Show device filesystem

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Show device filesystem

Post by *Suncatcher » 2019-04-28, 07:29 UTC

Does TC has capability to show the FS of my device? I am interested particularly in External/OTG cards, but internal memory will also be fine, if it is.

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Re: Show device filesystem

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2019-04-29, 13:27 UTC

TC can access file systems in two ways:
1. Via Unix/Java files, like /storage/emulated/0
2. Virtual folders (Storage framework) in the form ///_SD-Card.

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Re: Show device filesystem

Post by *tmsg » 2019-04-29, 14:30 UTC

TC does work with internal and external SD cards and also with OTG USB sticks, though depending on your Android version there are some small differences.

If your device is rooted you can actually see and work on the complete file tree starting with /.

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Re: Show device filesystem

Post by *Suncatcher » 2019-06-16, 06:56 UTC

No, I don't mean accessing the filesystem in R/W mode, i know it can. I mean how can I now which filesystem (USB/SD/int)-disk has: FAT32, NTFS, exFAT etc.?

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Re: Show device filesystem

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2019-06-17, 13:28 UTC

There is currently no function in Android to determine the file system of a disk.
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