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On my OnePlus6, the issue was having multiple users configured. To remove the additional user (and stay only with the default one), I used Total Commander to see the files under /data/user. It had a folder named "10", which is the id of the additional user. Then opened a terminal (using termux) and run: su pm remove-user 10


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I was having the same trouble, no access to my Download folder from TWRP. BUT I did realize a folder that for me was not read-only. Try pushing to /data/local/tmp: ./adb push fileToPush /data/local/tmp At first I was able to push to /sideload as well, but then all of a sudden it became read-only, so somehow I found this tmp a post online mentioning this tmp ...


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Use this tool on linux, I was able to extract the image of my emulator using ext4 on vm running ubuntu. https://github.com/qmfrederik/extfstools Still figuring out a way to pack it back. Will update here once I am able to do it


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Windows doesn't actually mount the partition, a common filesystem can be only mounted once at a time. Android actually uses MTP (media transfer protocol) to allow copying files over USB.


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I assume by saying cluster you mean Windows' allocation unit, commonly called block in Linux world. It's a unit of data storage a filesystem uses. A cluster/block may consist of or correspond to multiple sectors on underlying storage media (HDD or flash storage). Sector is the minimum atomic unit of storage an OS can read or write. Block size is decided at ...


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First to clarify, Resize Partition is different than Resize File System, TWRP provides later option. It resizes the ext2/3/4 filesystem to the size of partition it's created on. Filesystem size can be checked with df command when mounted, and partition size with blockdev. Just like HDDs or SSDs on PC, Android's eMMC storage is divided into partitions (can ...


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Though the question is old, it keeps on appearing on top of Unanswered (my tags) questions. So I think I should answer this :) AOSP'S SUPPORT FOR CAPABILITIES: Question is specifically about Google devices, I have never used a Google device. However what I can say for sure is that Linux (process) capabilities must have been enabled on most of the devices (...


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