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By wilflare, Senior Member on 11th March 2014, 11:06 AM
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just did an upgrade to XSP 4.4.2 from XSP 4.3 on my Note 3

I have multiple levels of 0 folders..
0/0/0/0

any idea why?
 
 
11th March 2014, 11:28 AM |#2  
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move everything to data/media/0, and delete the other 0/0/0 folders..that will solve the issue

this is due to the multi user feature, and it usually happens due to flashing AOSP.. i had a guide for the gnex that reverted the sdcard from data/media/0 back to data/media, might try on the note 3 if i have time..
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11th March 2014, 11:33 AM |#3  
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move everything to data/media/0, and delete the other 0/0/0 folders..that will solve the issue

this is due to the multi user feature, and it usually happens due to flashing AOSP.. i had a guide for the gnex that reverted the sdcard from data/media/0 back to data/media, might try on the note 3 if i have time..

thanks :/ strange that this is happening when I'm just upgrading from Stock JB to Stock Kitkat :/
11th March 2014, 11:48 AM |#4  
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move everything to data/media/0, and delete the other 0/0/0 folders..that will solve the issue

this is due to the multi user feature, and it usually happens due to flashing AOSP.. i had a guide for the gnex that reverted the sdcard from data/media/0 back to data/media, might try on the note 3 if i have time..

would it be advisable to reformat my internal SD?
11th March 2014, 11:54 AM |#5  
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okay this is getting weird
files are disappearing from my innermost 0/0/0/0 folder :/
11th March 2014, 02:12 PM |#6  
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Ahh..That happened to me as well when I flashed KK, but I think I just got 2 folders. No need to format the sdcard, but you can if you want. Just move everything to the first 0 folder and you will be fine.

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11th March 2014, 02:31 PM |#7  
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Ahh..That happened to me as well when I flashed KK, but I think I just got 2 folders. No need to format the sdcard, but you can if you want. Just move everything to the first 0 folder and you will be fine.

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it seems to happen every time I use Mobile Odin hmm :/
especially when I select the Wipe option
11th March 2014, 03:00 PM |#8  
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It's possible that MO is wiping the multi user file and thats causing the multiple 0 folders ti be created. I know that recoveries were updated so they don't delete that file when wiping but don't know about MO, as I don't use it.

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It's possible that MO is wiping the multi user file and thats causing the multiple 0 folders ti be created. I know that recoveries were updated so they don't delete that file when wiping but don't know about MO, as I don't use it.

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thanks! that makes sense!
hmm so I should just copy everything from the subdirectory 0 folder into the main 0 folder right?
or if there's nothing important I can just delete the 0 folder (0/0) right?

thanks man!
11th March 2014, 04:05 PM |#10  
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thanks! that makes sense!
hmm so I should just copy everything from the subdirectory 0 folder into the main 0 folder right?
or if there's nothing important I can just delete the 0 folder (0/0) right?

thanks man!

Yes that sounds good.

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