1: I deleted my SD card shortcut that was in my freshly formatted internal storage when I got the phone. I want it back and no file manager can help me. I only want it because some apps (like Dolphin browser, for the downloads directory) won't let me select the external SD. Any way to get it back other then a format of the internal SD? Would that work even?
2: Why the heck is the EFS so dang fragile? And why does this phone have it able to get messed up!? None of my other phones have ever had this, and I've worked with the Samsung Intercept (OMG THAT HORROR), the LG Optimus V, the HTC Sensation 4G, my brother hasn't seen this on his Nexus 4 even. I see so many people posting "HALP, EFS MESSED UP WITH NO BACKUP!!!" and I'm just scared to death of mine messing up, so I have backups on my computer, my phone, my sisters phone!!! Lol.
3: I don't need to do it now, but in the future I might. How do we swap how the the external and internal memory is seen? According to many sites we need to "Open the file manager that you have installed on your Android device and browse to the location “/system/etc” and you will find a file named “vold.fstab”" only that file doesn't exist in my /system/etc folder in Beanstalk. So I'm curious if maybe the OG has a different method of doing this?
Thanks for those willing to take the time to answer my 3 dumb questions.