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By scruff72, Junior Member on 12th June 2014, 07:38 PM
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13th June 2014, 03:17 AM |#11  
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Did you ever try to factory reset in bootloader?

This is the second post today I've seen where a person was having trouble wiping /data, which is usually a breeze. I wonder what is causing this. I'm just reaching a bit here, as the only time I've seen such issues, is on my old One X (EVITA) where doing a factory reset in bootloader would corrupt the internal storage. And the fact you said that formatting the storage fixed the issue, also reminds me of that same issue on the EVITA.
 
 
29th June 2014, 01:25 AM |#12  
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I'm in the same boat.
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I fixed it....your advice got me to digging and I actually formatted the partition and then was able to load CM11. Thanks again...greatly appreciated.

Hi, I'm in a similar situation with my newly acquired HTC One M8.
I have access to bootloader and recovery (TWRP v.2.7.0.2), but I'm getting all the same "failed to mount ***" errors as you were having.

Can you please elaborate on how to "format the partition" or point me to a detailed thread/article on how to do that?
And any notes on how you got it back to work are very appreciated - I've spent hours and hours researching a trying things without any success.

I'm sorry I'm somewhat new to this...

Let me know if you need any more info and thank you for your help in advance.
2nd September 2015, 05:28 PM |#13  
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I fixed it....your advice got me to digging and I actually formatted the partition and then was able to load CM11. Thanks again...greatly appreciated.

But how do you formatted the partition?! im in all most the same situation, and i think the things are clear, mi internal storage is corrupted, but the cuestion is How do i manually format it?
Thanks in advanceeeed!
3rd September 2015, 08:53 PM |#14  
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But how do you formatted the partition?! im in all most the same situation, and i think the things are clear, mi internal storage is corrupted, but the cuestion is How do i manually format it?
Thanks in advanceeeed!

You posted to a thread that is over a year old, its a stretch (to say the least) that you are in the "same situation".

If you can boot or flash TWRP, go to the Wipe options, then try the "Format Data" option.

Otherwise, try to relock the bootloader and RUU back to stock.
5th September 2015, 06:16 AM |#15  
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HTC One (M8) recovery fix
I have be stuck almost Vb. this worked with (M7) /(M8) AT&T. The quick fix would be to reflash BusyBox in recovery. Because more than likely your partition is out of wake due to flashing to many roms. If you get into recovery and are getting errors when trying to mount .Zip ie: all files completely missing or not enough space/storage est. When you the error its looking for an 4 dig number. try 0000 not work 1111. That works 90% for me. This assuming you are using TWRP 7.2++ or later. If still Stuck just flash same TWRP using over the top. Should be fine, I only know this because I have done the same and had worked great.


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You posted to a thread that is over a year old, its a stretch (to say the least) that you are in the "same situation".

If you can boot or flash TWRP, go to the Wipe options, then try the "Format Data" option.

Otherwise, try to relock the bootloader and RUU back to stock.

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