Server Message Block Protocol known as SMB, is one of the more popular ways to transfer files across the network, it has built this Protocol in Windows for more than 20 years, but with the increasing security vulnerabilities in Windows has been to dispense with the first version of this Protocol SMBv1 in 2014 and is no longer Windows 10 included.
In another thread regarding the duration of the file Solid Explorer on Android, which is inarguably the best in his field, still only works with the joint SMBv1, thus leaving the user the servers the files are open to security risks, and to consider and update the app to support the second generation of file transfer SMBv2 which is much safer.
This is one of the new additions to the app, others have been improved compatibility with Android version oreo, and delete permission to the phone, and the ability to disable the text editor and freeze the transfer of files to the cloud, with fixes for some minor issues. Finally the update is now live on the app page on the store Google Play update it moved to here, or get it with the APK from here.
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