Kernelflinger support SATA disk, and support /dev/sda. But kernelflinger does not
support IDE and SCSI disk now.
Kernelflinger also support eMMC, UFS, NVMe, SD card, USB storage etc.
From: Celadon [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Michael Goffioul
Sent: Thursday, September 27, 2018 9:53 PM
Celadon] Does kernelflinger work with /dev/sda HDD?
Before I even attempt to use kernelflinger, I figured I'd ask the question. Last time
I tried kernelflinger (with Android-IA), it didn't work as my device uses /dev/sda HDD
and kernelflinger expected emmc storage.