It took me a while to get the hang of things. At first my usbstick was formatted in fat32. I specified in paragon i would like the default mount point to be USBStorage instead of /paragonNTFS. I made a small typo at first and named the folder usbStorage
now here comes the problem.
for some reason the app created 2 subfolders called sdb1 and sdb2 and i cannot remove them
Things i've tried:
cyanogenmod file manager in root access mode
-- delete directory > "This operation needs elevated permissions. Try switching to root access mode" (translated from dutch so wording may be a bit off
-- modifying permissions of folders > denied > changing permissions failed. for security reasons some filesystems, such as on sdcards do not allow changing permissions
Same problem for Astro file manager
Same problem when attaching the tablet to computer. parent directory (and sub dirs) get "removed" in windows but when checking the file system on the tablet, the opposite is true and the directories is still present
and now it's starting to piss me off. I want that folder "usbStorage" and it's subfolders "sdb1" and "sdb2" removed. so my guess is it'll have to be done by terminal commands but my terminal experience is ZERO.
in preperation of you guys helping me installed https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...al.androidterm the same one used in cyanogenmod roms. I tried a bit of tinkering myself but prob doing something wrong
what i've tried (in sequence, --ok behind the command means it was succesfully executed)
cd sdcard --ok
*rm -rf /usbStorage >> *rm: not found
rm -rf /usbstorage --ok, but folder was still present
rm -rf usbstorage --rm failed for usbStorage, Directory not empty
cd usbStorage --ok
rm -rf sdb1 --ok, rm failed for sdb1, Permission denied
at that point i gave up. I hope you guys can help me out
I do have paragon configured properly now and my USBstick in NTFS is getting recognised. Upon mounting of the usbstick, it now creates a folder called "USBStorage" where the contents of the usb stick is properly displayed.
so where are those android terminal / linux masters to help me out
only thing i can add is that when opening paragon with the stick attached but unmounted i do see a line above it /dev/block/sda1 but that doesn't seem to affect mounting in the specified directory