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Old 10-05-2018, 12:53 PM   #1
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Android Adoptable Storage access


Has anyone tried to access their Android phone v6+ SD card under linux?

I've backed up the partitions and had to fill some zero's in the data partition on one block.

One post suggests a way to access the encrypted data.

Since I have a copy I am free to play with almost any attempt.

Thanks.

For grin's I'll try the attach on an external reader to phone and see if I can adopt it again.

Internally it simply says to re-insert or Forget.
 
Old 10-07-2018, 06:38 AM   #2
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Yes. I have an Samsung S7 Edge and a Google Nexus 9, both on Android-7.+

Power off, insert the thing, and power on. File Manager will see it. More fool you for encrypting it, if you live a normal life. The google Nexus is considerably less cooperative than the Samsung. 4.4.2 was the last good version for that.
 
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Android Adoptable Storage access

No, you cant access online storage with the usb version. Theres been talk of adding the option in the future though..
 
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I also thought that we can ahave acccess to this storage via USB.

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Old 04-27-2019, 03:50 AM   #5
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From memory, they nobbled any storage connected via usb because it was a security risk; that began with android-5.0. They've modified it somewhat (no details) or maybe Samsung have, but it's quite restricted. There is a reboot keypress combo (home_volume up_power??). Google's Nexus 9 doesn't even have an sd card.
 
  


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