4 ways to move files to Android/data or Android/obb if your Android OS doesn't allow you to

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RyanCr7

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Aug 3, 2018
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Method 1-

• Download and install Files by Google

• Tap and hold on it, go to app info, allow the app to modify system settings

• Open the app, copy your game/app obb or data file to the Android folder inside your device storage. Then move it to obb or data folder on Android.


Method 2-

• Download and install Mixplorer by Hootan Parsha.

• Tap and hold on it, go to app info, allow the app to modify system settings

• Open the app, copy your game/app obb or data file to the Android/data or Android/obb folder inside your device storage. The app will ask you to choose the folder you want to modify. Simply open and select Android folder.

• Now you can copy/move without any hassle


Method 3 (requires root) -

• Download and install Root Explorer.

• Tap and hold on it, go to app info, allow the app to modify system settings

• Open the app, copy your game/app obb or data file to the Android/data or Android/obb folder inside your device storage. It will ask write permission on the app, press okay.

• Then it will ask root permission. Grant it and you're good to go.


Method 4 (requires a custom recovery) -

• Reboot to TWRP, PitchBlack, OrangeFox

• Go to settings - mount and tick system

• Now go to recovery file manager, navigate to your file, tap or it or press and hold to get the options, then copy/paste it to Android/data or Android/obb

• Reboot



I know it's a really basic tutorial for a lot but the more people know the better.
 

Macaroni Slick

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May 24, 2022
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Good day, update!
Method 1, ist kaput.
Does not work. Recognizes Android folder ONLY AND if you copy to it, it rejects your copy or move.

Method 2, failed as well

Don t know how to implement 3 n 4