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Roms for phones with Use External Sd like as Internal Memory..is dangerous & Bad Idea

4th August 2014, 07:24 PM |#11  
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Exclamation Ok, I failed. but Normal instruccions for install new Rom say: "Wipe Data/cache"..
Sorry for delay on my response.

Ok, I failed. but Normal instruccions for install new Rom say: "Wipe Data/cache"..

And Wipe Data, Cache, dalvik, format only system win Modify vold.fstab for use external card as internal sdCard and Internal SdCard as external SdCard is = hard brick.

No all people in this forum and other Internet sites, knows that danger. I did not know. It cost the death of the phone.

I am a novice on Xda Developers, but I am no novice in computer/electronics. I am a technical.

I modify/repair for years, computers, computers components, Sat Decoders (I am builded and use Jtags), Consoles, Phones, etc...

But Murphy's Law says: Nobody is perfect. Nobody is infallible. We can all fail and make mistakes.

Like me, others broke down their phones. Hardware bricks. Not is a joke is a serious damage.

The risk is there. And it's a risk with very serious consequences for phones users .

The Xperia J hard brick can not be recovered, methods used in some phones to retrieve hard brick, not suitable for this model.


Thanks for attention.

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4th August 2014, 09:41 PM |#12  
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Sorry for delay on my response.

Ok, I failed. but Normal instruccions for install new Rom say: "Wipe Data/cache"..

And Wipe Data, Cache, dalvik, format only system win Modify vold.fstab for use external card as internal sdCard and Internal SdCard as external SdCard is = hard brick.

No all people in this forum and other Internet sites, knows that danger. I did not know. It cost the death of the phone.

I am a novice on Xda Developers, but I am no novice in computer/electronics. I am a technical.

I modify/repair for years, computers, computers components, Sat Decoders (I am builded and use Jtags), Consoles, Phones, etc...

But Murphy's Law says: Nobody is perfect. Nobody is infallible. We can all fail and make mistakes.

Like me, others broke down their phones. Hardware bricks. Not is a joke is a serious damage.

The risk is there. And it's a risk with very serious consequences for phones users .

The Xperia J hard brick can not be recovered, methods used in some phones to retrieve hard brick, not suitable for this model.


Thanks for attention.

Greetings.

People learn from their bad mistakes, you don't really need to worry.
7th August 2014, 02:11 PM |#13  
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I flashed many roms on xperia j, including cm10, avd, seraphic, doomsday, miui5 and alien with swapped sdcard. I dont get any problems at all.

If you want a custom rom, you can push stock vold.fstab.

I'm trying doomsday rom... its great but i've troubkle in swapping external to internal by editng vold.fstab...... Any suggestion? I tried this and after restarting nothing changes....
7th August 2014, 03:26 PM |#14  
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I'm trying doomsday rom... its great but i've troubkle in swapping external to internal by editng vold.fstab...... Any suggestion? I tried this and after restarting nothing changes....

Try this one. Its not flashable by the way.
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