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Is seems that, as for today, there are no working methods (apps or hacks) to make Ext4 partitions work (read/write) on my Android v5.1 64 bits.
My device is a Jiayu S3 with a Xtreme ROM (not stock, but still Jiayu official MOD) based on v5.1.0.

This is what has been tested until now:

Having no more data, I must assume that the problem could come from some incompatibility with the 64 bit version of the operating system.

Does anyone know of a method to make Ext4 partitioned SD cards be mount on 64 bit Android v5 devices?

  • Wow, I literally just asked the same question. Seeing as yours hasn't been answered in over a year, I guess I'll go back to fat32 – answerSeeker Dec 24 '16 at 23:17
  • I am on Android 7.0 and don't want to use exFat partition instead I want to create multiple ext4 partitions including one for app to SD.any luck doing this on higher versions of Android and I should be able to write to those ext4 as well – user1874594 Jun 16 '19 at 12:14
  • @answerseeker : maybe you could help by linking to your question here, or mark this one as possible duplicate. – Sopalajo de Arrierez Jun 17 '19 at 11:15

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