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How To Bypass Android Kitkat 4.4 Using External SD Card Without Root

How to Bypass Android Kitkat 4.4 Using External SD Card Without Root. However, with Android 4.4 KitKat, a change in the way the operating system gives read and write permissions to apps has caused a bit of a brouhaha among Android users. In regards to what the Android OS considerssecondary storage, like an external SD card, the ability of third-party apps to freely write to it has been crippled

How To Bypass Android Kitkat 4.4 Using External SD Card Without Root

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  • Make sure that you have root access
  • Perform a NANDROID backup to be completely safe
  • Use a root-enabled file manager and navigate to /system/etc/permissions
  • Edit platform.xml and find “WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE
  • Add an additional group definition for this permission: <group gid=”media_rw” />
  • Save the changes and restart your device
  • You are now able to write on your external SD card again

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B1 File Manager

First of all it should be noted that Kitkat does not limit ALL writing operations. Third-party apps can write to their own, specifically designated folders. B1 Free Archiver and B1 File Manager are not exception. In short, you can extract archives and move files to a specified folder created on an SD card after the app is installed.

In B1 File Manager you can access that folder by going to your external SD card and following this path:

Android – data – org.b1.android.filemanager – files

The same is true for B1 Free Archiver. The path looks like:

Android – data – org.b1.android.filemanager – files

So, by moving your files to the respective folder, you can bypass SD card limitation. However, there are some things to keep in mind.

Bypass Android Kitkat 4.4 Using External SD Card Without Root

Steps to Bypass Android Kitkat 4.4 Using External Sd Card :-

1. If you uninstall B1 Free Archiver or B1 File Manager, the folder of the respective app on an SD card will be deleted and all data will be lost. So, before you do that better copy the content of “files” folder into your internal storage.

2. You can check the storage space occupied by the app inside Application Manager in Settings. This information is shown in SD card data option. Do NOT tap the Clear data button! Otherwise your files stored in the application’s folder on SD card will be deleted.

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