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Default [Q] No media audio, system or notification sounds work.

Hi guys,
I don't know what piece of info is relevant or not, so I will outline as much as I can.

I was running the latest stable Slimbean with stock kernel, a couple of weeks ago my external sdcard stopped being recognized and would not mount. In Clockworkmod it would show an error mounting what I later learned were 3 different partitions.

Yesterday I installed freegee to try and restore my original partitions, but it would give me an error that my device was not supported. So I uninstalled freegee. The next time I rebooted my phone, it would get stuck on a black screen after the LG logo. I was able to get into recovery and download mode, so I tried the original teenybin with lgpnst and I could not get into recovery, only the LG logo. I then tried the alternate teenybin that boots up with the Google logo and I was able to get into TWRP.

I then sideloaded Houston's aosp KitKat and was able to successfully boot up the phone. I now have no system sounds, no music or media sounds, through the speaker or the headphone jack. Phone audio works through earpiece, speaker and headphones.

Tried wiping and reflashing. I don't know what else to do.

Any ideas would be appreciated.
Thanks.

I also noticed that sensors were not working.
I flashed the W84C27MO84.zip hybrid modem.
This solved the problem with sounds and audio not working and fixed the sensors.
 
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Post your partition table here!!!

Enter in CWM Recovery, connect your phone to computer, open terminal in administrator mode. open adb shell and run this command.

parted /dev/block/mmcblk0

press P and put your result partition screenshot here.
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Post your partition table here!!!

Enter in CWM Recovery, connect your phone to computer, open terminal in administrator mode. open adb shell and run this command.

parted /dev/block/mmcblk0

press P and put your result partition screenshot here.

I wasn't able to do it exactly as you described, but I think I got what you asked for. Hope it helps.
Thanks,
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Im so sorry my steps was with Special CWM.

Try this 3 steps on ADB shell.

Code:
dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p17 of=/sdcard/mmcblk0p17.bak
mke2fs -T ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk0p17
reboot
good luck!!
 
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Im so sorry my steps was with Special CWM.

Try this 3 steps on ADB shell.

Code:
dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p17 of=/sdcard/mmcblk0p17.bak
mke2fs -T ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk0p17
reboot
good luck!!
Thank you for the response.
What exactly will this do?
 
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I ran what you suggested.
I received "Not enough space to build proposed file system while setting up superblock"
How much free space is required? I have almost 2gigs free
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you need to do separate steps. One line is one command. Enter every one line.

And Dont copy paste i see another extra simbols
 
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you need to do separate steps. One line is one command. Enter every one line.

And Dont copy paste i see another extra simbols
Hello,
Thank you for your responses.
I tried doing it again, one line at a time, but still got the same message after the second line.
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Try add -F to the second line like this:

mke2fs -F -T ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk0p17
 
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Try add -F to the second line like this:

mke2fs -F -T ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk0p17
Hi Fernando,
I tried again with the -F added, but I received the same message about "not enough space..."

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