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In November 2021, Google launched a new file management system in Android 11 and the following versions, bringing a major change to the way Locus Map and other applications handle their data:
The app has a full read/write access only to its PRIVATE FOLDER in /Android/data/ system directory (either in the internal storage or in the external storage - removable SD card)
As a precaution before the update to Locus Map Classic 3.56.x we urgently recommend:
The original default setting of the Locus Map main directory was in the root of the internal storage of the device. Plus, custom sub-directories could be set elsewhere in the internal or external storage (removable SD card), and external maps could be linked to the app from anywhere in the device storage.
As this setup is no longer possible on Android 11+, we've prepared a few scenarios for smooth and secure transfer of your data after the app update: