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Mar 27, 2018

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How to Browse / Open SD Card Files on Chrome for Android





There are some things you never knew existed on an Android phone. Android OS is wonderful and I really love it, no doubt. Do you even know that you can browse / open your SD card via a browser? Ofcourse it's possible.

You can access your SD card through Chrome browser on Android. But what you can't do is to delete, move or rename a folder. You will only view folders, open them, play music, play videos and view images.

It's very simple. I'll quickly show you how to access your local storage (SD card) on Chrome browser for Android.


How to Browse / Open SD Card Files On Chrome for Android


To open SD card stored files in your phone using Chrome browser, just type this in Chrome address bar file:///sdcard/

Then press GO.

It will open the contents (both hidden folders) of your SD card. You can tap on any folder to open it. Your file structure is displayed clearly in the browser itself. Though there are some Directory you would want to open but you will get an error message like "Access to the file was denied".

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  1. That is very interesting... Thanks for sharing us this tutorial

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  2. Enter your comment...thanks for the tutor

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  3. It's similar to how it's done on PC over Wi-Fi. Thanks for sharing the info

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  4. Woow nice having been finding it difficult to locate my SD... Thanks for the help

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  5. Wow nice write up, you have done a very good job @entclass, this would help a lot.

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