After I exited the app, my big GB videos were broken!
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I just had the same problem yesterday when I changed the folder my files were broken I only can see a part , I'm so sad bcs I need these videos, what can I do?
I changed the Aloha folder wherethere if I could see all my videos without problems and when moved to a folder in my phone, the files were broken
As per the new Google Play Policy changes and requirements, we would like to inform you about alterations to Aloha’s File Manager.
Files downloaded in Aloha Browser from now on are in the scoped storage. It will no longer be accessible in other applications on your device, except for the Aloha Browser File Manager. Also, you can no longer download files to any chosen folder on your device, except the folders in Aloha File Manager.
Your previously downloaded files, are still on your device, but according to the old settings, they can now be found in the following areas:
From now on files stored in SD card will have a quick access in Aloha’s File Manager, we have added SD card folder.
In regards to Public folder, according to the new Google Play policy; Files downloaded in Aloha Browser can be viewed, edited, shared, etc. Files downloaded in other applications, but stored in Aloha Browser can only be viewed and copied. To avoid confusion, such files has a “no editing’ icon in the upper left corner.
User’s privacy and security remains one of the most important criteria for us, therefore the Private Downloads folder remains safe and continues to work the same way as before.
Hi, yes the problem is, I have the files but,some files are well but others (videos) are broken, I only can see for example from a 5 minutes video I can see only 1 minute, any method to restore videos from Aloha?
Broken files can happen if the file migration was somehow disturbed, for example your device was shut down. If the file has been damaged, you should be able to find the original copy in device's native file manager - AlohaUsersDownload folder.
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