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Problem writing to external SD card

21st April 2014, 05:44 PM |#11  
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It was flar2 http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2701816

Thanks, would S-Off do the same thing?
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Thanks, would S-Off do the same thing?

I don't see how it would.
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Rooting/s-off does not fix the kernel from write protection after rebooting,its read write protected,flars module/config fixes this issue....thats only way your changes will stick
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Rooting/s-off does not fix the kernel from write protection after rebooting,its read write protected,flars module/config fixes this issue....thats only way your changes will stick

I fixed my problem!! S-Off then Xposed Framework then HandleExternalStorage module. THanks everybody!
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I can't seem to find the thread anymore, but it provided this flashable zip to fix the issue.
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