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[Q] help I have an unknown error when installing Gingerbread in my p1000n

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18th March 2012, 09:55 PM   |  #1  
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successfully installed packed.
- - Upldating filesystem...
E: failed to mount / dbdata (invalid argument)
E: discard_filesystem_for_rfs:Can't mount / dbdata

- - Wiping cache...
formatting cache...
Cache wipe failed.
- -Updating application...
E: failed to mount / data (invalid argument)
E: install_application_for_customer :Can't mount / data

your storage not prepared yet, please use UI menu for format and reboot actions. copy application failed.


--Appling Multi-CSC...
Installing Multi-CSC
copied the packages.
Multi_CSC : common contents(1)
Canīt access to '/system/csc/PGU/system/'.
Successfully applied multi-CSC


this error throws me my tablet after trying to update with the official version

as we explain the model is p1000n and perform the update via the ODIN.

I'm desperate please help
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It sounds like you didn't flash the dbdata file, or go into recovery after you flashed. What instructions did you follow?
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It sounds like you didn't flash the dbdata file, or go into recovery after you flashed. What instructions did you follow?

Gingerbread first install a missing file but then I found dbdata in a post of this forum and then install it as the instructions said, that's where I get the error
attempt to move from gingerbread froyo because the buttons and capacitive screen not working and my tablet today and made ​​a greater mistake than try to install the kernel Huberos but after the word Samsug restarts and this becomes a repetitive cycle.
if I can help many thanks from now, I appreciate that very
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It sounds like you didn't flash the dbdata file, or go into recovery after you flashed. What instructions did you follow?

the instructions were to put the downloaded file called ODIN dbdata.tar in where it says PDA, and uncheck Re-Partition and finally flashing
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It sounds like you didn't flash the dbdata file, or go into recovery after you flashed. What instructions did you follow?

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Please flash dbdata.rfs at the following link:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...0#post23348040

I hope this solve your problem.

If that fails, please follow this:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...ghlight=p1000n

If that still fails, let's start from the very beginning:

you can download any official firmware at http://fus.nanzen.se/

1a. Download Check Fus Downloader 2.1
Open Check Fus Downloader, and select the correct model of your G-Tab, choose a Firmware for your region. It will automatically decode the .enc2 file to.zip file

2.a. Extract the .zip file generated from decoding file to a folder and you will get
tar.md 5 file.

3. Start Odin - put the .md5 to PDA and leave everything else as is.
4. Go to download mode on the G-tab (Power + Volume down) - connect to your computer.

and click start. It takes about 6 to 7 minutes to do the flashing.

Can't guarentee if it would work, but good luck.
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23rd March 2012, 02:44 AM   |  #7  
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Originally Posted by yappoe

Please flash dbdata.rfs at the following link:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...0#post23348040

I hope this solve your problem.

If that fails, please follow this:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...ghlight=p1000n

If that still fails, let's start from the very beginning:

you can download any official firmware at http://fus.nanzen.se/

1a. Download Check Fus Downloader 2.1
Open Check Fus Downloader, and select the correct model of your G-Tab, choose a Firmware for your region. It will automatically decode the .enc2 file to.zip file

2.a. Extract the .zip file generated from decoding file to a folder and you will get
tar.md 5 file.

3. Start Odin - put the .md5 to PDA and leave everything else as is.
4. Go to download mode on the G-tab (Power + Volume down) - connect to your computer.

and click start. It takes about 6 to 7 minutes to do the flashing.

Can't guarentee if it would work, but good luck.


friend the day after following your instructions I have only the following error

- -Updating application...
E: failed to mount / data (invalid argument)
E: install_application_for_customer :Can't mount / data

your storage not prepared yet, please use UI menu for format and reboot actions. copy application failed.


--Appling Multi-CSC...
Installing Multi-CSC
copied the packages.
Multi_CSC : common contents(1)
Canīt access to '/system/csc/PGU/system/'.
Successfully applied multi-CSC
23rd March 2012, 09:01 AM   |  #8  
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friend the day after following your instructions I have only the following error

- -Updating application...
E: failed to mount / data (invalid argument)
E: install_application_for_customer :Can't mount / data

your storage not prepared yet, please use UI menu for format and reboot actions. copy application failed.


--Appling Multi-CSC...
Installing Multi-CSC
copied the packages.
Multi_CSC : common contents(1)
Canīt access to '/system/csc/PGU/system/'.
Successfully applied multi-CSC

There were 3 options. Which step did you follow?

on your CWM, do you have the option of mount/unmount (Should be under "Storage Menu")? If yes, can you try if you can mount /data?
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There were 3 options. Which step did you follow?

on your CWM, do you have the option of mount/unmount (Should be under "Storage Menu")? If yes, can you try if you can mount /data?


Mount HumberOs v 2.1 from the external memory, from the cwm, but the system after installation reboots again, but it still does not start rebooting.
over other options and try the 2 options, the first and third, the second I can not try because my tablet is not burned and that's one solution for burning tablets
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There were 3 options. Which step did you follow?

on your CWM, do you have the option of mount/unmount (Should be under "Storage Menu")? If yes, can you try if you can mount /data?

help me please

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