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I'm been searching everywhere, and I can't find a fix for this. My phone is rooted, so I'm not sure why I wouldn't have access to do anything. At the moment, I'm messing around with trying to install Linux on my S5. I'm getting numerous Permission denied errors. It seems to happen when I use busy box's "mount" command. For instance, in Linux on Android, I get permission denied at "busybox mount -t ext2 /dev/block/loop255 /data/local/mnt". I'm assuming this is some kind of security feature that's preventing me from doing this. Does anybody have any suggestions? Thanks!