„Because the history of computing has taught us is that data will not be contained. Data breaks free. It expands to new media, crashes through barriers; painfully, maybe even dangerously. But, uh, there it is… Data finds a way.“ – Jeff Goldblum as Jeff Goldblum (Jurassic Gift Shop)
When we last left our favorite removable storage device, OEMs had begun adopting Google’s policy for restricting write access to SD cards.
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External Blues Redux: Apps Still Have A Loophole For Writing To The SD Card On KitKat, But For How Long? was written by the awesome team at Android Police.