Russian translation
DiskInfo is a unique app that lists all partitions and all mount points on you device. It shows disk usage and very detailed partition and storage information. It also displays total and free memory (RAM) and Swap (e.g. zRam).

It supports:
* mounted and unmounted partitions,
* device-mapper / loop partitions,
* LVM partitions (DiskInfo PRO)
* temporary mount points
* UBIFS (beta)

For each partition, you can display the following information:
* total size, used and free space
* partition name, partition alias, partition type, partition number
* device name and type
* block size
* mounted file system type (also for FUSE in DiskInfo PRO), mount paths, mount type (ro/rw)
* logical volume group and attributes (DiskInfo PRO)
* vendor and model for USB devices (DiskInfo PRO)
* manufactured date, CSD, CID, OEM ID, manf. ID, revisions and serial numbers for SD cards (DiskInfo PRO)

All shown in clean, human readable format.

DiskInfo PRO version includes all features from free version plus some extra:
+ home screen widget
+ more details (vendor, model for USB devices; manf. date, CSD, CID, OEM ID, manf. ID, revisions and serial numbers for SD cards)
+ file system for FUSE
+ root mounts (i.e. StickMount USB devices)
+ compact mode for the partition list
+ LVM support

By purchasing PRO version you support further development and ensure that the application can stay ad free.

Permissions explained:
* Root is NOT required.
* READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission is needed by some devices running KitKat and higher (i.e. Galaxy Note 3) in order to properly display available space for external SD card.

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