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You can't, this is a current permission problem (bugreport here) of Android 4.0+'s /sdcard folder if it's not using FAT32 (but FUSE). Reason: There's a transition away from FAT32 to unified user storage for both apps and media data (using ext4) on a single file system. We got tired of seeing OEMs include many GB of internal storage for music, while ...
Check the EXIF data and see if there's a timestamp there. If there is, Photo Date Correction will allow you to overwrite the botched file timestamp with the EXIF one, giving you back your proper sorting.
This is a question which really trouble me a lot when come across with devices which only have MTP but not the Mass storage mode. I also have concerns about it with exactly the same reasons with Mahn. After some testing, I have find a temp solution which maybe able to preserve the timestamp. It makes use of the excternal sdcard / OTG card reader and also ...
I have the exact same issue. It seems that it's being blocked by fuse on the Nexus 4 running Stock JellyBean 4.2.1. SYMLINKS: /sdcard -> /storage/emulated/legacy /storage/emulated/legacy -> /mnt/shell/emulated/0 MOUNT POINT: /mnt/shell /dev/fuse /mnt/shell/emulated fuse \ ...
Android itself is based on Linux, which is designed for case-sensitive filesystems. Internal storage is usually on an ext or ext4 filesystem, which is case-sensitive. SD cards are usually formatted with FAT 32, which is a case-insensitive filesystem. Although Android can support using other filesystems on the SD card, Windows PCs can't, so it's unusual to ...
Use a synchronization tool like e.g. FolderSync, which should take care for timestamps accordingly. Synchronization tools should be specialized in handling all aspects of really maintaining synchronous copies -- including time stamps, of course.
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