Originally Posted by amirdrno
I have Nexus One with Jellybeans evervolv installed. I'm using Mount2SD as well. I removed the SD card, installed another one for a short test, turned on the device, turned it off, reinstalled the old SD, turned on again and crazy stuff started. Some of the information is lost. Apps are still there but there is something changed in the way the system is working! Desktop (or whatever is called!) has changed, Apps that start when the device boots up are not starting anymore, the Browser is not working...
Whatever has happened, is there any chance to restore the device to its previous state, before removing SD card?
This is most likely because of the SD Card swap. Since all data is stored in the EXT4 partition, the removal caused the links to break when the new card was inserted. I haven't used by N1 in awhile, but I vaguely remember Mount2SD having an option to check the links.
Check /data/property - There should be a file named: m2sd.run_sdext_fschk. Set the value inside to 1 ( enabled ) . Reboot your phone. This will trigger a FS check and hopefully fix any issues. ( Have a backup taken before you attempt this)
Google Nexus One(Retired)
ROM: CM10.1 JellyBean 4.2.2 | Paranoid Android 4.2.2 Halo 3.6 | PixelDroid 4.2.2 Carbon
HBOOT: BlackRose 260.10.166
Recovery: 4EXT Recovery Touch v184.108.40.206 RC8
Kernel : 220.127.116.11-evervolv-perdo-jellybean
SD Card : Transcend 16 GB Class 10