Solid Explorer Is Now Optimized For Android TV And Chrome OS

Solid Explorer Is Now Optimized For Android TV And Chrome OS

In the years since it was released, Solid Explorer has built its reputation as one of the top file managers available for Android. It was installed over a million times and has a rating of 4.6 in Google Play Store. The popular file manager has finally made its way to Android TV and Chrome OS.

Usually, Android TV devices are shipped without any file manager. A user needs to go to the Play Store and install one to manage files. By all means, it’s not an easy task. While there are a lot of managers available, not many offer similar quality as FX File Explorer or Solid Explorer. The latter is finally available on Android TV and gets along nicely with every remote controller.


A version compatible with Android TV brings the same interface as the mobile app. By default, it opens two columns that allow moving files conveniently. When your system is rooted, you can even easily edit build.prop or other data without additional applications.

The newest Solid Explorer is also optimized to work on Chrome OS. Google’s operating system is first non-mobile OS that received official support from a Polish company NeatBytes. Before installing, please keep in mind that you can freely use the application for 14 days. After the testing period, you can either buy a license via in-app purchase or uninstall it. To get the latest version of Solid Explorer, head over to Play Store.

Solid Explorer File Manager
Developer: NeatBytes
Price: Free

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Tomek Kondrat

In his 30's. Joined XDA in 2011 and the portal in 2013. Senior Moderator and Developer Committee Leader. Android enthusiast that needs to have his devices rooted. Likes football (the real one), travels, TV shows, Kodi, post-rock and good food. Contact: [email protected]

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