/storage/emulated/0/ open an exe "access denied"

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/storage/emulated/0/ open an exe "access denied"

Post by +KZ » Tue Nov 27, 2018 4:48 pm

hello, When I try to open an exe (Specifically "smbx.exe") in the directory of "/ storage / emulated / 0 /" I get a message saying "access denied" and it does not allow me to open the executable, how do I make this message not appear and the executable to open? (Sorry for the bad English)

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Re: /storage/emulated/0/ open an exe "access denied"

Post by +KZ » Wed Nov 28, 2018 8:59 pm

I already found a solution, I write "cd z: /storage/emulated/0/smbxwine/smbx.exe/" but I get "invalid directory name" does someone give me a solution? Thanks

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Re: /storage/emulated/0/ open an exe "access denied"

Post by brettzx » Thu Nov 29, 2018 2:44 pm

Have you tried going to "sdcard" instead of "storage" via the browse menu in run? Have you granted storage permissions for Wine in Android?

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Re: /storage/emulated/0/ open an exe "access denied"

Post by Carl » Sat Dec 01, 2018 6:43 am

Change exe file permission to 777 (for example with Total Commander)
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Re: /storage/emulated/0/ open an exe "access denied"

Post by SmilerOnline » Sat Dec 01, 2018 12:31 pm

Carl wrote:Change exe file permission to 777 (for example with Total Commander)
Doesn't change the file, it says succeeded but when reopening the file it says the same thing as before...

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Re: /storage/emulated/0/ open an exe "access denied"

Post by Banchuong » Sun Mar 10, 2019 10:55 am

Carl wrote:Change exe file permission to 777 (for example with Total Commander)
Did you use any file management application to grant permission ??

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