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It was such a pain that the SD mount point is often different across android devices that I wrote this awk one-liner (works on my 3 android devices) : adb shell mount | awk '/emulated|sdcard0/{next}/(Removable|storage)\//{if($2=="on")print$3;else print$2}'


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init will parse init.rc file and mount remaining partitions based on fstab file. Not all partitions in fstab are mounted by init on boot. Exemptions include partitions managed by vold and those only meant for recovery mode, raw partitions (not mountable) and root partition. There is some thing in fstab file that I don't understand : /dev/block/by-name/...


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I don't think I understand your question fully. It's not clear what and how you have tried so far and faced what constraints or limitations in achieving what you want to. But precisely answering your questions: Mount multi ext4 partitioned external card at boot time, as against manual mounting which I can do Mounting external SD card is handled by vold. ...


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Configuration to unmount the system, 1, adb shell 2, reboot bootloader 3, fastboot oem unlock Reboot the devices, 4, adb root 5, adb disable-verity 6, adb root 7, adb reboot 8, adb root 8q, adb remount 9, adb push adb push 'D:\VINOTH\' /system/app/ Wait until finish 10, adb reboot


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You got it correctly, USB OTG sticks are mounted at /mnt/media_rw/[UUID]. Source: // Use UUID as stable name, if available std::string stableName = getId(); if (!mFsUuid.empty()) { stableName = mFsUuid; } mRawPath = StringPrintf("/mnt/media_rw/%s", stableName.c_str()); For FAT family of filesystems UUID is not the 32 digits long ...


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I have a Huawei P30 on Android 9 and a Huawei tablet on Android 8: on both, mount point for the internal drive is: "/storage/emulated/0". Only the tablet has a SD card mounted, and mount point is "/storage/0000-0000". I see no reason for it would be different for the P30 on Android 9. If you install Termux (a Unix shell for Android), you can go on both ...


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