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Won't boot past Google bootscreen, TWRP can't mount any partition

9th July 2014, 06:24 PM |#21  
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If you've got everything now on your pc. Just fastboot the complete factory image including userdata and start the phone from fresh. Then just copy all your stuff back over
 
 
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Originally Posted by Ben36

If you've got everything now on your pc. Just fastboot the complete factory image including userdata and start the phone from fresh. Then just copy all your stuff back over

It looks like the partition successfully mounts every 1/20+ reboots or so. Right now it managed to mount in TWRP and I'm copying over my files before doing anything else.

Just to be clear this is the second time this is happening. After the first time I _did_ do a complete factory image flash and started fresh. Now, 2 weeks later it happened again. My eMMC might be failing...

EDIT: After the backup completed I ran e2fsck /dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/by-name/userdata , it was found to be clean. I then wiped caches and rebooted and it's working. We'll see how long this lasts...
Last edited by Flyview; 9th July 2014 at 07:31 PM.
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