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3rd March 2015, 01:33 AM |#81  
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Do you have an idea for my problems? Can I help anyhow?

Does this missing setting enable the OTG unmount option?

Please try adding the following line to build.prop and reboot. The usb otg options should be visible then.

persist.sys.isUsbOtgEnabled=true
 
 
3rd March 2015, 07:54 AM |#82  
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If you go into the battery menu, click on the search icon, and search for "battery saver", then the menu is displayed to enable it.

It should be in the battery menu directly, but looks like it's missing at the moment. Although, it can still be enabled as I just mentioned.

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Here is a patch to fix the bug which should be merged soon.
http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/c/90144/

Thanks for your answer and the solution to the problem!
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3rd March 2015, 10:17 AM |#83  
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Enable USB OTG options
When a OTG device is mounted, this patch should make the device visible under the storage options.

Please give me feedback on this and if it works then I will submit the patch to gerrit.

This patch will execute the following command and append a line to your build.prop when flashed in your custom recovery.

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#!/tmp/busybox sh
/tmp/busybox echo 'persist.sys.isUsbOtgEnabled=true' >> /system/build.prop
cm-12-enable-usb-otg-options-signed.zip
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3rd March 2015, 10:44 AM |#84  
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The patch above is working. I'm going to submit it.
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3rd March 2015, 11:14 AM |#85  
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When a OTG device is mounted, this patch should make the device visible under the storage options.

Please give me feedback on this and if it works then I will submit the patch to gerrit.

Thanks, this works for me with USB drives but not for external SD cards.
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3rd March 2015, 02:26 PM |#86  
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The sdcard problem sounds like a more general cm12 bug. I'll keep an eye out for a solution. There are many variables with sdcards.
3rd March 2015, 03:59 PM |#87  
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Question Internal storage problem, cannot install app
Hi, i'm on CM12 official for V500 and I have an internal storage problem, I cannot install app because there's no more space.
I use only 10Gb / 12Gb on my device. I don't have games, only Gapps (pico + playstore gapps), facebook, etc.
How can I check the real intenal data partition (like in samsung note ?) ?
Thanks for your help
3rd March 2015, 05:32 PM |#88  
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Hi, i'm on CM12 official for V500 and I have an internal storage problem, I cannot install app because there's no more space.
I use only 10Gb / 12Gb on my device. I don't have games, only Gapps (pico + playstore gapps), facebook, etc.
How can I check the real intenal data partition (like in samsung note ?) ?
Thanks for your help

SuperSU can cause internal storage problems also. If you are using SuperSU, disable the option for "mount namespace separation".

To see your free space, open terminal emulator and type "df" then enter. The internal sdcard is /storage/emulated/0.
4th March 2015, 09:44 AM |#89  
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The patch didn't work for me
4th March 2015, 10:22 AM |#90  
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The patch didn't work for me

You don't see the usb storage options after applying the patch?
Check your build.prop and make sure that new line has been appended.
4th March 2015, 11:13 PM |#91  
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You don't see the usb storage options after applying the patch?
Check your build.prop and make sure that new line has been appended.

The patch didn't work. I added the line manually and it's OK now.
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