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[Q] Rooted Huawei G6 - Apps can't access phone memory

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By andy.m, Junior Member on 5th July 2014, 09:12 AM
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Hi,

I have a Huawei G6 from China. I unlocked the bootloader, rooted it with vroot and installed SuperSU.

I can install GoogePlayStore and all kind of different apps from it. And they work mostly fine. But for some reason some apps show issues:

- I can't take a picture. It says "Storage full, install SD card". Although phone memory is still around 1 GB left.
- I can't open files from Dropbox. "Not enough memory, or storage full"
- ES File Explorer doesn't show local SD card
- Some apps, like Waze just won't run "Waze can't access your SD card. Make sure it isn't mounted". That one totally confuses me.

What's missing? How can I fix this?

If wrong sub-forum pls move this post accordingly.

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Andy
 
 
5th July 2014, 07:01 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by andy.m

Hi,

I have a Huawei G6 from China. I unlocked the bootloader, rooted it with vroot and installed SuperSU.

I can install GoogePlayStore and all kind of different apps from it. And they work mostly fine. But for some reason some apps show issues:

- I can't take a picture. It says "Storage full, install SD card". Although phone memory is still around 1 GB left.
- I can't open files from Dropbox. "Not enough memory, or storage full"
- ES File Explorer doesn't show local SD card
- Some apps, like Waze just won't run "Waze can't access your SD card. Make sure it isn't mounted". That one totally confuses me.

What's missing? How can I fix this?

If wrong sub-forum pls move this post accordingly.

Thanks
Andy

I had the same problem.
Just unroot with SuperSU and your problem is solved.
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6th July 2014, 11:09 AM |#3  
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I had the same problem.
Just unroot with SuperSU and your problem is solved.

Excellent! That worked.

Do you then use anything else as substitute? Is it actually required?
28th August 2014, 02:04 PM |#4  
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Excellent! That worked.

Do you then use anything else as substitute? Is it actually required?

Ok I resolved as described in this thread, in this way obviously the phone became unrooted. I really don't know how the problems described can be caused by rooting it, how is it possible ?
Does the problem described depends on which method used to root the phone ? I used the towel application (last version) , is there any root method for G6 that doesn't lead to this issue ?
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