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Usual (FAT32) SD Cards do not support permissions, they allow everything because they are only mass storage and were never designed for such advanced things. You can of course format your SD Card with a compatible file system (ext4 for instance) that supports permissions. FUSE does not support file permissions because it just wraps around an incompatible ...


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YAFFS (Yet Another Flash File System) is generally used as the default file system for Android devices. http://www.yaffs.net/google-android


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There is no singularly defined "Android" filesystem, so this can vary between devices. Any FS that the kernel can load drivers for is basically fair game. By and large, you'll almost certainly find that ext4 is the most common filesystem on modern devices. Older devices may use older ext* versions as well, or other filesystems entirely. Since everything is ...


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The problem was ultimately fixed by ignoring the whole /sdcard/DCIM/.thumbnails directory in the synchronization. Deleting the sparse thumbnails was useless as they will grow again but are basically waste. Another interesting point should be telling FolderSync not to sync hidden directories (all caches are hidden) but that will not save directories such as ...


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Looking at the tool described in this howto it seems that it's a simple matter of replacing the boot.img with somethink compatible with f2fs and doing a bit of text search and replace on the unzipped image, replacing the strings format("ext4", "EMMC", "/dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/by-name/system", "0", "/system") format("ext4", "EMMC", ...


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What kind of App is Tricount? Meaning is it came pre-installed in your phone or you download it from Play store such as Google Play Store? Answer to above question is IMP as Android File system maintain clear distinction between system apps (which are shipped by your device OEM) and Downloaded apps. Assuming that it is a downloaded app, you can check below ...


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If there were problems with the file system (which your error message suggests), broken files may have been "re-allocated". For such things, *nix systems have a special directory on each file system, usually called LOST+FOUND or, on FAT file systems, LOST.DIR. Whenever things could not be "assigned to a file", they are placed there with some "cryptic" names. ...


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I don't know if it will solve your problem or not, because I never actually had issues "writing" to the sdcard, but apps seem to have problems sometimes. here is what I did. I am suggesting this method because you said you use TWRP as your recovery. Get the TWRP manager and open it. If you don't have the version of BusyBox they use it will complain. I am ...



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