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[Q] Please Help Me! Tab 3 10.1 Lost internal storage

OP iivari69

20th January 2014, 01:27 PM   |  #11  
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Originally Posted by Ripshock

Great :D

sent from SM-T210(R)ocketTab 3.0 $upR_f@$T

---------- Post added at 07:48 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:43 PM ----------

If you could please post the guide in here? so if anyone has a problem, he can get it fix and thanks

sent from SM-T210(R)ocketTab 3.0 $upR_f@$T

It wasn't exactly a guide...
It was about 40 emails between dev and me.
There were couple of trys, which didn't take affect.

But with Root explorer, I checked that there is sdcard.backup file in /system/bin/, then
I deleted /system/bin/sdcard and copied sdcard.backup to /system/bin/
Reboot.
It didn't yet make any difference.

Later renamed sdcard - copy.backup to sdcard (which should had done at first place, I think).
Then I installed Terminal emulator and after commandlines:
----------------------------------
su
mount -o rw,remount /system
chown root.shell /system/bin/sdcard
chmod 755 /system/bin/sdcard

chcon u:object_r:sdcardd_exec:s0 /system/bin/sdcard
----------------------------------
and Reboot. I finally got it working.

I will not take any responsibility of these instructions.
I was guided by dev of that app which caused problems with my device.
Developer is tnslf2k and he is registered user here on xda-developers forums.
If someone face similar problems,I suggest to turn to developer of problem causing app.
I personally got help fast and I'm verry happy with "customer service". :)
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21st January 2014, 01:22 AM   |  #12  
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Im not versed in command line stuff. But can someone advise what these command lines did ?
Does it sound like his "sdcard" path got changed or deleted ? And that made it disappear?
And the command lines restored the path or name ?
Just wondering.
Thanks - glad it got fixed.

Quote:
Originally Posted by iivari69

It wasn't exactly a guide...
It was about 40 emails between dev and me.
There were couple of trys, which didn't take affect.

But with Root explorer, I checked that there is sdcard.backup file in /system/bin/, then
I deleted /system/bin/sdcard and copied sdcard.backup to /system/bin/
Reboot.
It didn't yet make any difference.

Later renamed sdcard - copy.backup to sdcard (which should had done at first place, I think).
Then I installed Terminal emulator and after commandlines:
----------------------------------
su
mount -o rw,remount /system
chown root.shell /system/bin/sdcard
chmod 755 /system/bin/sdcard

chcon ubject_r:sdcardd_exec:s0 /system/bin/sdcard
----------------------------------
and Reboot. I finally got it working.

I will not take any responsibility of these instructions.
I was guided by dev of that app which caused problems with my device.
Developer is tnslf2k and he is registered user here on xda-developers forums.
If someone face similar problems,I suggest to turn to developer of problem causing app.
I personally got help fast and I'm verry happy with "customer service".

22nd January 2014, 02:59 AM   |  #13  
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Originally Posted by roninep

Im not versed in command line stuff. But can someone advise what these command lines did ?
Does it sound like his "sdcard" path got changed or deleted ? And that made it disappear?
And the command lines restored the path or name ?
Just wondering.
Thanks - glad it got fixed.

Here I did a script for you, it has the same command lines
download and install "rom toolbox lite" then open it then "scripter" then "add" on top right then import the script which is inside the zip file then tap on "fix sd card" then run and execute as root
but this script only works if you have done a back up so do as he said
Quote:
Originally Posted by iivari69

But with Root explorer, I checked that there is sdcard.backup file in /system/bin/, thenI deleted /system/bin/sdcard and copied sdcard.backup to /system/bin/Reboot.*It didn't yet make any difference.*Later renamed sdcard - copy.backup to sdcard (which should had done at first place, I think).Then I installed Terminal emulator and after commandlines

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