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11th October 2014, 07:22 AM |#41  
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I said that I used Nextapp SDFix. It says it "worked", then when I used the app PhotoGrid to save straight to me extSD, it told me I couldn't. I really just need to know if its just a problem with the app or if the exploit didn't work correctly. I ran another "SD fix" app after Nextapp and it told me I had already setup the fix.

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Maybe you could try the PhotoGrid app and tell me if the app itself is messin' with me?
 
 
12th October 2014, 10:05 AM |#42  
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I said that I used Nextapp SDFix. It says it "worked", then when I used the app PhotoGrid to save straight to me extSD, it told me I couldn't. I really just need to know if its just a problem with the app or if the exploit didn't work correctly. I ran another "SD fix" app after Nextapp and it told me I had already setup the fix.

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Maybe you could try the PhotoGrid app and tell me if the app itself is messin' with me?

Sort of a SWAG (Scientific Wild Ass Guess), but you might try n see if uninstalling the app, and reinstalling it incase a link was broken or something similar.
21st October 2014, 06:31 AM |#43  
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I'm rooted, I used NextApp SD Fix... I use Photo Grid and it won't let me save to SD due to KitKat permissions. What am I doing wrong?

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I already said that I've used that SDFix. If you could do me the favour and download PhotoGrid, try and see if it lets you save to ExtSD, that would be appreciated. The SDFix runs fine, reboot, everything looks ok, just the specific app PhotoGrid.

UPDATE: I just used Pixlr Express, that seemed to work fine. It seems like PhotoGrid needs an update to support this.
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Install this and you're good to go. Only thing is that you need root for the app to work
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OK, follow those steps (or the missing ones...)
- root your phone
- install and run SD fix; as result, writing to external SD works like before 4.4
- use some application like FolderMount. You can choose different folders from internal memory and link them to another folder on external card. For example: after installing one game (normal, on internal memory), choose in Foldermount the obb folder (that is where almost every app put big amount of data) and link it to a folder on external SD (as result, foldermount will offer you to move existing data). Set Foldermount to automatically mount it on boot, and voila!

link: at operating system level, that directory seems as on internal memory structure, but in reality it resides on external card.

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