I have discovered a problem whereby in trying to transfer files (e.g. to update, backup or even userdata) via a Samba or SFTP mapped drive - it says there is not enough space - in fact it says there is ZERO space for a file transfer.
Then I tried using SCP command from a Powershell Terminal - this worked with no problem
I can also ‘write’ from within CoreElec itself, whether that be sourcing an ‘update’ or creating a ‘backup’ - these are added to the appropriate folders without issue and once loaded I can see them using the STFP map in Explorer
So what has gone wrong with the access to write to that storage drive? I also tried to access it when booting into the main Android system - again I can see what is in there, copy FROM but not TO!
I wasn’t sure if this was initially my SD card - or the USB Card Reader - but tried a couple of different cards and also just a plain USB thumb drive - all behave the same in regard to writing to the Storage Drive. Note that my error is NOT that I do not have access privilege in any way, it says there is zero space available.
I know this worked fine on previous installs - what is going on that may have changed?
EDIT - OK - sorry, I found COULD access when simply mapping the drive via the QuickAccess in FileExplorer - but does not access via the SFTP or directly when drive in another device
Can someone explain that mechanism to me?