Originally Posted by nikagl
Attachment is unreadable, can you upload the original screenshot as attachment?
Pls, excuse me for any inconvenience, I'm not much of a poster here, so the forum didn't allow me to post an external link and the attachment got automatically resized. Going to take super-regulatory measures and override the rules
I soft-bricked the phone with the CWM Recovery 5.0 Wipe, as I mentioned before, after only 3 months of using a rooted device, while trying to get a custom ROM installed to get usb camera driver working, found out that the /data partition has been corrupted by the old CWM ver, read the partition table size somewhere on the net for A510 and tried to repartition the SD to 12GB as it should be, but noticed the 32GB SD/MMC size mark in the output of the parted tool right after I entered the 12800 as the size. Was a little bit shocked, tried to apply some other's tablet partition sizes in the end, and this eventually bricked the device to black screen
And yeah, I did pay for the 16GB ver, the receipt said it's 16GB, the box has 32GB print label, the device has been partitioned as 16GB, I took it apart and read the memory label it was 32GB, if I am not mistaken, I assembled it with no issues and then I was able to partition it AS 32GB, as you can see on the screenshot. All I wanted was my device back to life, but out of curiosity couldn't stand trying to get extra 16GB for free. Curiosity killed the cat
The device now can get into both: APX with both volume down and reset AND into a 1-2 sec boot up with no vibe or screen light up after a short single power button press which is enough to get detected by a PC and power off immediately!
All my attempts to bring it back to life have failed, there is simply no custom software for it yet! NVFLASH was not able to do anything with it either. Acer support told me they do not have any access to give me a temporary login and password for the Acer Download Tool which would save the world for that day, and the device has my corp data within, so I can't handle it to any repair shop and it's just resting on the shelf as a bunch of antiques
Acer, I think this is a bit unfair, so I am putting an EXTRA effort into this...
Thanks in advance to whomever will look into the issues with internal memory and perhaps bring a second life to my and such other devices on the planet!