The question says it all. So far I was able to find out
- Default android encrypted SD card can only be read by the phone or by a skilled hacker or their non open source tools
- There are tools that are clunky to use or not open source (cannot be trusted) or riddled with bugs (cannot be used with important files)
- I know I can zip files but that's so impractical.
- Most apps use weak encryption algorhithms that are not suitable anymore for anything but a kid who finds your phone in a park
Question: Is there no solution like examples: veracrypt (for windows) or luks (for linux)? Such as mounting a volume and accessing it in your file browser like I do now when I insert an SD card in my phone, it then mounts the volume, which I then am able to access in my file browser. That is what I want with encryption ideally, it's the simplest most practical and natural way to do it, so I assume there is a way to do it...