ES File Explorer userReturn File
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What is a USERRETURN file?
A USERRETURN file is a text file created by ES File Explorer, a file manager for Android. It contains a small amount of text, including two numbers. Its purpose is unknown.
ES File Explorer is a third-party Android app that allows users to explore and manage their files. In 2019, Google removed ES File Explorer from the Google Play Store, claiming that the app (and other Baidu apps) were committing click fraud.
One of the files ES File Explorer creates and places on a user's device is a USERRETURN file. This file contains two unique, user-specific numbers. However, what these numbers are used for is unknown.
How to open a USERRETURN file
USERRETURN files are referenced by ES File Explorer (Android) and not meant to be opened and edited. However, you can use any text editor to open a USERRETURN file and view the text it contains.