Originally Posted by Dees_Troy
We have made some changes since our last release to improve our exfat performance so that it is comparable to Samsung's modules. The biggest reason not to use the Samsung modules is that they are proprietary, device/kernel specific, & aren't available from other manufacturers.
It's very easy to support.
mount command can automatically mount vfat/exfat volume by providing -t auto option or set type auto to external_sd mount point in fstab.
So, in general, you don't need to do anything special. Just mount external_sd in auto mode.
Actually, i've just replaced exfat-fuse utility with script and it works fine.
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There is another similar issue i would like to tell:
It's better to mount internal virtual sdcard card by standard android's sdcard utility instead of linking. This will make correct access rights and won't make trouble when u will access files from android later.
I've tried it and it works flawlessly.
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Is there a way to make custom font in .dat format used in TWRP?
I have two devices. On phone with 720x1280 resolution, font is ok, while on phone with 480x800 font is ugly as hell. I've tried Roboto and Bluehighway (the only fonts i could find for TWRP). Both are ugly, but bluehighway is a little better, so i'm using it now. But would like to make better font, or edit existing one.
Samsung Galaxy S4 SHV-E330S: Optimus ROM (TW 4.4.2) & Kernel. CPU OC 2.7GHz, GPU OC 645MHz, non-KNOX bootloader, UHD/SM/360 Camera.
Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9500: Optimus ROM (TW 4.3), Perseus Kernel. CPU No-OC, GPU OC 700MHz, non-KNOX bootloader.
Past models: Samsung Galaxy SIII SHV-E210K & GT-I9300, Samsung Galaxy SII GT-I9100.