the files created by my aplication are deleted after turn off USB storage

by Caius 'kaio' Chance » Wed, 03 Feb 2010 01:20:23 GMT


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Afaik, as Android is a derivation of Linux, you might need to unmount
the USB storage properly before physically unplug that. Unlike to
Windows where you will see a progress bar to show the status, writing
data in *nix is that you will see the files appear on the destination in
advance to files written completely.

Just 2c based on *nix, please kindly point out if I am wrong.

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