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Yes, this is definitely possible! My recommended tool to accomplish this is Solid Explorer File Manager by NeatBytes. In addition to being a great file manager, it also creates a Share target named "Save to..." for saving any content as a file in your storage. I've personally used it for this purpose hundreds of times, and it works quite well. ...


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There are at least two such apps/sharing providers that I am aware of. The first and less universally-relevant is available on newer Xiaomi phones; it is the File Manager application (or one closely related to it); in the "Share..." options, it appears as a yellowish folder, with the caption "Copy To". When chosen, it lets you select ...


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EUREKA! I have found a way! After some deep "Guru meditations" I have had a "flash of a genius"... and found the way! It relates to the file system itself. The rule is that where it is a file with a given name in a folder, there cannot coexist a folder with the same name, so, if you, after the deletion of the folder, create a file with ...


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I installed a terminal emulator app on my Android smartphone (Terminal Emulator for Android, which is open source) then I used it to change directory (cd) to where the file was and removed the file (rm). You don't need to type the entire file name, you can use the terminal auto completion. On a Linux desktop, you could start typing rm file_n and hit the Tab ...


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