Hello i think that is not convenient that a free and opensource system struggle with some black box inside.
Exfat on sdcards, it’s cool for windows users.
But what is for linux and mac users?
format and use exfat only for sdcards without to know how it use it?
If there is problem it can’t mange anythings for repairing or retrieve something.
Maybe it could break the sdcard.
I’m a linux user, and have a galaxy s10+. Then shortly i get 2 sdcards corrupt on boot sectors and backup bot sector. Fine, and 2 2 time for both. It happens regularly.
My linux can read it again. But not solve the issue. i’m not skilled enough to use testdisk for it.
sdcard higher than 128GB to copy is really hard to handle in time.
Anyway, i tell me why should i use a partition typ that my os at home can’t manage, repair and i don’t know what.
Why a linux os like android, give no other choice than exfat to use, like exfat?
Use a black box which not really work efficiently (any software may have an issue and some bug, that’ ok). No alternative possible is deadly
Jolla is sailfish os give the possibility to use the ext4 for the sdcard.
And it works well.
If the os works with it, that should not be that really hard to use it for sdcards. or not?
Please please take make request in serious consideration