I am trying to use a file to write some data to in my app. I don’t want my app to use write/read permissions so I am trying to use ASD. According to
this article if I use
/storage/emulated/0/Android/data/<packageName>/files/<fileName.txt> there should be no need for write/read permissions.
This shows how I use it:
The problem is that my app still asks for write/read permissions. Is there something I am doing wrong?
Maybe this might help you
Yes , the file component needs the write permission for writing files to the app specific directory , and the read permission for reading from the app specific directory,seems that it is a bug , see here:
Fortunately , there is an extension here
That doesn’t need a permission to read /write files in the app specific directory.
the file component asks for the permissions
use the EFile extension instead, see here
EFile is a modified version of original File component.The only difference between File component and the extension is that the extension does not asks for write permission if you want to write to Application Specific Directory and read permission if you want to read from Application Specific Directory or Assets.
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Last Updated: 2020-08-19T18:30:00Z (UTC)
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