Welcome to XDA

Search to go directly to your device's forum

Register an account

Unlock full posting privileges

Ask a question

No registration required
Post Reply

[Q] help with recovery.fstab

OP wendorf12213

23rd March 2014, 11:19 PM   |  #1  
OP Member
Thanks Meter: 7
 
50 posts
Join Date:Joined: Dec 2013
More
Could someone please help me with this recovery.fstab file for the hisense sero 7 lt tablet? It looks like the partitioning is messed up but im not completely sure. Im trying to make a partition file for android kitchen and thats why i need help with this recovery.fstab.

i cant attach the recovery.fstab so i'll copy and paste whats in it


recovery.fstab
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
/boot mtd boot
/cache ext4 /dev/block/mtd/by-name/cache
/data ext4 /dev/block/mtd/by-name/userdata
/kernel mtd kernel
/misc mtd misc
/recovery mtd recovery
/sdcard vfat /dev/block/mtd/by-name/user lun=/sys/class/android_usb/android0/f_mass_storage/lun/file
/external_sd vfat /dev/block/mmcblk0p1 /dev/block/mmcblk0 lun=/sys/class/android_usb/android0/f_mass_storage/lun1/file
/sd-ext auto /dev/block/mmcblk0p2
/system ext4 /dev/block/mtd/by-name/system
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Thank you for helping me!!
27th March 2014, 11:14 PM   |  #2  
Member
Thanks Meter: 3
 
33 posts
Join Date:Joined: Sep 2012
Well, I'm also in the progress of trying to figure this out, but try this:
get an ADB shell, or use a terminal app from the Play Store,
and execute:

Code:
cat /proc/mtd
That should give a list of partitions and their dev codes.

Tip: when posting files or code, try to make use of the code tags,
text inside them will be displayed with a monospaced font, so things will be more readable.
See more info here.
2nd April 2014, 10:31 PM   |  #3  
OP Member
Thanks Meter: 7
 
50 posts
Join Date:Joined: Dec 2013
More
Thanks for the tip and I figured it out by using
Quote:

cat /proc/partitions and cat /proc/mtd

those commands gave me the names of the partitions and what block number they are. Credit goes to Abdul_pt for giving me the partitions command credit goes to you hamc0re for helping me with the mtd command

Sent from my Amazon Otter2 using Tapatalk
Post Reply Subscribe to Thread
Previous Thread Next Thread
Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search
Display Modes