If you're not using Root Explorer on your rooted Android phone or tablet, you should be. It's an easy way to work with the files on your device, using a graphical interface that so many of us are used to. To make a good thing even better, while updating things to work with Gingerbread (thanks to the release of the SDK), Speed Software has added a couple changes to make things even better -- support for the upload dialog in the Dropbox app, and displaying the correct icon for installed applications instead of the generic icon it has used until now. With these changes, Root Explorer is now the only file browser I need on my rooted phones, and is the best $3.95 I've ever spent. There are a couple more screenshots, and a download link after the break.
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