Let users with no external SD to finish their backups without errors (it doesn't matter if you backup into external or internal SD)
mount: mounting /dev/block/mmcblk1p1 on /sdcard failed: No such file or directory Unable to find mounted volume: /sdcard Error finding an appropriate backup handler.
amit fixed it forcing the mount with /sbin/postrecoveryboot.sh (as the name says, it is executed right after recovery boot), but I think he didn't consider the users with no external SD. Moreover you can't unmount /sdcard if you first don't unmount /sdcard/.android_secure.
That said, my question is: do we still need this script? https://github.com/XDA-Bam/samsung_k...ecoveryboot.sh
I'm sure the first two lines (mount etc) are useless. The problem is the rest. I think those lines could only give problems (starting from line 12, except the last one).
I don't know what happens if we leave this script as it is, I tried to do a backup with only the last line and for today no more backups and tries.
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