Hacker News article File manager android is crashing due to an issue that caused the app to crash.
The issue appears to be related to a bug in the file manager which was first discovered by security researcher David DeMarco.
This bug, which affects both the android version of the app and the app itself, causes the app’s file manager to crash when it attempts to open an invalid file.
The bug is present in versions of the file-manager that are already available for Android.
However, this issue has been fixed in a recent version of Android and a fix has been issued for this bug as well.
According to Android Police, the issue was introduced when the Android file manager was upgraded to a new version of its underlying platform.
The upgrade also resulted in the addition of a “security feature” to the file management platform which prevented file managers from crashing on the latest Android version.
Android Police explains the security feature in more detail: “The app’s FileManager class has been updated to support the Android security feature that prevents file managers that are running on a newer version of an Android device from crashing.
The new feature allows file managers to access files from the app without an explicit request to open them.
The security feature prevents files from being opened by any app running on an older version of your Android device.”
A Google spokesperson told Ars that this bug was introduced in a new Android version, and is still a work in progress: “We have an internal fix for this issue which we will roll out to all users in a timely manner.
We have been working on this for several months and are continuing to investigate and fix this issue.”
A similar bug was found in the Microsoft Office app.
Microsoft’s Office app has been upgraded to version 4.0, which includes a security fix for the file problem, which should fix the issue for everyone.
The Microsoft Office 4.1 update is also available for download on the Microsoft website.
A Microsoft spokesperson said that the Microsoft app can be downloaded and installed without the need for a third-party app installer: “Microsoft Office 4 has been designed to work seamlessly with Android apps, so you don’t need to install any third-parties.
We are working to roll this out to every Office user in the next few weeks.
In the meantime, you can still download the Microsoft App for Windows and Office on your Android devices.
Microsoft Office for Android is now available on both the Play Store and Google Play.”
Ars Technica reports that Microsoft Office is now also available on the Google Play store for Android users who do not have an existing Office app on their device.
A Google spokeswoman told Ars: “In some cases, Google Apps for Windows is not available for the Google app for Android because it’s not installed on your device.
We’re working to get that fixed as soon as possible.”
This is not the first time that Google has had an issue with its file manager.
Last year, Android Police reported that the file managers file manager, as well as the browser and email apps, were crashing.
A week after that report, Google released a fix for that issue, which improved the performance of the other files manager apps.