Citrix Files for Android

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Citrix Files for Android helps you exchange files easily, securely and professionally.

Designed for business, Citrix Files for Android is a file manager that offers secure data sharing and storage, customizable usage and settings, award-winning customer service, and tools that allow you to collaborate more easily and get your work done from any Android device — any time, anywhere.

What’s new in 1910

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 1909

Android 10 support

Citrix Files for Android is supported on Android 10.

Directly share files to Secure Mail

You can now share files directly to Secure Mail using the Share menu in Android.

What’s new in 1908

Checkin and checkout for files

Users can check out a file to edit and check the file back in after editing is complete. This prevents file conflicts and overrides by other users who might attempt to work on the same file using the native repository. Checkout places a lock on the file to prevent other users from opening the same file.

What’s new in 1907.5

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 1907

Android and 64-bit compatibility

Citrix Files for Android has been updated to the latest Android SDK and is fully 64-bit compatible.

New error reporting

Citrix Files for Android has been updated to use Firebase for error reporting. In addition, Citrix Files for Android now uses the latest Crashlytics SDK.

What’s new in 1906.5

Citrix Files for Android supports sharing of the latest version of files in personal cloud connectors.

What’s new in 1906

New product version numbers

As of this release, product version numbers appear in the format YYMM, where YY is the year and MM the month the product released. For example, a release in June 2019 appears as 1906.

In earlier releases of Citrix Files for Android, version numbers were following the format 7.version, where the version value incremented by one for each release. For example, the release following 7.6 was 7.7. Those earlier releases will not be updated with the new numbering format.

What’s new in 7.6.2

The MDX Toolkit SDK has been updated to the latest version.

What’s new in 7.6.1

This release addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

What’s new in 7.6

The MDX Toolkit SDK and Polaris Office SDK have been updated to the latest version.

Fixed issues

Fixed issues in 1910

  • QuickEdit for Android might exit unexpectedly when opening an attached document from Secure Mail. [CXM-70454]

  • MDX encryption might cause files to not open. [SFAND-5096]

Fixed issues in 1909

This release also addresses a number of issues that help to improve overall performance and stability.

Fixed issues in 1908

  • Redirects from http:// to https:// URLs might not resolve as expected. [SFAND-5204]

Fixed issues in 1907.5

  • Attaching a file from within Secure Mail might cause Citrix Files for Android to exit unexpectedly. [SFAND-5175]

Fixed issues in 1907

  • Citrix Files for Android might not route connections through tunnels. [SFAND-5121]

Fixed issues in 1906.5

  • When recording audio longer than one hour and the device’s screen get locked, the recording stops on devices running Android 8 or later, [SFAND-5178]

Fixed issues in 1906

  • Large PDFs might not open or render correctly due to a large memory requirement. [SFAND-5058]
  • PDFs using the Gotham font might not display text correctly when viewed through Citrix Files for Android. [SFAND-5100]
  • Opening a shared link on Citrix Files for Android when no account has been configured results in an error. [SFAND-5114]
  • Citrix Files for Android exits unexpectedly when attempting to open a .txt file when using 64-bit libraries. [SFAND-5142]
  • The information in Folder Details might not update after renaming a folder. [SFAND-5171]
  • The error “Your organization does not allow this action error when uploading files.” might appear when attempting to upload files. [TSCASE-134523]
  • Attachments might be corrupted when attempting to open a file in Citrix Files for Android saved from Secure Mail 19.3.5. [TSCASE-147718]

Fixed issues in 7.6.2

  • Session IDs might be visible in logs for jailbroken and rooted devices. [SFAND-5073]
  • Using single sign-on to sign on to network shares might fail. [SFAND-5093]
  • Files might not open correctly using certain apps and QuickEdit. [SFAND-5120]

Fixed issues in 7.6.1

  • Users might not be able to navigate to home drives. [SFAND-5072]
  • When using a stand alone connector, a blank screen might display when navigating back through the connector. [SFAND-5095]

Fixed issues in 7.6

  • Certain elements of PDFs might not display correctly. [SFAND-5022]
  • Adding a user to a folder using Shared Contacts might not work correctly. [SFAND-5035]

Known issues

Known issues in 1910

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1909

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1908

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1907.5

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1907

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1906.5

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 1906

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 7.6.2

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 7.6.1

No new issues have been observed in this release.

Known issues in 7.6

No new issues have been observed in this release.

System requirements

OS requirements

Android 5.x (Lollipop) or later

Citrix Files for Android