How to use sdcard with android source code compiled?

by kong » Mon, 20 Dec 2010 10:38:48 GMT


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 I compiled android's source code.But how to use sdcard with it?

/out/target/product/generic/ emulator -image system.img -data userdata.img -ramdisk ramdisk.img

use this can run a emulator,but if I want to use a sdcard,how to do?

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