Ah, there we go, calling someone an idiot +Tristan Curtis
How, pray tell, do developers allow access to the entire card if the permission to do so is only available for system apps?
Security holes? How so? What makes following the same old thing for internal but gimping external somehow more secure?
Aren't almost all vulnerable files stored on internal memory?
Kiling music, video, and photo editing. Reducing file manaers to the poorly made bloat apps. Not allowing me to pull files from a network share to my SD card. Not letting me download a file and then edit it without spawning a copy for the app I'm using to edit.
Can you explain how this makes my device more secure?
I'm actually interested in more than an insult to back up your position.
Now the holes could be closed if they didn't use FAT, but what they've done seems like theater for the masses, and directly affects the ability to use your device as a replacement for multiple different systems as I was before foolishly updating to 4.4.