[Q] Flytouch 8 stuck on boot after a vold.fstab modification
I've got a "FLYTOUCH 8 SUPERPAD Android 4.0" with 4gb of hdd (nand). (rooted)
i've tried to add a 32gb sdcard inside this tablet, and after i've putted in the internal slot, everything was ok (it was recognised as
/mnt/extsd/sdcard2), but i've wanted it to be mounted on /mnt/sdcard to install linux with "linux-complete-installer" -> 2gb wasn't enought.
I've made a backup of the /system partition using dd on the external sdcard, and i've remouned the /system in write mode and modified the vold.fstab in /system/etc.
(i've also made a backup of /data patition, but i dont know if it fully worked because i needed to run e2fsck to repair it)
I've deleted the sdcard line (commented this nand partition) and put the sdcard2 partition on /mnt/sdcard, rebooted this tablet and i'm stuck on android loading screen.
I've tried to restart in recovery mode, but the only thing that i found is a combination of (power + home), but have a weird droid picture (he is dead with a red triangle) and tried to get a menu with +, -, home etc but nothing appear.
I've got few questions:
_why this partition/modification make android crash (the 32gb card is formated as *fat partition, and was recognised with android)
_is there a way to restore the /system backup with another SD, or using adb of something else?
_where is the boot script to see if there is a way to read somenthing useful on the /system backup?
(the /system partition is on nand so i cant run a dd to restore it...)
Others info, on the /system backup, i've get a buid.prop file (i can post the whole file if needed, maybe useful or not)
ro.build.version.released=4.04 (probably the android version)
Thanks a lot!