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I don't know why, but I can't edit permission: on internal memory
trying mix, this failed
trying on a terminal under my phone, this seems to work, but no.
the only way I managed to get it working is by change file permission under TWRP :/
edit: I managed to get it working y using adb root on my laptop
I believe I may be having a similar issue. The internal storage ("sdcard") seems to be encrypted, as the folders there have hash-like names and apps can't utilize it for storage. Trying to use the Camera or Gallery app, the app throws an error about not enough space or no storage available. The "Storage" section of the Settings reports that I have plenty of free space. Installing apps only works because they default to the sdcard I have in the phone ("sdcard1").
Checking the directory in the TWRP terminal, the folders are owned by user and group "media_rw". Should this be something different?
The phone boots and run just fine, I just can't use the internal storage. I would take screenshots, but those don't work either due to "lack of storage space"...
Any suggestions? I'm not even sure where to start on this. I figure if LOS has encrypted the files, it should be able to decrypt them on boot.
EDIT: I found a suggestion to use the "Fix Contexts" option in TWRP, but should that fail, I'm not sure what the resolution for that is. I am hesitant to try it.
EDIT 2: I threw caution to the wind and used the "Fix Contexts" option, but the issue remains.
SOLUTION: Formatting the system through TWRP fixed the issue. Luckily I wasn't too deep in setting things up on the phone, so nothing of value was lost. I'm not sure how this all started, but its done now...
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