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What source do you mean by this?
In te same directory where the system folder is, there is one folder that is named etc.

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In te same directory where the system folder is, there is one folder that is named etc.

(sorry for the bad english, i'm not english)

You mean fstab.pxa988?

Here are the contents of this:
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## fstab has the following format:
##
## Any line starting with a # is a comment and ignored
##
## Any blank line is ignored
##
## All other lines must be in this format:
##   <source>  <mount_point> <fs_type> <mount_flags> <fs_options> <fs_mgr_options>
##
##   <mount_flags> is a comma separated list of flags that can be passed to the
##                 mount command.  The list includes noatime, nosuid, nodev, nodiratime,
##                 ro, rw, remount, defaults.
##
##   <fs_options> is a comma separated list of options accepted by the filesystem being
##                mounted.  It is passed directly to mount without being parsed
##
##   <fs_mgr_options> is a comma separated list of flags that control the operation of
##                     the fs_mgr program.  The list includes "wait", which will wait till
##                     the <source> file exists, and "check", which requests that the fs_mgr
##                     run an fscheck program on the <source> before mounting the filesystem.
##                     If check is specifed on a read-only filesystem, it is ignored.
##                     Also, "encryptable" means that filesystem can be encrypted.
##                     The "encryptable" flag _MUST_ be followed by a : and a string which
##                     is the location of the encryption keys.  I can either be a path
##                     to a file or partition which contains the keys, or the word "footer"
##                     which means the keys are in the last 16 Kbytes of the partition
##                     containing the filesystem.
##
## When the fs_mgr is requested to mount all filesystems, it will first mount all the
## filesystems that do _NOT_ specify check (including filesystems that are read-only and
## specify check, because check is ignored in that case) and then it will check and mount
## filesystem marked with check.
##
##
/dev/block/mmcblk0p14    /system             ext4      ro,noatime                                           wait
/dev/block/mmcblk0p6    /efs               ext4      noatime,nosuid,nodev,journal_async_commit,errors=panic    wait,check
/dev/block/mmcblk0p15    /cache              ext4      noatime,nosuid,nodev,journal_async_commit,errors=panic    wait,check

# data partition must be located at the bottom for supporting device encryption
/dev/block/mmcblk0p17 /data ext4 noatime,nosuid,nodev,noauto_da_alloc,journal_async_commit,discard,errors=panic    wait,check,encryptable=footer
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Could you send me your modified binary and script? I would try, if I can port this to the T210.
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Both binary and script in my kernel for Tab 2 http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2285366 . I will upload blackhawk kernel for T21x with "setprop persist.customboot.sdcard external" support.
 
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In the same directory as the system folder you have the etc folder, has you can see in the picture. In the etc folder you have the vold.fstab file, not in the system folder. Sorry for the trouble, please help me

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In the same directory as the system folder you have the etc folder, has you can see in the picture. In the etc folder you have the vold.fstab file, not in the system folder. Sorry for the trouble, please help me

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I use solid explorer,I see etc under root, but this is just a link to /system/etc, so same file.
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In mine its two seperated folders
Thanks for the help anyway mate

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In mine its two seperated folders
Thanks for the help anyway mate

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Hello @MechanicWB,

I had a look recently with Aroma File Manager in recovery and there was a different etc folder displayed.

If you were looking for the fstab file, here are it's contents.

Hope this will help you recover anything:

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/dev/block/mmcblk0p15 /cache ext4 rw
/dev/block/mmcblk0p17 /data ext4 rw
/dev/block/mmcblk0p14 /system ext4 rw
/dev/block/mmcblk0p16 /preload ext4 rw
/dev/null /sdcard datamedia rw
/dev/block/mmcblk1p2 /sd-ext ext4 rw
/dev/block/mmcblk1p1 /external_sd auto rw
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Hello @MechanicWB,

I had a look recently with Aroma File Manager in recovery and there was a different etc folder displayed.

If you were looking for the fstab file, here are it's contents.

Hope this will help you recover anything:

Code:
/dev/block/mmcblk0p15 /cache ext4 rw
/dev/block/mmcblk0p17 /data ext4 rw
/dev/block/mmcblk0p14 /system ext4 rw
/dev/block/mmcblk0p16 /preload ext4 rw
/dev/null /sdcard datamedia rw
/dev/block/mmcblk1p2 /sd-ext ext4 rw
/dev/block/mmcblk1p1 /external_sd auto rw
Still doesn't work Thanks for the help anyway I found a vold.fstab that stabled the tablet, now the only problem is that he doesn't recognize the ext sdcard :c

Thanks for all your help tempdroid.
 
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Smile I need help. D:

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What source do you mean by this?
I want to change the internal storage to external in my Galaxy Tab 10.1 3 Using the method Vold.fstab. And I could spend the modified file or tell me how I should re-write it? greetings

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