Originally Posted by fosunite
I have the same problem.
I used FReeGee to unlock my bootloader and flashed cwm to have my files visible. But still it messes up with my internal SD that it is always set to SDCARD/0. It is so useless and wastes more memories.
IS there something what we need to avoid or fix that issue with the SD`?
Your problem is not related to CWM or FreeGee, the reason why you see SDcard/0 after you flash cm 10.2 or later is because with Jelly Bean 4.2 Android implemented the multi user feature that wasn't present in JB 4.1 that came with the G pro. That is easily solved, just do a search for Aroma File Manager and you can move your files from your SD to the folder /0 and recover your SD card lost space.
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Originally Posted by da9b16
I have never used twrp until this phone. I have been out of the loop for about 14 months... changed jobs and started my own company. been too busy. I followed instructions... and it talks about them BOTH being available for use.
The bottom line is I still dont see how the external SD card is not being seen... my backup and my roms are on the external... makes no sense. I can pull the card out and see the roms on my other lg optimus g pro just fine.
If I were you, I would flash the stock .tot file from att using LGflash tools and start over, when using FreeGee you don't have to install both recoveries, just choose one, I use CWM, there is only one recovery partition therefore only one recovery can be installed.