With the arrival of Android Marshmallow we have seen emerge some problems in it comes to the saved files on the microSD card. Now we have known a solution so that applications can write files directly to in Android Marshmallow microSD card. Few have not been users who have complained of the impossibility that their applications kept files on the microSD card in the latest version of Google’s system, we will see all the details.
Since the arrival of Android Marshmallow many users have complained that applications that worked correctly in Android Lollipop and allow to copy files to the card microSD external not working on Android Marshmallow. This issue revolves around the operating system permissions to be able to write to the external microSD card. We have seen some solutions how to use SDFix but today we bring you a module of Xposed that promises to solve this problem in a very simple way.
Select the apps with write access to the SD in Android Marshmallow
To install this module we need two things, one is to be root and the other installed module Xposed, anything we can do easily thanks to this link:
- How to install Xposed on an Android smartphone
- How to install Xposed Framework 6.0 Android Marshmallow and which modules are compatible
Once we have the Xposed installed on the phone we can install modules, in a manner similar to Cydia in iOS. This time we are going to install a module called Marshmallow SDFix. Once installed we need to do the following:
- Activate the module in Xposed
- Select apps that we can write on the microSD card
Once we have chosen the applications that we want to write data to the microSD card and we have restarted you will see how there will be no restrictions when it comes to storing files on the card microSD external phone. Of course it’s a very simple solution to a problem that has brought headache to many users who have been to your favorite applications not working correctly with the new operating system.
What is striking is that it has to be the scene around Android offering this kind of solutions users. This module works with any version of Android Marshmallow, even in ROMs as CyanogenMod 13.
- Download Xposed Marshmallow SDFix module
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