在Android Studio中打开File Explorer

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Can anyone tell where the file explorer is located in android studio ?

I tried to search in windows menu but there isn't any option like "show view" that used to be in eclipse.

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You can start Monitor from the Android Studio (green robot icon on the toolbar, to the left of the help icon). From the monitor you can select File Explorer tab.

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Maybe they also have a built-in DDMS perspective as they do in Eclipse, but I couldn't find it. –  Alex Jul 13 '13 at 9:48
 
NOTE: For me, clicking on the Device Monitor first popped up a window asking for the location of the SDK. This was located at C:\users\<USER>\AppData\Local\Android\android-sdk\ . After putting in the correct SDK it worked. –  bcorso Jul 16 '14 at 20:58
 
For me, when I'm using a real device I need to disconnect and connect again in order to ADM recognize it. –  Fernando P. G. Feb 20 at 14:32

This works on Android Studio 1.x:

  • Tools --> Android --> Android Device Monitor (this open the ADM)
  • Window --> Show View
  • Search for File Explorer then press the OK Button
  • The File Explorer Tab is now open on the View

Hope this help.

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Then the Android Device Monitor window will pop up. Click on the emulator & File Explorer.

Shared Preference files should be in:

DDMS-> File Explorer ->data -> data -> MY_PACKAGE_NAME -> shared_prefs -> YOUR_PREFERENCE_NAME.xml

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It is very Simple brother Click on the Android Device monitor(ADM) just below the Help menu then the on ADM select your file explorer from left screen menu or for more details go here It may Help U thanx

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1- menu, "Tools" -> "Android" -> "DDMS (monitor included)" 2- Open the File Explorer tab.

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Do you mean Project Explorer? Click 'Project' tab on the left edge of Android Studio.

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No @marmelade, I meant file explorer. I wanted to open SDCard. –  viedee Jul 13 '13 at 9:46

Android Device Monitor is a part of ANDROID SDK.

You can found it here: C:\android-sdk\tools\lib\monitor-x86\monitor.exe or C:\android-sdk\tools\lib\monitor-x86_64\monitor.exe.

Run it for monitring or exploring files on the AVD.

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If you want the basic answer to have the files on the left-hand side, just go on "View" then "Tool Buttons", you will then be able to choose "project".

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