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How to fix SD writing problem in Android KitKat

Google started a crusade against microSD cards from its second Nexus smartphone. And it has reached the point that in Android KitKat microSD cards are practically read-only units, a problem for many users. However, now they have managed to solve this problem, with a simple application, SDFix, which is also in the Google Play app store.

When Google wants to end a certain system, it does everything possible to achieve it. It did it at the time with applications like Adblock Plus, which were dedicated to blocking advertisements. Google first removed the app from its store, and then it prevented an app from automatically modifying proxy settings. If this sounds like Chinese to you, to the users too, and with the changes in Google, it was necessary for the users to make the proxy settings. Basically, Google did everything it could to make Adblock Plus go away. And it seems that they are trying the same with the use of microSD cards. Google doesn’t want microSD cards in Android smartphones and tablets. And they not only limit themselves to the fact that their Nexus cannot have microSD cards, but they also ensure that the rest of the manufacturers do so.

And they can do it because they simply modify Android. The problem came in that writing to the microSD card from an application is not possible. Although it seems a trifle, this is a problem for many applications, especially Root applications. However, a user has managed to solve the problem, for which you only have to install and run an application, which will be responsible for slightly modifying the Android code. Of course, to be able to run the application it will be necessary to be Root. The application in question is called SDFix and it is available for free on Google Play.

Google Play – SDFix