Thanks. I just got this phone, and I'm a little confused about storage layout.
In storage settings, I see:
a) Application storage: Used 539MB, free 2.26GBIn the "My Files" app that came with the phone, I see:
b) Internal storage: /mnt/sdcard, Used ~440MB, free 7.37GB
c) SD card: /mnt/sdcard-ext, free 14.81GB
1) "Internal storage", which looks like what I'd expect the SD card to look like (looks like the SD card on my old Droid 2).In ES File Explorer, I see:
2) "SD card", which is pretty much empty, except for an empty camera dcim folder.
i) The root folder /I'm confused about how these all correspond to each other. Is it like this:
ii) The /sdcard folder which seems to actually correspond to the phone's internal non-SD storage?
iii) The /sdcard-ext folder which seems to correspond to the external SD card.
a = Some internal application data path.When I plug the phone in to USB, two USB drives show up, these look like they correspond to /sdcard and /sdcard-ext.
b = 1 = ii = "Internal Storage", mounted to /sdcard for some reason?
c = 2 = iii = The external SD card.
Also, can I somehow make /sdcard be the external SD card and the internal storage be... something else? I have apps like, e.g. NYC Bus & Subway Maps, which is supposed to download the map data to the SD card, but I guess stores it in /sdcard so it's actually on internal phone storage. The reason I asked about the two cards is because I have /sdcard and /sdcard-ext. It is confusing some of my apps.
The phone is not rooted. Android version 4.0.4 with latest app updates as of the time of this post.
I remember this being much simpler with my Droid 2... maybe I'm getting old and slow...