[Q] Trouble Mounting partitions
Ok, so I'm a little new to all this, and I've learned enough to be dangerous. I'm working on a first generation Kindle Fire. I spent six hours last night on this issue. Previously, I had installed the stock android 2. something. Anyways it worked ok, but it is an outdated OS. I won this thing in a contest, after having it I would never buy one. Anyway, it has now become my kids toy. As many of you have experienced the default size for the data partition is too small. So I downloaded Fireparted. I couldn't get it to open, so I found out that the file extension belonged to Microsoft Visual studio. So I downloaded it, built the program and ran it. I read the partitions and set the sdcard to 1600Mb, the cache was left at 268, and took up the rest with the data partition. I ran the program, and it stopped, it stayed on the same screen for a while. I closed it all down, and reopened the program and it couldn't read the partitions. I saw on the fireparted forum that he added some program to help some glitch so I found that in the folder and dragged it into Visual studio. I then saw the play button clicked it, and it ran the program without the build thing, i couldn't find it again. Still couldn't read it, so I tried the 2008 version, no good. So, I went back the forums and found the one made by someone on here. It took me while to get it but this now what I get in the adb shell parted /dev/block/mmcblk0
Everything seemed great, I mounted the sdcard, copied the rom jb-4.22-kfire-hashcode-2013 and the gapps for it to the sd card and was about to have an improved kindle. I went to wipe and I get these errors
Last night, I would get both the cache, and data errors.
I've tried going into adb shell and typing
and I get mounted to (a long file name ) failed, no such file or directory exist.
Now what is interesting is I got this for both data and cache, but cache is showing up now in adb shell mount command, when it wasn't last night. So, while I wait for an answer I need to remember what I did last night.
Anyway I seached and search last night, and i kept seeing sugestions to do a fastboot factory reset or something, I really don't want to start over, I know there is a simple answer, to make this fixed in five minutes.
Thanks for you time