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Just pulling all files via adb to a WIndows computer has multiple problems: Android/Linux allows multiple files in one directory that just differ in their case. The file-system on Linux allow characters in file- and directory names that are disallowed on Windows Some file-names are completely disallowed on Windows which are just regular file-names on Linux/...


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Based on your requirements there are not many file-systems left: ext3/ext4 or exFAT both are file-systems that are natively supported nearly all Android devices. My recommendation as file-system to use is exFAT as long as you don't want to store a large number of small files. partitions size to cluster size: 7 MB–256 MB -> cluster size 4 KB 256 MB–32 GB -...


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I think you must compile qemu-system=aarch64 by yourself, but go into the /arm folder of the source code. You have to go in the file virt.c and modify line has_el3=false to has_el3=true. Microsoft Windows wants a trust zone, so we emulate it. It will compile, though it will have no GUI, and you have to start this from the command line back on Android, and ...


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In Windows 10 versions released before Windows 10 May 2020 Update, Microsoft had implemented support for the A2DP source role, but not for the SINK role for desktop editions. This means you could use Intel Bluetooth on Windows 10 to send audio to other Bluetooth devices, such as a speaker, but you wasn’t be able to receive audio from other Bluetooth devices ...


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