I have a Chuwi hi10 plus. It is a dual boot windows 10 / android 5.0 tablet that I put on TWRP 3.0.2 rooted it and a custom Lineage OS Marshmallow 6.0.1 ROM on from Konstakang.com
Chuwi tablets have a funky inability to boot from USB because have a UEFI boot system.... I need to change the Windows password and there is a sticky keys method to copy cmd.exe over sethc.exe and then use the net user command once the command prompt is opened.
I have installed termux and updated the packages and installed tsu for true root access to the filesystem. But . . . the termux mount does not produce a string of its version from mount -V and while mount -t ntfs /dev/block /mnt/xxx command does not give an error - where I have done a mkdir /mnt/xxx it does claim "no such device". I have used the exact device I know is the windows partition which is ntfs from a "cat /proc/partitions" command
"ntfs-3g" does not recognize as a command at all, and I even tried the mount_nfsd_fuse setup from https://forum.xda-developers.com/android/general/guide-mount-internal-windows-partition-t2978679 It must need a touch or something because the file is in /system/xbin but says command not found even invoked as root from that directory
The kernel was compiled from source for the ROM by Konstakang so I do not know if ntfs support is in it ... is there a way to check and / or does anyone have a suggestion how to get that partition mounted rw as ntfs internally ???
The Paragon Ntfs rw mounter that is supposed to work with Total Commander has not appeared to operate as pics show it or once did