As you know, it is possible with the shell component to get the modified date
However sometimes a directory contains a lot of files and the ls -l command crashes from about more than 600-700 files. I wanted something which has no crashes or lags so I wrote this very simple extension:
It is a faster and better solution to get modified date.
Blocks what you can use:
How to use extension:
Here is an example (remember that it works both with files and folders, not just one of them!):
Your path mustn’t start with
As you can see, you don’t have to write “/” after the folder name.
If the object does not exist or it’s modified date is not accessible, it will return to the devices “zero” time (which is not actually zero but the system can’t think of time e.g. before 1970).
Download: com.robertcrum.GetModDate.aix (6.1 KB) It should work on all Android devices from 4.4.