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24th October 2010, 09:03 PM   |  #1  
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hi my sgs die after flashing 2.2 with lag fix and now after flashing with any firmware
it give this message

e:can't mount /dev/block/mmcb1k0p1
(NO SUch file or directory)
E:copy_dbdata_media:cant mount sdcard
any help
24th October 2010, 09:10 PM   |  #2  
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i assume you had voodoo. Flash to 2.1, restart (phone still wont start) to download mode and flash voodoo again. Phone will start. Next time when updating disable voodoo.

Oh and, wrong section.
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Try flashing jm8 with repartition ticked in odin
24th October 2010, 09:17 PM   |  #4  
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i try more than 8 frmwares so wt can i do
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i assume you had voodoo. Flash to 2.1, restart (phone still wont start) to download mode and flash voodoo again. Phone will start. Next time when updating disable voodoo.

Oh and, wrong section.

i do the lag fix but not the voodoo
any help and sorry for the section
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Okay, what lagfix could you possibly use than? Mimocans? If yes - than the method is same. Flash 2.1 and apply mimocans kernel. If something else that converts, shifts data than also the same.

If OCLF - it is unimportant, it is deleted during flash.
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what lagfix did you have?

and you couldnt possibly during this time tried my method (if you had voodoo it works).

i do the oclf not the voodoo
24th October 2010, 09:23 PM   |  #8  
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Assuming you have a i9000m (Aka a bell vibrant).

Welcome to the club of dead internal sdcards.

Your only option is to flash back to stock and give it for repair.

Are you getting e:can't mount /dev/block/mmcb1k0 as well ?

Heres a thread about it : Link
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i do the oclf not the voodoo

than you did the repartition during flash to voodoo - which you shouldnt do. Repartition + flash to 2.1 and flash to 2.2 (use Doc's rom - safer and easier).
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i used the oclf and flash with more than one firmware and the same problem

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