Mount Manager

Mount Manager


♦♦ REQUIRES ROOT ♦♦
♦♦ YOU MUST HAVE EITHER A KERNEL THAT SUPPORTS CIFS OR THE MODULES TO LOAD TO ADD SUPPORT ♦♦
♦♦ BUSYBOX RECOMMENDED ♦♦

A simpler way to manage the remote shares (cifs/nfs) on your device. Mount and unmount the shares quickly.

Load multiple modules to support cifs and other file systems. View all mounts on your device.

Mount the shares to your devices file system then use an application like Astro File Manager, AndExplorer or ES Explorer to browse the share like it is right on your device.

♦ Automatic mounting when connected to WiFi.
♦ Automatic unmounting when disconnected from WiFi.
♦ Simple interface to support multiple modules to be loaded.
♦ Automatically load the modules when the device boots.
♦ Locale / Tasker plug-in to manage when and what shares should mount or unmount.
♦ Show how much space is used and free on the mount points.
♦ Simple interface so you don't need to know what options are available for mounting a share.

♦ Licensed Features
♦♦ No Ads
♦♦ Locale / Tasker Plug-in
♦♦ Backup / Restore the share settings data to/from your sdcard


Please email me if you have any issues so I can get them fixed and working on all devices.

Recent changes:
♦ Improved the checking if the mount is already mounted.
♦ Improved the adding of a share so the mount point is the true canonical path. This will help avoid duplicate mounts showing up.
♦ The log now orders entries with the newest at the top
♦ Added the ability to log in to individual shares via Long Press on the share.
♦ Shares requiring a user/pass that has not been saved will display a login dialog when attempting to mount the share.
♦ fixed bug in the login activity
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100,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About Mount Manager
♦♦ REQUIRES ROOT ♦♦
♦♦ YOU MUST HAVE EITHER A KERNEL THAT SUPPORTS CIFS OR THE MODULES TO LOAD TO ADD SUPPORT ♦♦
♦♦ BUSYBOX RECOMMENDED ♦♦

A simpler way to manage the remote shares (cifs/nfs) on your device. Mount and unmount the shares quickly.

Load multiple modules to support cifs and other file systems. View all mounts on your device.

Mount the shares to your devices file system then use an application like Astro File Manager, AndExplorer or ES Explorer to browse the share like it is right on your device.

♦ Automatic mounting when connected to WiFi.
♦ Automatic unmounting when disconnected from WiFi.
♦ Simple interface to support multiple modules to be loaded.
♦ Automatically load the modules when the device boots.
♦ Locale / Tasker plug-in to manage when and what shares should mount or unmount.
♦ Show how much space is used and free on the mount points.
♦ Simple interface so you don't need to know what options are available for mounting a share.

♦ Licensed Features
♦♦ No Ads
♦♦ Locale / Tasker Plug-in
♦♦ Backup / Restore the share settings data to/from your sdcard


Please email me if you have any issues so I can get them fixed and working on all devices.

Recent changes:
♦ Improved the checking if the mount is already mounted.
♦ Improved the adding of a share so the mount point is the true canonical path. This will help avoid duplicate mounts showing up.
♦ The log now orders entries with the newest at the top
♦ Added the ability to log in to individual shares via Long Press on the share.
♦ Shares requiring a user/pass that has not been saved will display a login dialog when attempting to mount the share.
♦ fixed bug in the login activity

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A Google User
Jun 20, 2014
64kg as six
A Google User
Jun 20, 2014
Good
A Google User
Jun 19, 2014
Not working on CM11-M6 There's no /proc/modules here (and lsmod is not working), but with CONFIG_CIFS=y this should not matter.
A Google User
Jun 13, 2014
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A Google User
Jun 9, 2014
Does not work in Kitkat. It will appear to work, but all mounted folders are EMPTY. There have been "fixes" posted for those who wish to muck around on the command line, but this app sorely needs updated. Developer dead or something?