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[06 JAN] [FIX] Usb Mass Storage on Gingerbread

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yllivia

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Jul 26, 2009
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Tested and it works :D I have one issue with gingerbread build on my tmous hd2. the battery drains faster than with the dft stock. Anyone else has battery issues?
 

Danation

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Dec 9, 2009
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This fix worked perfectly. If anybody has trouble, I highly recommend using Root Explorer or similar. I just pasted it in and it worked. No need to mess with adb or even change permissions.
 
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saragde

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I'm sorry for my noob questions, but I've just mooved vold into system/bin, rebooted and connected to the pc. I still can't find any drives on my pc. And HTC sync program doesn't see my hd2 neither.
 

rafpigna

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After 15 min. of inspecting logs i found fix for USB Mass Storage on Gingerbread builds. They changed some interfaces in volume manager (vold), so i prepared fixed version of vold.

Usage: BACKUP /system/bin/vold

copy fixed vold to /system/bin/
(adb push vold /system/bin )

- also check file permissions after pushing (best to set 777)
if your system is mounted as ro remount it by: mount -o remount,rw /system

EDIT: Forgot to mention to reboot phone after changing vold :)

USE IT AT YOUR OWN RISK !!!
IF U HAVE SOME PROBLEMS WITH THIS VOLD JUST REPLACE IT WITH BACKUP U MADE (u made backup, right ? )


dan1j3l

could be useful to use this update version of vold also on non-gingerbread?
 

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    After 15 min. of inspecting logs i found fix for USB Mass Storage on Gingerbread builds. They changed some interfaces in volume manager (vold), so i prepared fixed version of vold.

    Usage: BACKUP /system/bin/vold

    copy fixed vold to /system/bin/
    (adb push vold /system/bin )

    - also check file permissions after pushing (best to set 777)
    if your system is mounted as ro remount it by: mount -o remount,rw /system

    EDIT: Forgot to mention to reboot phone after changing vold :)

    USE IT AT YOUR OWN RISK !!!
    IF U HAVE SOME PROBLEMS WITH THIS VOLD JUST REPLACE IT WITH BACKUP U MADE (u made backup, right ? )


    dan1j3l
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    For those using ClockworkMod, i made a zip to update.

    Enjoy!
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    Dan you my hero! :D
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    Awsome!!

    Fantastic... now ill have to learn how to Adb :p

    Thx alot!!!
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    This fix worked perfectly. If anybody has trouble, I highly recommend using Root Explorer or similar. I just pasted it in and it worked. No need to mess with adb or even change permissions.