I am using the "adb shell" command to access either of an LG P690 (device A) or a Samsung Galaxy SIII (device B). Device A also has a 32GB microSD card plugged in while device B does not. When fromthe shell prompt I
cd /sdcard and do a
df I get:
- On device A:
/sdcardSize 14G Blksize 8192
- On device B:
/sdcardSize 12G Blksize 4096
Does this refer to internal memory? Device B also has a
/storage directory which holds 0 bytes (what is this?).
Also, both have a
/data directory which I know is where installed apps go. Is this also on internal storage? How do I know whether
/data is on internal or external SD?
I'm confused as to why a directory called
/sdcard would refer to internal as opposed to external memory. Is there no FHS standard for the Android file system as there is for Linux?