While it can be useful in situations of extreme memory consumption, such as compiling an operating system, it results in EXTREME SLOWNESS. Sometimes its better for the task to complete slowly than to fail.
And now you want to add in a USB link to make it even slower?
Exactly how much slower do you want to make something that actually works and doesn't need anything?
Not to necromorph an old thread, but I was curious to know by chance if it would be possible to apply your root method onto a Chromecast with Google TV that has been automatically updated to Android 12 even though it was manufacture 12/2020? After the update, some functionality I was used to that was present before the update occurred has been neutered and the OS sound effects are ruined and there's noticeable crackling/pop. Now I'm actively searching for a way to root my device so I can downgrade to either Android 11 or Android 10.