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  1.    #1  
    Hi,
    I must be missing something very obvious,
    but I can't find a way to access all my folders,files on my touchpad without connecting it to my PC.

    Surely there must be a way to manage file an folders without having to do that?

    For example, I read some PDF files online, but the Touchpad downloaded them before it let me read them.
    How to simply find/access the downloads folder and delete them?

    Also, how to create a new folder, give it a name, and move files into it?

    Just basic file managing?

    Thanks.
  2. #2  
    Quote Originally Posted by theVenerable View Post
    Hi,
    I must be missing something very obvious,
    but I can't find a way to access all my folders,files on my touchpad without connecting it to my PC.

    Surely there must be a way to manage file an folders without having to do that?

    For example, I read some PDF files online, but the Touchpad downloaded them before it let me read them.
    How to simply find/access the downloads folder and delete them?

    Also, how to create a new folder, give it a name, and move files into it?

    Just basic file managing?

    Thanks.
    First you need to install preware, then install the file manager "Internalz Pro"
  3. #3  
    Search HP App Catalog for 'file manager' ... there are few of them - both free and non-free ... can't believe users are not searching App Catalog first ... it is not like there are 100 000 apps to check ... there are only few ...
  4. #4  
    Quote Originally Posted by artxxork View Post
    Search HP App Catalog for 'file manager' ... there are few of them - both free and non-free ... can't believe users are not searching App Catalog first ... it is not like there are 100 000 apps to check ... there are only few ...
    I didn't search because, for me, it's been a native program that's been on my pcs' since windows came out. For a long time I thought if it wasn't there, it wasn't on the OS. It took me a while to start thinking, "Oh, maybe there's a patch for that." And then "Oh, maybe there's an app for that."
    You plug your phone in?
  5.    #5  
    I've got preware installed,
    And I was trying to run 'FileMgr' it didnt do anything.
    I didnt realise I needed to run 'internalz pro', thanks

    As for why didnt i search?
    Of course I searched, but nothing came up when i searched 'file browser''

    I dont think i tried ' file manager'




    Anyway, Thanks again
    Last edited by theVenerable; 04/27/2012 at 07:51 PM.
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    Try Commander. It's free in the WebOS catalog.

    The reason why there isn't a built-in file manager is that WebOS tried to get away without needing one. It largely succeeds, but there are still occasions when it's nice to have one.
  7.    #7  
    thanks, I have commander and internalz now:-)
  8. #8  
    I've been using Gemini. Costs a few pennies but nice fearures. I also have Commander and Internalz, but use Gemini most.

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