Droid Turbo 2, needs to mount a CIFS/SMB share

Hi guys.

I have a Droid Turbo 2 and I need to mount a CIFS/samba share, but I need to mount it at the kernel level so all apps on the phone have access to it. Plenty of file managers can access CIFS shares, but I need something that will pass it onto other apps. For now, a time lapse app, and in the future, others. I need essentially unlimited storage on the phone, something my server can provide but the SD card slot cannot!

Any ideas on how to mount a CIFS share at boot, for all apps, like /etc/fstab on a traditional linux system?


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