Originally Posted by dreamkill3r
the folder (lost.dir) is empty,but which app could do this? the las installed app was App2sd :/
It can be a small corrupted issue on your sd-card as well, this things sometimes happen. For example, the "table" that is present on every SD-card, hdd,... can be corrupted - meaning that the sdcard 'doesn't know' which data is on it. Or something like that (I'm far from an expert, so forgive my simplificated view).
I'm afraid it is getting late by now, but there are programs to recover deleted files, and although results can fluctuate, recovering from that kind of issues should go well: those problems typically don't mind looking in that table. But, the more you use your sdcard, the more data that was previously there gets more and more overriden and the less data you can recover.
But I suggest you take out your sdcard IMMEDIATLY and you don't put in any other device or computer anymore unless all hope of recovery is done. Look up some programs and try several of them (result per program can vary), and only put in your sdcard at the moment that you want to use such a program.
@ all: new version, check it out!
Updates worth mentioning regarding the Wildfire
- General updates
- Lockscreen changer is resized, thanks to Master in Resizing aka rapallag
- The circle of the status bar is in the middle now, thanks to 35niavlys
The updates are minor, indeed. This is because I'm working to get an other Camera HAL working, which should be more functional than the once we are using now.
Btw, I'm going to put the date of the latest build in the Toppic name now, so you can more easily see when a new update is available.
HTC Wildfire - AlphaRevX HBOOT 6.01.1002
Recovery: Arco68's custom ClockworkMod v220.127.116.11
ROM: CyanogenMod 9.0 [KANG]