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Any Fix for SD Card Write Permission for HTC One Max Android 4.4.2 with our Root.
 
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Thakyou For answer... but i want the fix without root.
 
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There is no fix without root and it is not fixed in the next update either....sorry

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Thakyou For answer... but i want the fix without root.
It is KitKat that changes the permissions not HTC all devices from any manufacturerwith KitKat have the issue and there is not fix without root. Apps can only write to the folder they create and no others. Blame Google not HTC.
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It is KitKat that changes the permissions not HTC all devices from any manufacturerwith KitKat have the issue and there is not fix without root. Apps can only write to the folder they create and no others. Blame Google not HTC.

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Thx for your valuable information. is this issue is permanent or we can wait for an update from google to fix this issue?
 
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I contact HTC , They said its up to google.... Curse you google.
 
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Correct its Google pushing things on the manufacturers like the horrible all white status bar icons....this is another thing they pushed the manufacturer to implement, for what I have no clue as the fix works perfect with no repercusions

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Hi Bro,

Thx for your valuable information. is this issue is permanent or we can wait for an update from google to fix this issue?
Google wants manufactuers to stop using external sdcards therefore they will continue to make it harder for you to use them.

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