Considering the mess of CyanogenPSP, an old project of mine that I wrote when I was around 16, I wanted to give my favorite handled one final contribution. CyanogenPSP, may *look good* and *work* well in the most part, however the code base that it uses is a huge horrible mess and I can't emphasize it any further. I'm noticing this now as I approach my final year in Computer Engineering. The file manager in it never even worked, the coding concepts used inside of it is very bad, many duplicate functions that do the same thing, no proper error handling, bad use of resources etc. I wouldn't want anyone to use that as a code base to anything, hence why I want to make one final contribution no matter how late it is. A final contribution with a clean, dev-friendly open source code base. My answer to this CM File Manager PSP - a minimalistic approach to a file manager with a variety of user friendly features. PS. I don't care how late this is, the PSP is an amazing device and I want to do this even if just 3-4 people are interested.
- MORE SCREENSHOTS
- Copy files/folders.
- Move files/folders.
- Delete files/folders.
- Multi file handling functions for copy/move/delete.
- File properties. (File size, creation time, modification time, access times, permissions)
- Creating directories.
- Renaming files/folders.
- Image viewer.
- Auto USB mount.
- Dark theme mode.
- Browse other drives like flash0 and flash1. (Please be careful not to delete/move/rename anything here)
- Built in FTP.
- Handling certain file archives.
- Media (music, pictures, reading text files)