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[Q] "random" softbrick /unable to mount data - but be able to reboot and start rom?!

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By _moelle, Senior Member on 29th July 2014, 11:01 AM
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Hey Guys,

am facing a real annoying problem. - im kinda flashaholic guy and change my daily driver really often. - but i allways do wipe davlik/cache/system/data, so im not doing dirtyflashes at all. - I dont know why, but after a random period of time i get the error "unable to mount data" in twrp.

its ****ed up at all, cause i can use the installed rom totally normal, but nothing in recovery works from then, cause of "unable to mount data".

to get it back working, i usually go ahead und delete the wohl data partition, as described here:

http://android-revolution-hd.blogspo...a-htc-one.html


is there any other solution to fix it? or can anybody tell me what action did that unmountable data partition? caus ive no clue.
is there a thing to prevent this mount-problem? i really would thank you for some helping tips
 
 
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Originally Posted by _moelle

Hey Guys,

am facing a real annoying problem. - im kinda flashaholic guy and change my daily driver really often. - but i allways do wipe davlik/cache/system/data, so im not doing dirtyflashes at all. - I dont know why, but after a random period of time i get the error "unable to mount data" in twrp.

its ****ed up at all, cause i can use the installed rom totally normal, but nothing in recovery works from then, cause of "unable to mount data".

to get it back working, i usually go ahead und delete the wohl data partition, as described here:

http://android-revolution-hd.blogspo...a-htc-one.html


is there any other solution to fix it? or can anybody tell me what action did that unmountable data partition? caus ive no clue.
is there a thing to prevent this mount-problem? i really would thank you for some helping tips

reflash TWRP through fastboot, take a recovery and wipe everything then restore
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