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In my case i saw a significant difference in battery life with and without an sd card, i tested it on my samusng tab 4 and battery life is better when the card is out as compared when its in.


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How can I find out which of the partitions in dev/block is my sd-card ? By default, external memory card's partition is /dev/block/mmcblk1p1 in all devices. (Unless if you have partitioned the memory card, then you should know which partition to use, for example, if you have partitioned 32GB memory card as first 16GB as FAT32 partition & second 16GB ...


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You need not rely on the apps that help you edit the MP3 tags easily.. As @Somberi said, maybe the developers could have abandoned their projects.. There's a very tedious solution anyway, by which you can edit the ID3 tags manually. Steps: Download any Hex Editor app for Android. Open the mp3 file using that Hex Editor. Scroll to the end of the file.. ...


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Because Google put new restrictions on app accessing the file storage in Version 6, many old apps will not work. The solution is to use Version 5 or older devices if you want to stick with the same apps. Or, wait for the apps to get updated. Or, you can search for new apps that are compatible with Version 6. ID3 tag editing is extremely file IO intensive - ...


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Apps need to be installed, they can't be moved from phone to phone. You will need to backup all your apps using any backup app from the play store. Your apps will be backed up as .apk files. Use a file browser and find the files either on the sd card or phone storage. Transfer the files to your new phone and install them one by one. Note that .apk files ...


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This thing happened to me, try formatting the drive in the phone itself. Then it should be good to go.


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For me all apps disappeared when I extracted the internal sd card which stores internal data of my e-book (the e-book is driven by android 2.1). I made it to change partition sizes to fit more apps. Actually I turned it on without that sdcard accidently and after that all apps became uninstallable but not executable. Not partition resizing but that accident ...


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I believe there is. I use Nexus Media Importer (though I think it works on most phones with OTG) and it works as a basic file explorer. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.homeysoft.nexususb.importer There is a free version, but I can't remember what the limitations are. (I have a feeling it might just be pictures.)


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You need to change the layout of the device You need to build a specific rom and a specific recovery to adopt the sdcard What do the specific rom and specific recovery means ? Let me start by how android manages storage As per kitakat the storage is determined by the fstab and the storage-list.xml This define what blocks should be used for what ...


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Try clearing cache and reboot your phone. If still the problem presist, try 3rd party apps available on playstore like link2sd,move2sd and more.


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Answering the question, the filesystem used on standard Android devices is "exFAT", which is available from Windows Format application and Android's own filesytem management tools. Hope this cleared your doubt.



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