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[Q] [TL][H] Xperia T. Internal storage is dead.

26th June 2014, 03:10 PM |#11  
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No problem. In case you're interested in learning what that just did, you might want read this and this.

Thanks for all your help !
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.
 
 
30th August 2014, 08:28 PM |#12  
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Well, then you should try the following. Open the terminal again, use "su" again to grant root access, and do the following:

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cd /mnt/media_rw
busybox chown -R 2800:2800 sdcard0
chmod 0770 sdcard0
Then either try to take a photo or create a file in your internal memory, or reboot and test your internal memory.

Edit: Just to be clear, the default user/owner for Sony internal memory is 2800, mine is set to 1023 (media_rw), as most phones should have, because I have modded the ramdisk in my kernel in order to use a certain program.


Working with Xperia V and just fixed my sd card. Thnx
27th January 2015, 10:38 PM |#13  
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No problem. In case you're interested in learning what that just did, you might want read this and this.

And I'm here again, anew I got same situation but I can't fix it by applying these command. Can you help me? That's what I recieve.
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27th January 2015, 10:44 PM |#14  
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And I'm here again, anew I got same situation but I can't fix it by applying these command. Can you help me?

Are you booted up in Android? Maybe Sdcard0 needs to be unmounted first (although I've never had to unmount it). Maybe you should try running the command from recovery when the internal memory isn't mounted (and if it is, unmount it first).
27th January 2015, 11:14 PM |#15  
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Are you booted up in Android? Maybe Sdcard0 needs to be unmounted first (although I've never had to unmount it). Maybe you should try running the command from recovery when the internal memory isn't mounted (and if it is, unmount it first).

I'm running TWRP 2.8.4.1 (OmniROM 4.4) when I go to mount section and uncheck "sdcard" it doesnt get saved and on reboot it again unmounted. How do I unmount it in right way?
27th January 2015, 11:29 PM |#16  
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I'm running TWRP 2.8.4.1 (OmniROM 4.4) when I go to mount section and uncheck "sdcard" it doesnt get saved and on reboot it again unmounted. How do I unmount it in right way?

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.
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27th January 2015, 11:36 PM |#17  
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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.

Yep It happend again by formatting internal storage.
But it's working back again ! Thanks mate!
I formated it via TWRP to EXT4 then adb commands and poof, it works! God bless you.
28th January 2015, 09:34 PM |#18  
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There are so many dead question threads but the helpfulness shown here just rekindled my faith in humanity
22nd April 2015, 09:00 AM |#19  
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Didn't work for me, this is the output I got:

/system/bin/sh: <stdin>[2]: cd: /mnt/media_rw:
Permission denied

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22nd April 2015, 06:50 PM |#20  
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Didn't work for me, this is the output I got:

/system/bin/sh: <stdin>[2]: cd: /mnt/media_rw:
Permission denied

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If you're having trouble to even change directories to /mnt/media_rw/, how do you know that directory exists?

Are you trying that from recovery?
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