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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 ...
Sure not. All changes made there are gone with the next boot: you are just modifying a file on a "temporary file-system" here, which is created on boot, and "gone" on shutdown. For persistent changes, you would need to change the boot image. As you compare with Linux on a PC, think of a initrd.img (initrd aka "initial RAM disk, or initramfs). The root file ...
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