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[Q] "Can't mount storage" error after formatting cache in CWM

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By optimus_rony, Junior Member on 15th June 2014, 11:06 AM
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After using for some days with sling rom 2.1 my phone was running li'l bit slow. So i went to CWM recovery, formatted the cache partition. After that when i reboot to system, it shows an error like this:

" SECURE BOOTING ERROR
==========================
Cause: Device unlock, So boot success "

and goes to recovery every time instead of booting into phone. When i didn't understand what i did wrong, I decided to flash a rom from the memory card and it shows me another error "Can't mount sdcard". After that i wanted to flash with kdz but surprisingly i couldn't get it to the download mode either. It just goes into recovery. What should i do now?
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15th June 2014, 06:00 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by optimus_rony

After using for some days with sling rom 2.1 my phone was running li'l bit slow. So i went to CWM recovery formatted the cache partition. After that when i reboot to system it shows an error like this:

" SECURE BOOTING ERROR
==========================
Cause: Device unlock, Boot success "

and goes to recovery every time instead of booting into phone. When i didn't understand what i did wrong, I decided to flash a rom from the memory card it shows me another error "Can't mount sdcard". After that i wanted to flash with kdz but surprisingly i couldn't get it to the download mode either. It just goes into recovery. What should i do now?

How did you go to download mode? Try this:
- Turn off device (in recovery: advanced > power off).
- Wait 20-30s. Unplug cable.
- Hold volume up and down + plug quickly.
Try several times.
15th June 2014, 06:25 PM |#3  
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How did you go to download mode? Try this:
- Turn off device (in recovery: advanced > power off).
- Wait 20-30s. Unplug cable.
- Hold volume up and down + plug quickly.
Try several times.

I have tried with this key combination like 20-30 times but no luck Now I'm fearing of loosing my beloved device...
18th June 2014, 07:30 AM |#4  
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Go in cwm mount system then format system it worked for me i don't know if it will work for you so i don't hold me responsible over this but if you can't do anything else you can try it
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