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[Q] How to solve unable to mount data on S7 egde 935F 8.0?

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sharkmobile

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Every time when i flash custom roms they work perfect but when i want flash someting (like: i mean anything) after installing any rom i have error with unable to mount data on Galaxy S7 edge 935F

I also tryed on rooted stock firmware to install something still saying unable to mount data...

I know for EXT2 > EXT4 but i dont want that i want fix this forever...

I search for 10days on YT, Google and also here i didnt find real solution to solve this error
I install latest twrp and latest Magisk root on Oreo
I have also Latest update of bootloader and modem

Sorry for my english ?
 
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manne49

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Every time when i flash custom roms they work perfect but when i want flash someting (like: i mean anything) after installing any rom i have error with unable to mount data on Galaxy S7 edge 935F

I also tryed on rooted stock firmware to install something still saying unable to mount data...

I know for EXT2 > EXT4 but i dont want that i want fix this forever...

I search for 10days on YT, Google and also here i didnt find real solution to solve this error
I install latest twrp and latest Magisk root on Oreo
I have also Latest update of bootloader and modem

Sorry for my english [emoji846]
The same problem here too,what can we do?Is this since Oreo??


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manne48

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I got the soloution:
Fixed, new TWRP version update from my side. Includes full Oreo support! Means after removing encryption, this TWRP will show data storage without any issues!

Other kernel developers may need to adapt (add quota to their fstab).

S7 img flashable:
https://mega.nz/#!xEdWwYQZ!IdTYbSyUzDptG-ArdvDZt1_hKG5qBbwP3P-mkcJCelo

S7 odin flashable:
https://mega.nz/#!tMVCBYrB!Bcvd2tGuvvRfpCPdWvpGwy53f25Oe5qe_zCOSLX_-rA

S7e img flashable:
https://mega.nz/#!oFd2RIpa!M2JYNFiurMlDp_jAblE8a4E2qQEYZ-yMXx8eMHhBZ7I

S7e odin flashable:
https://mega.nz/#!4JcmXKpK!BANHL1q1ZiDfL_R-YlM4pWERjnO724EFn84C413BJuY
 
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v1rooz

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Thanks for answers. I have that problem on twrp 3.2.3-0 :/. I'll try to flash whole soft again, install other version of twrp and then upgrade to 3.2.3-0 again. We will see...
 

LPVOIDDev

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I got the soloution:
Fixed, new TWRP version update from my side. Includes full Oreo support! Means after removing encryption, this TWRP will show data storage without any issues!

Other kernel developers may need to adapt (add quota to their fstab).

S7 odin flashable

Awesome! It works, thanks! But now seems to stop working correctly. A folder containing update zips is located two levels deep, and whenever I try to open that folder, TWRP just fails.
 

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