[Q] Can't format internal sd
so I have a rather big problem here. My internal SD-card on my I9000 does not accept any changes(delete/write/move).
The funny thing is that I can actually copy files to my sd and delete files. I can even format it(from recovery mode, windows, menu) whatever I do seems to work till I reboot. After every reboot my system is back to the state before I changed anything.
I tried every way I could think of. Changing permission via adb shell, installing file system fixes via adb push(to my surprise it did allow me to copy files directly into /system as long as I did it while in recovery mode).
I even tried several different firmwares. No matter what I do it's the same, no changes are permanent. As soon as I reboot every change is gone.
This feels like working with oracle and forgetting to commit.
Is there a way to format the sd card via adb shell? Preferably a low level format(since the quick format doesn't seem to do anything). Or some sort of forced flush for the sd card? Some way to just clear my internal sd should do the trick.
Every solution I found on the internet didn't work.
What does work is the download mode, the recovery mode and adb.
I sure hope someone has an idea. It's rather unpleasant being unable to change anything on the internal sd.