New answers tagged file-system
Agreed. The only reason Android is as open as it is, is because of how it was started. It was originally started as a head-to-toe open-source project. When it started to evolve, when companies like Motorola and later Samsung did everything to advertise their phones, Google had the slightest gap of time to change the architecture (opensourced-ness). But they ...
Alternatively, one can use a Terminal Emulator app which requires no usage of adb. Download a Terminal Emulator of your choice from Play Store here. Open that app and issue the command mount. You can also use the command df to ascertain the partitions to be looked in the former output. An alternative for mount is blkid command which shows a much ...
DiskInfo displays this information (among other things) when you select a partition to view its details. Works with the internal partitions on my Nexus 5, but should also support external SD cards and the like:
You can use adb shell mount to find out which file system is used by all the partitions of your device. You need to have adb installed, of course, for this to work. You can install adb by using (Windows only)Minimal ADB and Fastboot, or you can install full android sdk, if you wish.
255|shell@android:/ $ sdcard no path specified usage: sdcard [-l -f] <path> <uid> <gid> -l force file names to lower case when creating new files -f fix up file system before starting (repairs bad file name case and group ownership) try to run sdcard -f
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