[Q] Strange storage/SD card errors - Did I break something?
I have a Sprint GN3. I've rooted with CF Auto Root, flashed TWRP, flashed Jellybomb, and then restored back to stock from a nandroid backup. I've come across a few different errors, and I'm not sure if they're related or not.
For one thing, when I try to download a file in Chrome, I get a "No SD Card" error, even though both the SD card and the internal storage have plenty of space.
And then for the Audible.com app, even after clearing all the data, and uninstalling and reinstalling, I get the following error:
Failed to save your library to your device. /storage/emulated/0/Audible/<snip>: open failed: ENOENT (no such file or directory)
And it's right, I don't have an Audible directory in there, or anywhere else that I can find.
So my question is: Is that likely the correct path for the Audible app to save my data, and if so, why could it not create the Audible directory there?
And could that have anything to do with Chrome not being able to see or write to storage?
Edit: So I tried to manually create the Audible directory in /storage/emulated/0/ with Astro, and it wouldn't let me do it. Then I tried with Total Commander, and it worked, but I also go the "Total Commander has been granted superuser permissions" popup.
Then when I run Audible, I now get a EACCESS (permission denied) error.
So did I somehow set my internal storage to read only other than for root?