Version 1.3 requires my custom kernel 220.127.116.11_v3 or higher + Selinux magisk module from the kernel thread
Magisk 20.3 recommended
This module will add NTFS/F2FS/EXT4/exFAT read/write support to USB OTG.This means that the usb storage (usb stricks,external hard-drives,etc) will be mounted automatically
if one of the supported filesystem is detected.
**Note: F2FS support require a custom kernel,with F2FS support enabled** --> custom kernel thread
The module will also set external write permission for Kodi (this was required because Kodi doesn't support such permission or the request for it)
It also enables sys_fs read permission for Kodi, so it can read the CPU temperature without root permission.
Note 2: This was tested with Magisk v20,so i highly recommend you to use that version or higher !
Note 3: Some EXT4 drives may fail to mount,most likely this is because e2fsck it's failing to check for errors. In the next version i will try to add a newer version of e2fsck.However, formatting to EXT4 directly on the device will fix the issue.
Install the module with Magisk Manager or TWRP
Reboot and insert the usb drive
v1.0 - Initial release
v1.1 - Possible fix for the mount/unmount loop
v1.2 - Added custom kernel detection (with exFAT support) and updated some of the exFAT binaries
v1.3 - This version requires my custom kernel 18.104.22.168_v3 or higher + Selinux magisk module from the kernel thread
VOLD sources - > Github