How to get the access time of a file in terminal? stat -c "%x" [file] shows the current time. ls -lu [file] too.

  • Are you sure that the access time is enabled on your android system? Saving the access time would cause a high number of write commands and therefore I would assume that this feature is by default disable to increase speed and prevent flash degrade by too many writes. – Robert Jun 26 at 9:36
  • Some process must be reading/writing the file continuously, so Access Time will always be current time. With what mount option your filesystem is mounted (atime, relatime etc.)? – Irfan Latif Jun 26 at 9:46

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