To move a file from Termux to the internal storage of your Android device, you can use the “mv” command to rename the file and then use the “cp” command to copy the file to the internal storage directory. Here are the steps to move a file called “file.txt” to the internal storage directory:
- Open Termux on your Android device.
- Use the “pwd” command to check your current directory.
- Use the “cd” command to navigate to the directory where the file “file.txt” is located.
- Use the “mv” command to rename the file, for example: “mv file.txt /sdcard/file.txt”
- Now the file has been moved from Termux to the internal storage (sdcard) of the device.
It’s important to note that the internal storage directory may be different depending on the device and Android version. Some common directories for internal storage are “/sdcard”, “/storage/emulated/0”, and “/storage/self/primary”.
You can also use the file manager to copy the files from the Termux folder to internal storage.
It’s important to note that you may need to give Termux permission to access the storage, Make sure to grant storage permission to Termux in the app settings.
It’s also important to note that it’s a good practice to back up your important files before moving or manipulating them, to avoid any data loss.