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xtoad

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ext4 is for example your internal memory. Exfat is most the common file system for sd cards and usb sticks, but this is still enabled.
I've removed the old fat filesystems for the moment, maybe we can safe some space elsewhere.
Thanks. I'll reformat in exFat and check again.

EDIT: All good now formatted with exFat. Thank yor for your work. I had a brain fart about the file system question and thought you meant the filesystem of the recovery partition. The SD card was formatted in FAT.
 
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FYI: i had same issue with sd card missing on the latest version...

reverted back to the previous version and the sd card popped up again

cheers
 

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TWRP 3.5.2_9-0 builds are up, I've readded some file systems.
Hey, first of all, thanks for keeping the device up to date!

Some of my friends asked me to "do something" on his old GT-N8010 yesterday night.

I am just amazed to see the incredible community around this 9 years old device, and how good it is. It runs so well under LOS 16.0!! Crazy, in more than 10 years on XDA, there are really only a few devices that got so much love from devs...



That being said,it seems that the bug of formatting /data instead of just wiping /data without /data/media is still present.

I have ran a simple "swipe to factory reset", and everything in /data/media got deleted. I don't remember if it was done only due to the "factory reset", or by selecting wipe data in "Advanced". BUt nevertheless, both should wipe data, preserving /data/media. But it behaves as if we really clicked on "Format data", that requires a "yes" to really perform.
 
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That being said,it seems that the bug of formatting /data instead of just wiping /data without /data/media is still present.

I have ran a simple "swipe to factory reset", and everything in /data/media got deleted. I don't remember if it was done only due to the "factory reset", or by selecting wipe data in "Advanced". BUt nevertheless, both should wipe data, preserving /data/media. But it behaves as if we really clicked on "Format data", that requires a "yes" to really perform.
Really?
I will retry this by my own today, if this should be really present, I will hand of this to TWRP.
 
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No thx, I just have to "swipe to factory reset" and if my data got deleted, the we have to find the bug,
but this behaviour was never present for me, I'm factory resetting many times for my tests.
OK. I'll be giving it back to my friends today. So won't be able to test after. Anyway, I'll warn them about it so that they always back up their important data before doing anything if they ever boot under TWRP one day.
 

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OK. I'll be giving it back to my friends today. So won't be able to test after. Anyway, I'll warn them about it so that they always back up their important data before doing anything if they ever boot under TWRP one day.
Screenshot_2021-04-13-06-32-05.png

It's working like it should, nothing got deleted from my personal data, this was always working for me,
and I really have to wipe many times.
 

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It's working like it should, nothing got deleted from my personal data, this was always working for me,
and I really have to wipe many times.
Indeed.... I don't know what I did wrong, or if it was because of the first flash of TWRP, etc...

Anyway, tried again and you're right. Both options work as intended.

Sorry for the trouble.
 
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Update 16.06.2021:
  • Brought support for GSI flash & reused old HIDDEN partition as vendor.
  • Brought support for encrypted /data partition.
 

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    1. If your phone is turned on normally, turn on Advanced reboot in Developer options and select "Recovery" from the Restart menu. Alternatively, power it off and press the Power and Volume UP simultaneously. Release all buttons when the boot screen appears ("Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1").
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    TWRP 3.5.2_9-X, ROM for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

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    ROM OS Version: 7.x Nougat
    ROM Kernel: Linux 3.0.x

    Version Information
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    Stable
    Current Stable Version: 3.5.2_9-1
    Stable Release Date: 2021-02-14

    Created 2021-02-14
    Last Updated 2021-06-16
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    What have you exactly done? If you choose wipe /data, then it should also wipe your internal memory (this is mounted in data/media/0).
    But if you made a factory reset, then the internal memory shouldn't be deleted.

    Well previously using TWRP 3.3.1 I would do the advanced wipe and only select the /data partition not the internal storage. Then it would say "wiping /data without wiping internal storage". But if I did the same thing in TWRP 3.5.0 it would say "wiping /data and internal storage". I stopped using the basic factory reset many years ago because it always wiped my internal storage. But I will give it a shot and let you know if that works for formatting just the /data partition.
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    Off topic, but it seems like emojis need to be disabled in the 1st post.
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    Thanks for testing it,
    I will check on this later, maybe something went wrong in the conversion,
    I will fix this and we will receive a new build.
    Works fine with with revised version now, thank you very much
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    I seem to have lost access to my microSD in recovery..? I updated from the microSD and on reboot the card was corruptred in LOS18...I was able to fix and recover on my computer and am able to see it again in Android, but still won't mount in recovery. Any ideas?