The Google Play Store has been home to all of the best file manager apps right from the beginning. Over the years, OEM manufacturers along with Google have come with their very own version of the basic Android file manager to help you locate, move and share files. While Android 6.0 Marshmallow comes with more features than you can count, it does seem to miss out on a file manager…or does it? With some efforts, users can gladly learn how to access and use the hidden Android Marshmallow file manager that comes built into the software. Although the file manager has been swept under the rug, you can use it whenever you need to access your core files. So go ahead and check out the hidden Android Marshmallow file manager with the help of these steps.

Step 1: Go to the Settings app

Access the app drawer and look for the Settings app, or simply slide down the notification bar and tap on the gear-shaped icon.

Step 2: Open Storage & USB and press Explore

hidden Android Marshmallow file manager Scroll down in the Settings app to find Storage & USB menu and tap on it. Apart from showing the available SD storage space available, the page also has an “Explore” tab at the bottom of it. hidden Android Marshmallow file manager    

Step 3: Use the hidden Android Marshmallow file manager

When you tap on Explore, a screen will come up after a few seconds, displaying the files stored on your Android device along with the folders. You can manage these files and folders, by creating new files and folders, deleting existing data, and editing them as well. hidden Android Marshmallow file manager   The minimal file manager from Google is not as diverse as the other file managers available, but it gets the job done. Since the file manager is hidden and not present directly in the app drawer, you may also want to consider downloading one of the best file manager apps for Android.
Source: CNET

What's my model number?

There are several ways to locate your model number:

Option 1
On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
Option 2
Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
Option 3
Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool

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