album there's no way it was cached that quickly without me noticing.
A Google User
Feb 15, 2015
Not upfront about kernel requirements Guess it would be cool if it worked. Any cifs.ko for stock Nexus 6 out there?
A Google User
Feb 14, 2015
No Such File or Directory This may be a problem with kernels which do not include CIFS.KO modules, but YOU try finding one for an SM-T310 i9300 running 4.4.2. No solution provided, users not even guided in right direction. Even with a rooted device this won't work for most. Crapware for most users.
A Google User
Feb 2, 2015
Ok Ok
A Google User
Jan 22, 2015
Can't mount I'm able to access my nas through es explorer and android. I'm able to edit fstab on Ubuntu and mount my nas through cifs. On my windows machine I also have it mapped. So why can't this 'app' mount?