Android :: Need File Manager / That Open An HTML File From SD Card?
Jun 18, 2010
How come this is the only file manager on the market (that I've found... I went through quite a few) that can open an HTML file from your SD card? I was a loyal user of Estrogen until I found that it couldn't.
I have a html file local and it is having a link to mail me when i try to open that html file on mozilla firefox it is working fine but when load this html file on web view in android and try to open link of mail it says unsupported action.
How to load simple html file present in sd mmc card from web browser. It is mentioned in the net that due to security reasons this is not allowed. Is there any way to access the file from sdcard? Tried modifying private String homeUrl = "file:///sdcard/index.html"; in BrowserSettings.java file but browser throws an error "could not be loaded".
Just downloaded a file manager (two, actually - deciding which one I like best), but in accessing my SD card, I notices a bunch of folders with nothing in them. I'm wondering if this is possibly due to when I switched from my Motorola Droid, they allowed me to take that 16 gb card and put it in my Eris since I had some downloads and photos on it (and, yes, I had to buy a replacement 16 gb card for the Droid, so now I have an extra 8 gig card just laying around doing nothing). So I was wondering, does anyone else have these files? Are they safe to delete? Should I delete them or just leave them? Here is the "tree." I've indented sub folders five spaces and put in parenthesis if the folder/subfolder contains any files/info.
SD .bookmark_thumb1 (empty) .footprints thumbnails (empty) voices (empty) .voicerecorder voices (empty) Backgrounds (bunch of files I've downloaded. keeping this one) Cellebrite (not a "folder" - has a "page" icon and when I select it, it gives me a message "file type vcf not found") DCIM .thumbnails (empty) 100ANDRO (empty) 100MEDIA (pictures I've taken) Camera (empty) LOST.DIR (empty) download (.pdf I downloaded when I had my Droid. It's an instruction sheet for my jawbone headset) google_maps_navigation cache (7 .wav files and two other files. tilecache_ImageTileSt - both start with this, but I can't see the rest of the extension. One is 6KB, the other 163KB.) - When I play the .wav files, they give me "directions." I think it's to a place when I went when I had my Droid, but I don't remember and I certainly don't remember saving the location.
debug (empty) LOST.DIR (empty) prettyweather-googlecode-com clock (clock-default.zip) (bunch of other folders skins I think I downloaded when I owned the Droid and downloaded the BeautifulWidgets clock that looks like the one on the Eris) rosie_scroll (empty) tmp (empty)
Unfortunately I've had to factory reset my hero thanks to my son locking me out of it. I had co-pilot live installed and paid for. I've re-downloaded a file manager and can see it on my SD card. Can I get it back onto phone? Will it be easy or do I have to but it again. I don't think I can find the product key code which was sent by email.
I'm a novice user writing my first android application. I have the need to upload a file to a webserver from the device. I googled enough before joining this forum and not at one place did I find a suitable solution. I would like to know how to launch the file browser when user clicks on the "Browse" button to upload a file.
Trying to figure out why I can't open file attachments from emails. Received some pdf files and two doc files today. Tried opening files from email with pdf reader program and quickoffice or whatever its called. Neither type of file would open. Tried to download then open files with same problem. Files are definitely .pdf and .doc, just opened and rad them on laptop now. Also confused...is there any way to look at my SD card folders and files through a phone app? Can't figure out how to see anything other then my music and photos.
I cant copy big compressed (.zip, .rar) to my sd card. The item successfully copied but end with corrupted file (crc). I tried to fix with some software on net. But the is no can fix instead showing no problem. HY5001
I have to parse a HTML file using java. I have gone through a lot of HTML parsers, but seem to understand none of them. So please help me out with the type of parser that should be used for an android app and how to parse a HTML file.
This should be very simple, but I can't find the answer anywhere. How do I load an html file (which I assume I keep in res/raw folder) into a webview? neither mWebView.loadUrl("file:///raw/about"); or mWebView.loadUrl("file:///raw/about.htmal"); works. What's the correct syntax or arrangement.
I have a WebView on my Android application which loads (WebView.loadUrl()) different local HTML files from phone's internal storage. I would like to include some custom css styles for them, Now, I could have my app edit every HTML file and add linking reference for the CSS file.I could also read the file contents, add the CSS linking and use WebView.loadData() to load it.But is it possible to do this a lot simpler and efficiently.Note: The HTML files are downloaded from a website. So editing them manually is not possible in this case, but once downloaded they can be edited via the app if necessary.
We have a large HTML which contents 1000's of lines. But we want to show content of the HTML file that fits a single screen. We want provide a '>' kind of to show the next contents of the same HTML file. Our objective is to only display the HTML contents that fits the screen.Similar to reader application For user, it seems there are several pages. Is there any way in which we can achieve this functionality. Whether WebView has any function related to full fill the requirement.
Presently am displaying html file in web view and my emulator size 1024*600. If the html file is large then user is scrolling down to see bottom part of the html. I Need to break these html file in equal parts so that it fits exactly in my screen size. I don't want User to Scroll Down but load remaining part (next page) next time.
My open source application needs to browse local HTML files on the SD card, and WebView is not enough because I need history and bookmarks. I wrote the following code. It correctly opens the browser, but fails to reach catalog.html and in fact it just opens whatever page was last browsed:
Uri uri = Uri.parse("content://com.android.htmlfileprovider/sdcard/ myapp/catalog.html"); Intent intent = new Intent(); intent.setData(uri); intent.setClassName("com.android.browser", "com.android.browser.BrowserActivity"); startActivity(intent);
We have a large HTML which contents 1000's of lines. But we want to show content of the HTML file that fits a single screen. We want provide a '>' kind of to show the next contents of the same HTML file. Our objective is to only display the HTML contents that fits the screen.Similar to reader application For user, it seems there are several pages.
Verizon Galaxy Note 3, up-to-date, stock ROM, not rooted.
I have a 64gb MicroSD card installed, and put a copy of my photography website on it. I find I am unable to figure out a way to open it in Google Chrome.
I used ES File Explorer's FTP function to begin with, to copy files from my website to the card, and this worked beautifully. When I click on the index.html file on the card, the only options offered are HTML Viewer and some text editors. Chrome is not an option (Chrome is the default browser for my phone). I can try "Open as" and choose Chrome, but get the same error message as below.
If I long-press the file, and select Properties, I can copy the (full) Path for the file, but when I paste this into Chrome's URL bar, it won't open:
Access to the file was denied "The file at file:///storage/extSdCard/PhotoWebsite/index.html is not readable. It may have been removed, moved, or file permissions may be preventing access"
I have searched quite a bit, and tried various addresses, including localhost, localhost/mnt, content:, etc., etc., but nothing seems to work.
Ultimately I want to have a Bookmark in Chrome where I can view my website offline when necessary, but this seems to be more complex than would appear necessary.
I am newly working on Android technology. I have to read Xml file in which there are html tags such as <b>() so I have to remove these tags before display on screen. If you know any way to remove these before display.