Do you know you can still copy, move, view files on Android 11 OBB and Data folder without Root? Well, today I will be showing you a step-by-step guide to make this a success. Notably, Android 11 and above versions restrict its users from being able to view the files on the internal Android folder.
You might have observed that whenever you tried to open up your Internal Storage Android folder that everything turns out to be blank with a notice of the restrictions by Android. Many people, most especially those who love playing offline games find this very disturbing. Meanwhile, some have decided not to upgrade to the android 11 or later version because of this restriction by Android.
The good news today is that you can still be able to move your files and as well enjoy your modded/ offline games smoothly without Root. This guideline on how to view, copy, move files on Android 11 OBB and Data folder without Root is very simple that you can easily catch up provided you can follow the steps accordingly.
All you are required to do is to pay attention while reading and following the procedure. Moreover, you can equally be able to make use of this method on Android 12 smoothly.
The only requirement needed here is your Android 11 or 12 smartphone and X-plore file manager.
- X-plore file manager — Download for Google Play Store.
- No Root required!
Step by Step Guide to Move/Copy files on Android 11 OBB and Data folder
1: First and foremost, download the X-plore file manager from the given link above and give it Permission to “Allow access to manage all files” on opening.
2: After it opens, Click on the Internal Storage.
3: Navigate to the Android folder and open it. Now, click on either the Data folder or OBB folder depending on the one you want to view.
A pop-up requesting for “Special access to Internal Storage” will appear. Click on Continue on the Pop-up and move to the next step.
4: Once you clicked the continue button on the pop-up, a different page with list of files will surface. Ignore any other thing and look for a footer button “Use this Folder”.
After clicking on this button, a pop-up asking “Allow X-plore to access your files in Data?” Will surface. Kindly click on Allow Button.
You will notice that all your files in the Data or OBB folder of your Android 11 are now visible on the X-plore file manager.
5: You can now proceed by copying, moving, or deleting your desired files on the Android 11 Data and OBB folder without worries.
I will advise to always verify the file you’re about to move in to the OBB and Data folder. This is because your data can be stolen if malware gets access to these folders.