Easily change the last modification date and time of your files. This app requires ROOT access and BusyBox.
On Android OS, every time you copy a file, the last modified date of the destination file is not preserved. For instance, if you copy an image file (i.e. picture), the Photo Gallery app will show the new file in the wrong order.
Use File TimeStamp to change the last modification date of your files.
This app is particularly useful when copying files between devices. Run the app on the original device (does not require root on that device), copy your files and an additional text file generated by the app to the new device. Run the app again on the new device (with ROOT access) and easily change the date of your files.
File TimeStamp also allows you to change the date of all your images at once, based on their file name or on EXIF Tag of JPEG files.
You can change the date of a single file or in batches.
Currently the application can handle image files with names that include the patterns “YYYYMMDDHHmmss”, “yyyyMMdd_HHmmss” or “xxx_YYYYMMDDHHmmss”. If your images use another mask, send us an e-mail and we’ll consider including it on a new version.
Also compatible with Facebook and WhatsApp masks.
Any questions or suggestions, please send us an email to [email protected]
– Modify SD card contents, and test access to protected storage: to allow files to be saved on the memory card.
– SuperUser: the changing operation date of the file is only possible with root access.
Fix icon in XL devices.