Working on an Android 6 (stock ROM) phone, which has only internal storage (no external sd card), and is not rooted.
Aurora Store is installed and updated on this phone via F-droid.
Aurora Store has a "Downloads" choice in its "hamburger" menu, where I see something like this:
So, clearly some .apk's have been downloaded - the question is, where?
I have checked the following locations:
/sdcard/Aurora/- there are some random .apk's there, but not the two on the screenshot
/sdcard/Download/- again, some random .apk's there, but not the two on the screenshot
With a bit of
find, I also found the following location - but unfortunately, it turns out completely empty in
$ ./adb shell shell@DDDDD:/ $ ls -la /sdcard/Android/data/com.aurora.store/files/Downloads/ shell@DDDDD:/ $
My guess is, the .apk's Aurora downloaded are actually here - but I cannot access/see them, because I'd need root for that, and this phone is not rooted.
Could anyone confirm, what should be the default downloads directory/location for Aurora Store, on an unrooted phone with only internal storage - and whether root is needed to access these files?