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Internal Storage in an external SD
I am developing an application which requires a very large amount of images.
I have about 20mb/300MB of images to download every day.
I currently have my data stored in the SD card. However, I read that the SD card cannot be expanded and I'd need to move my data to the internal storage.
I've read that internal storage is not really available to applications and I'd need to root the phone in order to get access to it.
So my question is: do you think it's a good idea to move the data to internal storage, if all I need is 20mb of images? Or do you think I should just keep everything in the SD card, and the benefits of the internal storage are not worth the risks?
Generally, I think that you should keep it all in the external SD.
It is possible to unlock the internal storage of the phone and only allow certain apps (like yours) to have access to it, but if you are worried about your data on the phone, it would make more sense to leave it where it is (until you have more data than you can fit on an SD card).
In connection with digital television it is known that video streams can be provided in various formats, such as the H.264/AVC standard and the H.265/HEVC standard.
Furthermore, it is known that a television receiver may be provided with a decoding device that allows for decoding certain formats, such as the ATSC digital television signal standard. In order to enable a television receiver to decode a video stream, the decoder must have the corresponding decoding software installed.
The decoding software is in turn dependent on the decoding hardware, and a TV that is upgraded with decoders and corresponding software to decode the formats that the user wants to watch is thereby upgraded.
The problem is that upgrading the decoding devices in a television receiver is troublesome and expensive. In a first step, the television receiver must be provided with a new device; in a second step, the new device must be set up to work with the television receiver, which requires knowledge of the decoding protocol, and this can be especially difficult in connection with the new version of ATSC that is gradually being introduced.Q: