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You could install ADB on your computer (part of the Android SDK), plug in the device then use the adb shell to delete the offending file. Something along the lines of, $> adb shell your-android-device> rm '/path/to/file'
The rootfs is setup by kernel and init, /sbin is part of initrd.img aka ramdisk. Initrd.img is part of boot, and needs to be unpacked to be edited Android boot.img, here is some good info http://www.slideshare.net/chrissimmonds/android-bootslides20
There is an app on Google Play called ADBD Insecure by Chainfire. This app lets you run adbd in root mode if your device is rooted when running the devices Stock ROM. I just recently found out about this app. The version on Google Play is not Free, but there is a free version available. The link to the free version is linked in the description of the ...
You can use Android app called Dropsync to automatically sync your playlist folder to your phone. Then use PowerAMP to read those playlists. Then you are good to go. You could also sync your music, but that's not what you asked for.
Well, that one is solved! The problem was not the SD cards, but the fact that rooting etc. the Desire caused it to USB-brick. Never heard that before. As Spezi77 advises in the presentation of his CM11-for-Desire link, I switched to the 4ext recovery, which has a special USB-unbrick function. Some sources also name fastboot commands that should do the ...
The data won't travel outside your device at all. If you're paranoid, turn on airplane mode and you'll see it still works. An exception is if you're connecting to the Internet with the distro to download packages etc but that's a given.
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