We probably don't need Shelter anymore for Android Q.
@PeterCxy Congratulations about another iOS birth ? 🙃
@horo It's not an iOS-like filesystem model; Storage Access Framework is not dead but, contrarily, enforced; File Managers are not killed, they are just forced to use the newer API which is much more elegant and, as an addition, gives more control to the user on what an app can access. Android still has a real filesystem that is open to the user, it's just that you can now control exactly what file/folder an app can access outside of its own isolated sandbox.
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