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Titanium Backup: "Batch backup interrupted: insufficient free storage space"

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3rd September 2014, 03:46 AM |#11  
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I currently have the same issue, which just happened recently, with v 4.4.2 on my TMO Galaxy S5. Currently Stock rooted with Philz Recovery.

Did you solve your issue?

Did you try the flashing of SuperSU and Superuser?
 
 
3rd September 2014, 06:09 AM |#12  
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It could be androids new security feature that doesn't allow apps to write to SD cards. One of the main reason google removed the code for SD card support from stock android.
4th September 2014, 04:55 PM |#13  
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Soved the problem by installing Alliance ROM because it has the following feature: • Enabled External Sd-Card Read/Write Functionality
19th October 2014, 04:56 PM |#14  
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I started getting this message about a month ago after using TiBu for years. I use SlimRom on a Note 2. It does work to backup and restore to the internal card.

I don't have a problem accessing the external sdcard (sdcard1) from any other app. Rom Toolbox Pro and Helium do not have a problem creating or restoring backups to it. Titanium Backup will usually backup a few apps, as many as 5 or more to as little as none, before it bombs out and displays the insufficient storage message. It is not a problem with storage since I have over 20gb free. My permissions.xml file already has the sdcard permissions set correctly. I have tried updating superuser and forcing system busybox to no avail.

Any ideas as to what the problem could be?
26th November 2014, 02:22 AM |#15  
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What solved mine was after updating to 4.4.2 (I have a Note II), it changed the way external was written to. I noticed the tibu folder was not writable and I wasn't even allowed to change permissions via root explorer. After some digging, I found this thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=44370296 which explains to modify platform.xml.

After editing the file and rebooting, no more issues with "insufficient free storage space".

Works for my Xiaomi Redmi Note. Thanks so much.
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Got the solution
I did everything but the solution was provided by TB itself when it gave an error message at startup. Just uncheck the mount namespace separation option in supersu. Done.
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29th March 2015, 09:01 PM |#17  
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I did everything but the solution was provided by TB itself when it gave an error message at startup. Just uncheck the mount namespace separation option in supersu. Done.

I've loaded on the stock Nordic latest (N7105XXUFNL2) from for my N7105 (Note II INTL LTE) and I'm getting the error everyone else is :/
I tried this one htere, with the namespace separation, no dice, should I start editing XML files?

Frustrating.
30th March 2015, 08:09 AM |#18  
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I did everything but the solution was provided by TB itself when it gave an error message at startup. Just uncheck the mount namespace separation option in supersu. Done.



Now fixed by a tool called "SDFix" - go grab it, it helped me.
29th April 2015, 07:48 PM |#19  
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Whizzing : Do you have lollipop 🍭?

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