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It’s also important to notice the last sentence, because it says data written to any private folder will be erased when the app is uninstalled.
This means that common apps like alternative cameras, image editors, and GPS loggers probably shouldn’t store data in these folders because it will all be erased if you uninstall them for any reason. While it’s not clearly documented, there is another tweak to the WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission.
To gain access to this group, a permission called WRITE_MEDIA_STORAGE was added.
In essence, WRITE_MEDIA_STORAGE duplicated the original functionality of WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE, but with a catch: it was impossible for regular apps to request it.
The newer WRITE_MEDIA_STORAGE permission could write to secondary storage, but regular apps couldn’t access it.
Basically, this cut off any possibility for 3rd-party apps to modify data on SD cards.
These synthesized permissions are accomplished by wrapping raw storage devices in a FUSE daemon.” …
[For secondary storage, if it exists] The WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE permission must only grant write access to the primary external storage on a device.
Apps must not be allowed to write to secondary external storage devices, except in their package-specific directories as allowed by synthesized permissions.
Further, the Nexus One never received an official OTA to Ice Cream Sandwich, so access to the SD card was never visibly lost.
In fact, the only device known to be affected by the change was the Motorola XOOM.
Restricting writes in this way ensures the system can clean up files when applications are uninstalled.