Once I saw differents privilages letters i know its about it. Back in days I was working on FreeBSD (amateur) but had to deal with things like that.
Well, then you should try the following. Open the terminal again, use "su" again to grant root access, and do the following:
su cd /mnt/media_rw busybox chown -R 2800:2800 sdcard0 chmod 0770 sdcard0
I don't think I understand what you're trying to say, but you don't have to reboot in order to unmount the sdcard. All you have to do is uncheck the "sdcard" in the mount section, and then run the chown command.
Then again, how did that happen again? Did you format your sdcard0 (internal memory) again?
Run the "mount" command in Android and see if your "Sdcard0" is formatted as Vfat. If it is, you won't be able to change ownership to the partition unless you format it again in TWRP so that it changes to ext4.
|Thread Tools||Search this Thread|