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By zaius55, Junior Member on 31st May 2014, 04:11 PM
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Can't figure out what I did (not relevant at the moment I suppose) but I'm trying to flash ANY rom and I always get the same kind of error (no matter what recovery I am using). It says "can't mount /sdcard or can't mount /media etc etc. Do I need to repartition my internal SD? If so how do I do it ?

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31st May 2014, 04:58 PM |#2  
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Very unlikely that you have to partition your SD - maybe format oarts of it, but that depends what you did....
What rom, recovery and bootloader version are you on? You sure you flashed the correct recovery???

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Very unlikely that you have to partition your SD - maybe format oarts of it, but that depends what you did....
What rom, recovery and bootloader version are you on? You sure you flashed the correct recovery???

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Was using cromix until things died. Tried latest CWM and TWRP. Tried installing stock and various different roms.. Everything still gets stuck saying it can't find /sdcard.
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Was using cromix until things died. Tried latest CWM and TWRP. Tried installing stock and various different roms.. Everything still gets stuck saying it can't find /sdcard.

sounds like you need to reformat it to me - but will twrp let you do it?
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sounds like you need to reformat it to me - but will twrp let you do it?

Nope.. I can't seem to format it.
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Nope.. I can't seem to format it.

If you can get to fastboot, reflash TWRP, reboot, then boot to recovery and try again.
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