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[TOOL/UTILITY][TWRP][2.8][RECOVERY] TWRP 2.8.0.0 TeamWin Recovery Project 9/16

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10th November 2012, 12:16 AM   |  #21  
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What kind of external sdcard do you have and how is it formatted?

It is a Sandisk 64gb and I had the phone format it.

It is located in /mnt/extSdCard. Phone is telling me that 56gb is free with a few folders that I have placed on it right now including a clockworkmod folder.
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10th November 2012, 12:44 AM   |  #22  
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It is a Sandisk 64gb and I had the phone format it.

It is located in /mnt/extSdCard. Phone is telling me that 56gb is free with a few folders that I have placed on it right now including a clockworkmod folder.

Yeah we don't currently support exfat which is what I believe android is formatting it as. You can try formatting it fat32 in a computer.
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Yeah we don't currently support exfat which is what I believe android is formatting it as. You can try formatting it fat32 in a computer.

Just reformatted in fat32 and it works now.!
10th November 2012, 05:48 AM   |  #24  
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Used goomanager as well and it worked great, but after restarting the phone the computer no longer will connect to my phone. It says something about the device is unknown id hardware and just shows Samsung in the USB box. Any ideas?

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Used goomanager as well and it worked great, but after restarting the phone the computer no longer will connect to my phone. It says something about the device is unknown id hardware and just shows Samsung in the USB box. Any ideas?

Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I317 using xda app-developers app

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10th November 2012, 04:00 PM   |  #26  
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Yeah we don't currently support exfat which is what I believe android is formatting it as. You can try formatting it fat32 in a computer.

Thanks for bringing TWRP to us bigbiff. I'm also using the 64gb sandisk as exfat and prefer not to go back to fat32. Do you have any plans to support exfat in the future?
10th November 2012, 04:53 PM   |  #27  
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Can someone help me to understand the issue below? I never use TWRP before, only CWM. Thanks

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CWM backups are not compatible - please make a fresh backup in TWRP as soon as you have flashed it
10th November 2012, 05:15 PM   |  #28  
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I dont know if this is a isolated issue but when rebooting into recovery there appears to be quite a bit of lag between the samsung screen and the teamwin Screen anyone else seeing this? Iam using flapjaxx power tool from the playstore to boot directly to recovery. Thanks!
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Can someone help me to understand the issue below? I never use TWRP before, only CWM. Thanks

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CWM backups are not compatible - please make a fresh backup in TWRP as soon as you have flashed it

We don't support the format that CWM uses to create backups so after installing twrp you need to create a new backup to restore in TWRP later.
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Thanks for bringing TWRP to us bigbiff. I'm also using the 64gb sandisk as exfat and prefer not to go back to fat32. Do you have any plans to support exfat in the future?

I'm looking into it but it could take some time.

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