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[Q] Sony Xperia L - increase internal storage

19th April 2015, 08:05 AM |#21  
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That's exatcly what I do and I get always "remote object '/dev/block/mmcblk0' not a file or directory"(and I've verified that it exist)

did you do that in cwm?

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19th April 2015, 12:05 PM |#22  
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Nnnnnnnnnope, Im doing it connected normal in MTP mode as I read on another thread. Don't have CWM installed
19th April 2015, 12:10 PM |#23  
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Nnnnnnnnnope, Im doing it connected normal in MTP mode as I read on another thread. Don't have CWM installed

so you do this while system is running.... thats the problem

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19th April 2015, 01:37 PM |#24  
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.......the worst thing is that I was supposing that XDDDD.

Then, for the record:

-I must first install CWM
-Then in CWM mode, connect the phone and do the thing?
-Finally, is there a real problem if I try to flash stock firmware after resizing?
19th April 2015, 01:41 PM |#25  
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.......the worst thing is that I was supposing that XDDDD.

Then, for the record:

-I must first install CWM
-Then in CWM mode, connect the phone and do the thing?
-Finally, is there a real problem if I try to flash stock firmware after resizing?

are you really want the risk of a hardbrick to do that? it seems like you are NOT an advanced user....

your way would be ok...please dont make mistakes or your phone is rubbish....

if you flash stock your switched storages will be corrupt... but you can rechange them.... better dont flash stock to avoid problems

really useful tips:
be sure to use unit s
after every change do a print
DONT turn the phone off until you are complete

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19th April 2015, 02:22 PM |#26  
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are you really want the risk of a hardbrick to do that? it seems like you are NOT an advanced user...

And if I never do anything, I wont never be one XD. I don't know anyone who has born with knowledge of this :P.
I'd prefer to use stock firmware(at least as a first option). I'd be grateful if you give me some explanation about how to rechange storage if corrupt with stock firmware. Thanks by advance
19th April 2015, 02:26 PM |#27  
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And if I never do anything, I wont never be one XD. I don't know anyone who has born with knowledge of this :P.
I'd prefer to use stock firmware(at least as a first option). I'd be grateful if you give me some explanation about how to rechange storage if corrupt with stock firmware. Thanks by advance

flash stock simply... BUT dont choose all to be flashed...
in the option "exclude" check "bootbundle" and "partition"




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19th April 2015, 07:32 PM |#28  
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Thanks a lot, I'l try and comment when I do it.With explanations like yours is how a rookie begins the path to master
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