In the process of rooting and trying to install CWM Recovery in preparation to flash Cyanogenmod, I seem to have denied myself access to the phone's internal storage. In the "File Manager" app, I get the following screen:
No search results
In addition, any app that requires access to internal memory will not work, instead showing messages such as "Try again after scanning media files" or "Not enough storage". If I plug in the USB cable and set it to "Media sync (MTP)" mode, Windows Explorer will show the device but list the internal storage as having "0 bytes" and no files.
I already tried the following:
- Factory reset
- Flashing the official ROM through the Windows Enabler / UpTestEX tools
In both tries the phone was "reset", as in it returned to the initial Android welcome screen where you set up your Google account, but in each case I still didn't have access to internal storage.
This is what I have in the "About phone -> Software information" option:
Android version: 4.1.2
Baseband version: APQ8064T/MDM9x15M
Kernel version: 3.4.0
Build number: JZO54K
Software version: E98810b
The phone does not have Wi-Fi access either, which is why I was tinkering around with custom ROMs in the first place, so I won't be able to download anything to it as part of the solution.
Is there anything else I can try?