Originally Posted by MayuraDeSilva
Sorry, I don't have a screenshot though. However the error reads:
flashize-ext: unable to extract package contents
E:Error executing updater binary in zip'/sdcard/lanchon-repit-20160415-system=1.0-cache=0.0605+wipe-data=same-maguro.zip'
Error flashing zip '/sdcard/lanchon-repit-20160415-system=1.0-cache=0.0605+wipe-data=same-maguro.zip'
Hope it helps.
I have the same issue, on the same device (Galaxy Nexus, maguro).
I followed the recommendations in case the script fails: run it from /tmp, reboot recover and try again - with no success.
According to the attached log , it is a problem of unmounting the partitions (ERROR 1).
FYI, in case this can help you, this is my current configuration:
- /system in ext4 (default),
- /cache in f2fs,
- /data in f2fs.
Here is what I did:
- 1st attempt: I ran the script with default options provided in the name (so default formats are ext4), with no success.
- 2nd attempt: I then renamed the script to take into consideration the current formats of partitions (so by declaring +f2fs for /cache and /data), and by adding +wipe /cache (as I was resizing it) and +keep for /data (no resize), in order to respect f2fs supported features matrix. Failed again.
Is it a problem in the name of the script for my configuration?
Is it a problem of current formats of /cache and /data?
Thanks in advance!