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Keep Your SD Card Tidy with Redirect File Organizer
I’d be willing to put money on the fact that many of you have copied some music or video files to your device really quickly, without organizing them beforehand. Perhaps some of you have also simply downloaded some images to folder without noticing. Most music players tend to search for music in a given music folder and skip the rest.
Luckily, there is Redirect File Organizer by XDA Forum Member RedirectDev. This developer created an app to automatically redirect selected types of files to a given folder. For example, audio files can automatically be moved to your music folder and videos to your movies folder. It’s quite handy, as it scans the entire content of SD card and moves all the files to desired folders.
This app can redirect files based on few criteria: Simple redirect handles all music and video files, whereas custom redirect handles other file types, and folder redirect is quite obvious. Files can also be redirected automatically when the name matches our predefined parameters. In other words, Redirect File Organizer will keep your internal storage nice and tidy for you.
If you want to try it, visit the application thread to get the newest APK. The Holidays are coming, so it’s perhaps a good time to clean up your SD card.
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