I have a highly secured proprietary tablet I was able to gain root access to. It's a mediatek device, I used mtk-su to root it. It has 32gb of memory, 8gb allocated to the system, and the rest allocated as external storage.
Prior to rooting, I was able to plug in to my PC and access external storage with FULL read/write permissions.
After rooting, when I plug in to my PC, it now gives me read-only permissions. I have termux installed on the tablet with SU permission, so I can modify any system properties. However, I can't figure out what needs to be done to re-mount the partition as read/write.
I tried pushing the files with adb, and it says the tablet is unauthorized. I really don't want to have to use adb anyways. Any ideas how I can re-gain read/write access??
EDIT: @Robert My apologies! I just looked in the root directory to get the EXACT path name of this folder. Here's where it is:
root/mnt/sdcard1 **This is the exposed path when I plug into PC.**
There is also an sdcard
root/mnt/sdcard **This isn't the directory in question.**
@IrfanLatif My apologies for not being correct on the semantics. I'm a web developer, and android programming/modification is a new thing to me. I'm trying/learning. I know it is is read only because, after plugging in to the PC, I can no longer copy to the drive (or w/e it would be called here, not sure?), or modify anything inside it. It gives error, saying I only have read access.