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18th January 2014, 09:20 PM   |  #1  
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i keep getting this error message when i try to download from my browser or save pics from my cam. i can dl from the market ok. this started to happen after i did a full wipe of internal memory. not sure if that has to do with it
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i keep getting this error message when i try to download from my browser or save pics from my cam. i can dl from the market ok. this started to happen after i did a full wipe of internal memory. not sure if that has to do with it

It likely did. Try reformatting the storage from within the device.

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It likely did. Try reformatting the storage from within the device.

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Through twrp? I did that and that's when I started getting this problem. Could it have changed the default download folder? I didn't notice before but it seems to be saving it to an emulated/0/download folder . Never noticed the emulated part.
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It likely did. Try reformatting the storage from within the device.

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I attached a file from my phone. Can you take a look at yours and see if you have the same emulated folder? I swear it used to save to the Sicard section
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I attached a file from my phone. Can you take a look at yours and see if you have the same emulated folder? I swear it used to save to the Sicard section

One is a symbolically linked path. Nothing has changed to the best of my knowledge. @freeza had an adb command you can run to address this. I'll link it in a moment, but I have to test something for another dev.





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One is a symbolically linked path. Nothing has changed to the best of my knowledge. @freeza had an adb command you can run to address this. I'll link it in a moment, but I have to test something for another dev.





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Thanks. Much appreciated. It'd driving me nuts. Lol
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Thanks. Much appreciated. It'd driving me nuts. Lol

OK, here is the link, suggest you read the posts prior...

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=49500628

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