Can I get a faster way to the Downloaded Files folder?
When a documents or application downloads from a browser (in contrast to mounting straight), the downloads open.
Or else, I can not appear to browse therein.
Exists a means, on a supply, un-rooted Android, to browse to the download checklist?
Update: checking out "File Manager", I see I've been looking at
/sdcard/download-- just how does this sight "generally" open after a documents download?
I'm on an HTC Incredible, Froyo 2.2, yet I would certainly anticipate this to be comparable for the majority of, no?
Just open the industry and also under food selection, you'll locate Downloads. An additional pointer, if there are applications you make use of a whole lot you can create a faster way to your homescreen by lengthy continuing a location of the homescreen where there is area for a symbol, select Shortcuts > Applications and also select anything to conserve to your homescreen. I made a couple of folders on my homescreen of applications, as an example one is called Games, one is called Utilities. After that I loaded them with the applications I make use of the majority of. Lengthy continue the homescreen, select Folders > New Folder, maintain it open and also continue the application launcher, lengthy continue anything you intend to conserve right into your folder and also it will certainly conserve there.
If you intend to add a faster way on your residence screen to your Downloads folder or any kind of various other folder for that issue get ASTRO File Manager (free). The application is rather valuable on it's very own, yet it additionally includes the alternative to create a faster way straight to any kind of folder on the homescreen. To do this, merely long click the homescreen, pick "Shortcuts", after that pick "ASTRO" after that pick the certain folder you desire a faster way to.
I had ASTRO for some time prior to I understood I can do this due to the fact that the alternative is tricking. In the beginning appearance I assumed it would certainly create a faster way to the application, not to a details folder like it does.
Edit : After reviewing Keith's comment I understood you are possibly speaking about market downloads. Because instance do what Al Everett said.