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[Q] Memory Problem

23rd August 2014, 10:59 AM |#1  
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I have a problem with my Neuxs 5.
A month ago i flashed my Nexus on Android L and yesterday i also rooted it.
Then a few hours later it crashes. I don't know why and I can't boot it anymore.

Today i tried to flash it new without a data loss, but the problem is that the apps run all perfectly except for that i can't save anything and could not open the galerie.
But in the settings i can see that there is a memory. Only i can't access on it.

I want the data from the memory, but i don't know how.


I hope you can help me and sorry for my english.
23rd August 2014, 12:14 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by manih98

I have a problem with my Neuxs 5.
A month ago i flashed my Nexus on Android L and yesterday i also rooted it.
Then a few hours later it crashes. I don't know why and I can't boot it anymore.

Today i tried to flash it new without a data loss, but the problem is that the apps run all perfectly except for that i can't save anything and could not open the galerie.
But in the settings i can see that there is a memory. Only i can't access on it.

I want the data from the memory, but i don't know how.


I hope you can help me and sorry for my english.

can a file explorer read your sd-card?
23rd August 2014, 12:24 PM |#3  
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can a file explorer read your sd-card?

No unfortunately not.
I have the Total Commander
23rd August 2014, 09:38 PM |#4  
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Go back to Kitkat through factory images.
23rd August 2014, 10:30 PM |#5  
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its a very common issue with flashing L, your storage isnt seen because the location changed.
1. you can move everything back manually(your storage is still there, just in another location).
2. or you can flash the factory img for 444 via fastboot.
23rd August 2014, 10:51 PM |#6  
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its a very common issue with flashing L, your storage isnt seen because the location changed.
1. you can move everything back manually(your storage is still there, just in another location).
2. or you can flash the factory img for 444 via fastboot.

+1 and make sure you do a factory reset in the stock recovery

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31st August 2014, 01:18 PM |#7  
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Thank you guys, but i solve the problem with the nexus root toolkit.
With this toolkit i can make a copy of all data on the phone.

After this i flashed Android L and the IMEI get also back.
31st August 2014, 01:27 PM |#8  
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Please learn to fix things manually. Toolkits are the root of all evil

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