UDF and ISO 9660 file system support (for future)
Please provide Read-only support for the UDF file system and ISO 9660 system.
To be considered after SE 2.0 final release
This is for strictly read-only support, not writing.
These two file systems are primarily associated with disc media (CD, DVD, Blu Ray)
It would be nice to enjoy playback/reading of ordinary videos, music, documents, archives etc that are burned to these data discs. So this is not for commercial movie DVDs or commercial Blu Rays with menus.
There are some limited alternatives like a usb based Samsung drive that emulate FAT 32 as a pass through method however they can be a hit and miss sometimes.
Who will use that anyway? This kind of functionality should be implemented by the OS.
But yes, agreed, Android should implement this support in yhe OS itself. The exact sqme could be swid about USB otg in Nexus deviea hence the main other r topic
Krzysztof, I was hoping that you would keep tje topic open to let more votes assemble.
I own an Android tv box (Minix Neo x8-h).
So Tablet users, Tablet-laptops and Android tv boxes are prime candidates who would benefit from this. UDF and ISO 9660 are free to implement compared to the legalities of exfat and ntfs
It is unfortunate that you've declined the request.