So I decided that it was a good idea to try out Android 11 in a virtualized Pixel 3a XL. Soooo of course I decided to try and get something I use heavily on a daily basis - X-Plore File Manager - to work. Normal manipulation of the internal storage works as you'd expect, but the SD card... It can see its contents, but when I try to enable it via the documents provider to modify the SD card it doesn't let me select the root of the SD card. So I try both folders that were there by default and one I made with the Files app. It told me to pick a top level folder, even though I cannot! What the ****?! Oh, and lets just say that the documents provider and files app can access/modify only select folders on the internal storage and fully access the SD card. The Files app sucks as usual and would not be an efficient way of managing files by any stretch of imagination (let alone modifying file, working with archives, etc...). This crap literally breaks my music management, document management and so on! I wish I could just go flood the Google HQ with tears. This crap doesn't enhance security in any meaningful way. It is a way of controlling users.