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8 So, opening up /mnt/media_rw for reading and navigation kinda works (post 80) - but with the undesirable side effect of having sdcards visible twice. But FUSE seems almost irreparably broken for S2 family devices. The idea of FUSE is to remount...
4 I did it tonight. Simply booted in to TWRP recovery, mounted the USB storage (ie NOT mtp), and then formatted on my PC... now that was windows but I've used gparted under Linux previously to do what I want (I normally use the parted magic live cd...
2 You know those commercials for drugs where they list so many serious side effects you wonder if it's worth taking the drug in the first place? Well, this is one of those. (So much so I feel mildly irresponsible posting it). BUT it MAY help y...
1 While researching the great N7000/Galaxy-S2 sdcard FUSE deadlock bug, I've come across lots of posts that complain in the strongest possible language about how KitKat has changed the rules for SD cards. The android police thread named "external...
1 The story of exFAT gets even more interesting - if you check your exFAT mounts from a command line, you'll see that /mnt/media_rw/sdcardN is listed as type fuseblk for your exFAT partitions - yes, it's FUSE again (like exFAT support for desktop Li...