[Q] Help - Can't mount internal storage?!? Brick?
I was running TWRP 2.7 and told it to wipe the drive. An hour later, it looked like it hadn't moved. I powered down. Then the system bootlooped and TWRP stopped working, not loading past the splash screen.
Using Fastboot I was able to reinstall TWRP 2.7 but it can no longer access the internal drive. I am told it is a size zero. I can't wipe the drive it fails for errors. I can't seem to find a solution.
I downloaded the stock firmware from Asus and tried to install that. No luck, it fails out immediately. I only tried to install the zip file inside of the zip file from Asus using TWRP. No matter what I can't delete or remove the partitions. If I run TWRP 2.6.3 it asks for a password I don't have, as if the drive is encrypted. I also tried Philz CWM and normal CWM and nothing can touch the partitions.
I am starting to get really worried now. I can't seem to find a simple process to restore to stock. I am TEMPTED to use the WIPE DATA function of the Asus Bootloader. But without the Asus recovery on there, I have no idea what will happen.
Can anyone recommend a course of action to restore this to stock? At least to get the Asus Recovery on there? I am running bootloader 10.6.1.14.10.
Thanks to everyone that can help!!!