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How Apkshellext 12 Can Help You Manage Your Mobile App Collection


What is apkshellext 12 and why you need it




If you are a mobile app developer or enthusiast, you probably have a lot of app files on your computer. These files have different extensions depending on the platform they are designed for, such as .apk for Android, .ipa for iOS, and .appx or .appxbundle for Windows Phone. However, Windows Explorer does not recognize these files by default, and does not show their icons or information. This can make it hard to identify and manage them.


That's where apkshellext 12 comes in handy. Apkshellext 12 is a Windows shell extension that adds support for mobile app files in Windows Explorer. It can show icons, package information, tooltips, batch rename options, and app store shortcuts for these files. It supports .apk (Android), .ipa (iOS), and .appx/.appxbundle (Windows Phone) formats. It is a free and open-source tool that you can download from GitHub. In this article, we will show you how to install, use, and uninstall apkshellext 12 on your Windows PC.




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How to install apkshellext 12 on your Windows PC




Installing apkshellext 12 is very easy and straightforward. Here are the steps you need to follow:


  • Make sure you have the .NET framework installed on your PC. You can download it from Microsoft's website.



  • Download the latest release of apkshellext 12 from GitHub. You will get a .zip file containing the main dll file and some language satellite dlls.



  • Extract the .zip file somewhere on your PC. You won't be able to move the dll file later, so put it somewhere out of sight.



  • Run install.bat as an administrator. This will register the shell extension on your system.



  • Restart Windows Explorer or your PC to see the changes.



How to use apkshellext 12 to view and manage mobile app files




Once you have installed apkshellext 12, you can start using it to view and manage your mobile app files in Windows Explorer. Here are some of the features that apkshellext 12 offers:


Show icons for mobile apps in Windows Explorer




Apkshellext 12 can show icons for mobile app files in Windows Explorer, making it easier to identify them. It can extract icons from .apk, .ipa, and .appx/.appxbundle files and display them according to their platform. For example, Android apps will have a green icon, iOS apps will have a blue icon, and Windows Phone apps will have a purple icon. You can also customize the icon size and quality in the settings. Here is an example of how apkshellext 12 shows icons for mobile app files in Windows Explorer:


Show package information in the tooltip




Apkshellext 12 can also show package information for mobile app files in the tooltip. When you hover your mouse over a mobile app file, you will see a tooltip with the app name, version, size, package name, and other details. This can help you quickly check the information of an app without opening it. Here is an example of how apkshellext 12 shows package information in the tooltip:


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Batch rename .apk files with custom patterns




Apkshellext 12 can also help you batch rename .apk files with custom patterns. This can be useful if you want to organize your .apk files by app name, version, package name, or other criteria. To use this feature, you need to select multiple .apk files in Windows Explorer, right-click on them, and choose "Batch rename .apk files" from the context menu. You will see a dialog box where you can enter a custom pattern for renaming. You can use variables such as %AppName%, %Version%, %Package%, %Size%, %Date%, etc. to create your own pattern. You can also preview the results before applying the changes. Here is an example of how apkshellext 12 can batch rename .apk files with custom patterns:


to install, use, and uninstall apkshellext 12 on your Windows PC. If you have any questions or feedback, feel free to leave a comment below.


FAQs




Here are some of the frequently asked questions and answers about apkshellext 12:


  • Q: What are the system requirements for apkshellext 12?



  • A: Apkshellext 12 requires Windows 7 or later, and .NET framework 4.0 or later.



  • Q: Does apkshellext 12 support other file formats besides .apk, .ipa, and .appx/.appxbundle?



  • A: No, apkshellext 12 only supports these three file formats for mobile app files.



  • Q: How can I change the settings of apkshellext 12?



  • A: You can access the settings of apkshellext 12 by right-clicking on any mobile app file and choosing "Apkshellext settings" from the context menu. You can change the icon size and quality, the tooltip information, the batch rename pattern, and the language of the shell extension.



  • Q: Is apkshellext 12 safe to use?



  • A: Yes, apkshellext 12 is safe to use. It does not contain any malware or spyware, and it does not modify or damage your mobile app files. It only reads and displays information from them.



  • Q: Where can I find more information about apkshellext 12?



  • A: You can find more information about apkshellext 12 on its GitHub page. You can also report issues, request features, or contribute to the project there.





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