How which custom android OS stock rom version (7-12) virtually pre load/check/test have adoptable storage format sd card as internal storage option
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question which custom android OS stock rom version (6,7.1,8.1,9.1.10,11,12.1) and how to virtually (VM) pre load pre check test have adoptable storage format sd card as internal storage option
the mobile device i want to load custom rom is lyf water 7 as it have android 5.1.1 lolipop but it dont have option to move app to sd card either its locked ot not suitable or compatible for rom device but same company other models with android 5.1.1 have option to move app to sd card following custom roms is available for the same device i want to know which android version will have format external sd as internalal or move aap to sd option enable for my device
- Android 10 Q stable
- Android 9 Pie.
- Android 8.1 OREO
- Android 7.1 Nougat
- Android 11
- android 12.1 CyanogenMod
I had shared the link of the modified custom roms not from manufacturer vendor but from xda or 3rd party sites don't know it authentic safe or chances to brick the mobile...how can I pre check pre test the custom rom before installing either it have adoptable storage (formatting micro sd card as internal) through pre loading running testing checking custom rom virtually in som virtual machine (VM) type apps so that phone device don't get hardware or software bricked too.
i want to root and install custom rom on my mobile and want to purchase new android mobile ( samsung m21 m31) i am searching that which android supports formatting external sd card as internal and have option to move apps to sd card or auto install apps to sd card kindly suggest the android OS version compatible for adaptable storage
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Generally it's hard to answer because it depends on encryption type and vendor. For example adoptable-storage is not compatible with Android 7.0 - 8.1 with (FBE) file-based encryption. Some devices support adoptable-storage but GUI lacks functionality - intentionally on vendors decision. Some of that limitations can bypassed from cmd line, but you might end up with successfully adopted storage and unmoveable apps