Could I somehow create an /sdcard0 and /sdcard1 mountpoint in Android 6 and get it automounted every boot?
This is possible, but one would need to edit
/boot (fstab.qcom is there). This is not easy (unpack
boot.img, make changes, repack, flash on phone) and needs to be re-done on every update…
I never thought I would ever miss /etc/fstab
Is there some other Way to get memorizable Mountpoints in Android?
I hate this random directory name for the sdcard in /storage like 716B-32AC
It got even more worse in Lineageos where the directory name increase to something like /storage/57f3f4bc-acf1-655f-ba67-976fc0f9b35f/
I am no android pro, but I’m not aware of any such possibility. But
/boot would be the correct location for such an intent.
I’m not sure those are “random”. Looks quite like the partition UUID, and you could change that.
716B-32AC is the UUID of the FAT partition
The UUIDs are longer with other filesystems (eg ext4).
You could create a symlink on your data or system partition (
/system, outside of that it will be in a temporary filesystem where changes get lost on reboot)
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