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Wiped System - Only 25gb Left

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2nd February 2014, 07:54 PM   |  #1  
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I accidentally wiped my system through CWM. I finally got Santod's stock rom working on it and noticed I only had 25gb of storage available. I realize I never had the full 32gb but it was around 28gb available before. It's 25.00 too. A very even number which makes me think I have something partitioned off. Other was listed as having 10+ gigs in the storage app.

I even flash a AOSP ROM to check if it was just Sense - no go.
3rd February 2014, 12:53 AM   |  #2  
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I accidentally wiped my system through CWM. I finally got Santod's stock rom working on it and noticed I only had 25gb of storage available. I realize I never had the full 32gb but it was around 28gb available before. It's 25.00 too. A very even number which makes me think I have something partitioned off. Other was listed as having 10+ gigs in the storage app.

I even flash a AOSP ROM to check if it was just Sense - no go.

Sounds like you still have a backup hiding from you possibly.
With su permissions granted to ES File Explorer and System Mounted, you should be able to see them here:
/data/media/clockworkmod/backup/
If there is a backup in there, then that could be what's eating your extra space.
You can delete it, if you don't need it, otherwise, at least you know where the space went.
4th February 2014, 02:59 AM   |  #3  
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Sounds like you still have a backup hiding from you possibly.
With su permissions granted to ES File Explorer and System Mounted, you should be able to see them here:
/data/media/clockworkmod/backup/
If there is a backup in there, then that could be what's eating your extra space.
You can delete it, if you don't need it, otherwise, at least you know where the space went.

I feel kind of stupid now. You're right. My stock backup clocks in at 3.3gb. Makes sense (no pun intended) now that I think about it!
5th February 2014, 07:19 AM   |  #4  
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Weird, I too have noticed my storage space is at 25 gb according to es file explorer. I have deleted a twrp backup but no change. Any suggestions?
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