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[FIX] Z Ultra GPE 4.4.2 SDCard Write Fix

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18th December 2013, 06:59 AM   |  #1  
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If you guys haven't noticed you can't copy a file from internal sd to external sd (confirmed by me and others) Well I figured it out.

I remember something about OTG not being able to read from external on apps like Tibu with other devices. I did something similar to get it to work on the ZU GPE.

If you are rooted you can copy this file to /etc/permissions/

I tested copying a file from internal to external and it worked fine after this change.

I did make a couple changes to the file, I'm not sure which did it but one of them did. I am attaching the file

Just rename from platform.xml.zip to platform.xml, back up existing file(the attached file is NOT a zip.. it's a XML file just remove .zip from the end of the filename), copy new file and change permissions to match the old file
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18th December 2013, 07:23 AM   |  #2  
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The zip file is corrupted.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ChillyChan

The zip file is corrupted.

read the OP again...

"Just rename from platform.xml.zip to platform.xml"
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read the OP again...

"Just rename from platform.xml.zip to platform.xml"

lol sorry I missed that. Thanks.
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works great thanks
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works great
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i don't know how it's working for everyone, but it is causing issues force closes everywhere and i lost data and pc doesnt recognize my phone. what are the permissions supposed to be set at if any???
14th January 2014, 08:42 AM   |  #8  
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i don't know how it's working for everyone, but it is causing issues force closes everywhere and i lost data and pc doesnt recognize my phone. what are the permissions supposed to be set at if any???

Same with me before.. I got messed copying this.. Had to reflash ROM. The permission is rw-r--r--

Clear steps:
Download file
Copy to etc/permissions folder
Find the old platform.xml and renamed it with platform.xml.bak (as a backup)
Rename the platform.xml.zip to platform.xml
Set the permission as same as old file (rw-r--r--)
Reboot.. And done
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It is possible paste to External SD card Root but can not paste to External SD card Folder
Anybody?
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It is possible paste to External SD card Root but can not paste to External SD card Folder
Anybody?

I have this experience as well.

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