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Manage Your Apk Files With Rooted Explorer
If you’ve got root access and you want a simple and clean UI to organise and manage your .apk files, why not try out Rooted Explorer (based on GPL).
Brought to our attention by XDA forum member ohseunghee, the application is based upon Open Manager. which enables copy/paste, renaming and deleting applications as well as installing and unzipping files and is useful for those of you who use Apps2SD.
Rooted Explorer helps you move /data/app to /system/sd/app and create a symbolic link with control over each application (so you can move only the large applications if preferred).
Requirements include root access, Apps2SD and BusyBox.
For more information and to download the application, visit the forum thread.
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