Why did Lollipop have to fuck up SD cards?
Will it be like this in Marshmallow?
Also Android version fucks ups (or something like that) discussions
Enterprise Earth is better but I wish Aaron would play in one last song with Dan, I miss the combination of Dan's voice and how Aaron could play the drums also since 4.4.2 and above A SDCards formatted in FAT32 have issues, EXT4 is completely compatible though
Each manufacture can change the permissions for a system. Developers of Android in the XDA community can do it also, it doesn't affect most devices but it usually affects early Lollipop devices and low end phones due to the lack of knowledge or manufactor not caring.
No, if the phone does not take ownership of the file then it will refuse to do anything but read it from what I understand, it's suppose to be a security measure set in place, it can keep third party applications from misusing permissions to steal data but at the cost of limiting the user
But it is claimed the in 6.0 the sdcard is considered part of the device giving full write permission
Awwh shit, I had just gotten done backing up all my shit to the cloud so I could upgrade from kit kat.
What else is wrong with lollipop? I thought they had fixed it since they're already working on 6.0
>How are you liking it so far?
it's nice, specifically i'm using CM12.1 nightlies on a GS4 Intl (i9505)
none at all
i didn't use the stock rom at all, i got the phone second hand maybe half a year ago, and installed CM immediately, so i couldn't tell you if the stock rom had any oddities/problems
That post links to the issue and reasons for it, it's due to the sd card format that is used commonly is FAT32 which doesn't support permissions, 4.4 and above won't write to sd card unless it owns one the folder or file on the sdcard