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Samsung S9+ ----> /dev/null?

(Topic created: 11-24-2022 01:05 PM)
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Evidential
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I have some sort of secondary storage I don't know why but on my Samsung s9+ I looked on SDMaid and it said that I have a secondary storage called /dev/null and I cant access it.
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user751201tmO21
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We software engineers call that the "bit bucket" or "black hole".

It's a device file (Unix oriented operating systems) that discards data written to it. The write is reported as success.

It's basically used for disposing of unwanted output data of a process

Ignore it
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Thank you c:
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