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Nexus 10 internal storage became read-only

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20th February 2014, 08:27 AM   |  #11  
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Maybe of interest for you with root

http://www.chainfire.eu/articles/113..._to_SD_cards_/



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20th February 2014, 09:02 AM   |  #12  
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This is also an issue on some galaxy nexus'. It is a fried EMMC chip im afraid. The internal storage is ruined and needs to be replaced. I didnt know this was possible on the Nexus 10 and maybe im wrong but it has all the signs..

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Thanks for all the links guys... I think this appears to be some sort of hardware issue. I'm reluctant to tinker further in case I make it worse. Right now it is usable as long as I don't try to update the rom or run certain apps. I'll keep stumbling along until the N10 replacement (N11?) comes out... gives me an excuse to buy it
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Hi,

For more it looks like a dead end (even fastboot didn't work!), I think you should try one more thing, I'm highly skeptical that it will work, but now I guess every little bit will be something.

First reboot to your recovery. Then plug it to your PC and go to your and folder, now type:
Code:
adb shell
su
touch /sdcard/null
cd /dev/block/platform/dw_mmc.0/by-name/
dd if=/sdcard/null of=system
dd if=/sdcard/null of=userdata
dd if=/sdcard/null of=boot
If the command went trough rightly, it will format your system, kernel (boot) and data. If this doesn't work I'm out of ideas, I was going to suggest things that were already suggested here, so it only left me with this. I just want to tell you that if something goes wrong and it stops working, I'm not responsible for it. If the command works, then it's all about flashing a new ROM.

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