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Okay, I don't know how many people are facing this issue but here it goes.

I've just restored back my Nandroid backup rom which is root stock 4.4.2 TW Poland from CM11. Everything is as it should be except for one thing, my INTERNAL storage suddenly become READ ONLY, not REWRITABLE.

To me this is weird as most people I've search on this board has external SD issues, but my external SD are working fine. I can transfer apps and even do Titanium Backup on it no problem.

Can someone enlighten me what seems to be the problem? What has CM11 done to the internal storage permission?
 
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Okay, I don't know how many people are facing this issue but here it goes.

I've just restored back my Nandroid backup rom which is root stock 4.4.2 TW Poland from CM11. Everything is as it should be except for one thing, my INTERNAL storage suddenly become READ ONLY, not REWRITABLE.

To me this is weird as most people I've search on this board has external SD issues, but my external SD are working fine. I can transfer apps and even do Titanium Backup on it no problem.

Can someone enlighten me what seems to be the problem? What has CM11 done to the internal storage permission?
I have exactly the same issue now.

Hoping there is a fix
 
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Same issue, had to flashed stock firmware again to fix it.
I noticed in es file explorer, internal sd is mounted as "legacy" after restoring while it was mounted as "0" in stock tw before CM11.
 
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Same issue, had to flashed stock firmware again to fix it.
I noticed in es file explorer, internal sd is mounted as "legacy" after restoring while it was mounted as "0" in stock tw before CM11.
Did you flash via Odin or via CWM?
 
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Mobile odin..
 
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Same issue, had to flashed stock firmware again to fix it.
I noticed in es file explorer, internal sd is mounted as "legacy" after restoring while it was mounted as "0" in stock tw before CM11.
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Mobile odin..
Perhaps that's the way to go - sorry for 20 questions - did you flash a pre-rooted version or just plain stock via mobile odin?
 
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Perhaps that's the way to go - sorry for 20 questions - did you flash a pre-rooted version or just plain stock via mobile odin?
Plain stock. I just tick the everoot and reset data and cache...don't mind re-install everything as I don't have many apps and games.
You can try flash it without clearing data and cache, that might work..
 
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Plain stock. I just tick the everoot and reset data and cache...don't mind re-install everything as I don't have many apps and games.
You can try flash it without clearing data and cache, that might work..
I seem to have been able to get it working again.

I went into CWM - wiped Storage, Data, then the usual full data reset etc and flashed a rom.

Permissions are ok now.

Last time I install CM11...

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