a journaling file system for Linux, and successor to ext3

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Cyanogenmod works with ext4 filesystems on sdcard?

Basic reference: How can I mount an ext4-formatted SD card with correct permissions (with root)? I succeeded to make a partition with ext4 filesystem on the SD card, and I mounted successfully ...
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How would you use your ext4 formatted thumb drive via OTG on Android?

Is there a workaround to use an ext4 formatted thumb drives on Android phones? Right now when I plug it (thumb drive has micro usb end and phone supports thumb drives) Android says it doesn't ...
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Does Android support the EXT (filesystem) for removable storage cards?

As the subject indicates, does Android support any of the Extended File Systems ("ext", "ext2", "ext3" and "ext4") for removable storage cards (such as Micro SDXC storage cards)? Android is a ...
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Wrong id and gid running /system/bin/sdcard

I am trying to use my ext4 sdcard properly in Stock rooted Android 4.4.4. For this, I run mount -rw -t ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk1p1 /mnt/media_rw/sdcard1 and then /system/bin/sdcard -u 1023 -g 1023 ...
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How to mount an ext4 formatted external sdcard in stock Android 4.4.4?

I upgraded from the Note 1 with cyanogenmod 11 to the Note 4 (910C) with stock android (rooted). I want to use the ext4 formatted external sdcard, but Samsung does not added ext4 support for the ...
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How can a partition be mounted to 2 folders and show different data?

I'm playing around with an old device and am surprised by what I see. When I boot the device to recovery, there is 1 partition (mmcblk0p21) that is mounted to 2 different points (/data & /sdcard). ...
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Windows mount android file system

I want to edit some files on my phone but I can not access the root folder on my phone. I'm using a rooted Google Nexus 5 running Android 5.0. I can read/write to my /, and /system by Android's ES ...
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Change File System of Internal Storage to EXT4

I have an Ainol tablet Novo 7, which has 16GB internal storage in FAT32 format. Due to the file system restriction, it can accept up to 4GB file size only. How can I format the internal storage to ...
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Mounting an ext4 img as /data

I have a rooted Samsung Galaxy Star Duos with stock 4.1.2 JB and its internal storage is too small while I intend to buy a 32 GB microSD Card. The question is: Is there any way to make Android mount ...
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Will changing phone storage to EXT4 filesystem cause issues?

I've found out about the journaling features of EXT4.Will they prevent data loss if the usb cable gets unconnected?(the usb port doesn't hold cable well) I've also seen a few benchmarks and EXT4 ...
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How can I mount an ext4-formatted SD card with correct permissions (with root)?

I see some mentions here of creating an ext4-formatted SD card, but no guide. This closely-related question suggests there is no way to do it, but my question differs in that my phone is specifically ...
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Extract DB from accidentally formatted /data

I had to factory reset my Samsung Galaxy Note i717 (1stGen AT&T), and I forgot to backup before formatting /data. I need to extract the messages DB from it, because I have many important messages ...
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How to format /storage/sdcard0 in ext4

I tried to create a symbolic link on the "internal SD card" of my Galaxy SD2. It failed with "permission denied" and I quickly realized this file system is vfat. How can I reformat /storage/sdcard0 ...
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How can I make it so that any user can chmod in my fuse-mounted ext4-formatted /sdcard?

I have an ASUS Transformer Pad TF101. I finally got round to rooting it just now. Important: /sdcard is not FAT32. It's a fuse filesystem based in ext4. So it is capable of using chmod. So that I ...
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Why is it that whenever I partition my sd card outside CWM it doesn't get recognized by my phone?

I have a Samsung Galaxy Ace, running on its official CM7 ROM. I have an 8gb sd card and I just want to make a clean install of everthing starting with the sd card's partition. I've had sd-ext ...
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Ext4 partition clockworkmod recovery backup

Successfully installed CM7 on ZTE Blade and simple2ext (S2E) made me excited. I've partitioned my SD in CWM recovery and I guess it was Ext3 partition. But one thing was mistake. I have checked in S2E ...
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ICS Mount SD all EXT4

Want to know if ICS can mount an SD when formatted as EXT4 or does it still need a FAT32 partition like Gingerbread. Googled for 30+ mins, can't find an answer.
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SD card not detected after re-partitioning it, FAT32 + EXT4

I followed the steps here to add an EXT4 partition on my 8gb sd card: http://www.addictivetips.com/mobile/properly-partition-sd-card-for-app2sd-android-roms/ Now I have 6.xGB FAT32 as the primary ...
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SD card formatted to ext4 and permissions

I'm using CyanogenMod 7.1.0 RC1 on HTC Desire HD. I've formatted SD card to ext4, because I wanted to use Fedora through chrooting into it, and Fedora ARM image requires FS which can do symlinks. ...
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EXT4 partition not recognized by system

I partitioned the sdcard with my linux box but it is not mounted by the system. I did fdisk in the phone's terminal and: Command (m for help): p Disk /dev/block/mmcblk0: 7948 MB, 7948206080 bytes 4 ...
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Gingerbread with ext4: will it burn my flash?

2.3 Gingerbread will use ext4 instead of YAFFS. My question is: YAFFS is for flash based filesystem, but ext4 is not. Will it lead to premature death of the device due to wear leveling?
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Can I use ext4 on my SD card in a non-rooted phone?

I know that on a rooted phone, it's reasonably normal to create a small ext4 partition for App2SD to use, but I'm not asking about that case: I have a non-rooted HTC Desire running Froyo, and I'd ...