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[Q] Inc as a data media device

OP natediggity

21st March 2014, 07:52 PM   |  #11  
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Originally Posted by tiny4579

A fancy flashable script to convert your boot.img to use /data/media should be possible. So far I told it to switch to mmcblk03 from 01 for /data so it's 6.6GB. The other part is relocating fuse to use /data/media for the internal storage instead of /emmc. That should be somewhat easy to change but a bit harder to script.

I don't need a flashable script unless it's required. Personally, I'm fine just building a new system image and flashing that.

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/data/media was designed for devices that don't have an sdcard slot which the Inc does have so this is more of a proof of concept idea for me than actual utility.

datamedia can be used in conjunction with sdcards. This is what the new samsung phones do. I thought the HTC One did as well, but I just remembered it doesn't have a sdcard slot. If you haven't already, check out this page: https://source.android.com/devices/t...g-example.html. Our config would be similar to the Xoom's.
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