WhenAndroid KitKat When it began to be deployed outside of Nexus terminals, many of its users noted the arrival of an annoying problem.Using microSD cards. And for good reason, with this new version of the operating system, Google made sure to remove the bridge between microSD cards and devices storage memory, resorting to security reasons in passing.
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In other words, under Android KitKat it is no longer possible for an application to write data to a directory other than the one allocated to it. microSD cards. An issue that has continued to grow since the end of April, Android KitKat already represented 8.5% of the market. The percentage that should increase significantly in the coming months. Luckily, XDA Developers has a application SDFix KitKat Writable MicroSD named solve the problem.
I’SDFix KitKat Writable MicroSD App It is officially available on the Play Store and works on most devices. Concretely speaking, its operation consists of modifying the system file in question to reauthorize applications to write to microSD cards.
Note that the SDFix KitKat Writable MicroSD app requires root access. However, if you pass this course and decide to install it, you will not only benefit from the new features of Android KitKat, but will continue to use your SD cards as you did before. air tablet already rooted.
It should be noted that for now this is only a beta version. Therefore, by installing it, you will not be protected from possible bugs or incompatibilities with your smartphone, even if these risks remain small.