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Unable to set property ro.boottime.init.mount.cache after upgrade firmware with Odin

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Lif3mau5

Senior Member
Oct 4, 2014
148
39
Stuttgart
Google Pixel 2 XL
I'm having a strange issue after flashing latest firmware on my Tab S7 (SM-T870)...
When I try to flash an update with odin I'm using "HOME_CSC" as I want to keep the data on the device. However it results in a boot loop to recovery where I have 3 options
1. Restart the phone
2. Factory reset
3. Check logs

Restarting the phone just restarts it and boots to the same menu.

I've checked the logs and saw an error saying:
Unable to set property "ro.boottime.init.mount.cache"
I've tried wiping cache in recovery as well, but that didn't help.
Anyone here who can help me out?

Thanks!
 

Vntnox

Senior Member
Feb 12, 2017
157
52
London
I'm having a strange issue after flashing latest firmware on my Tab S7 (SM-T870)...
When I try to flash an update with odin I'm using "HOME_CSC" as I want to keep the data on the device. However it results in a boot loop to recovery where I have 3 options
1. Restart the phone
2. Factory reset
3. Check logs

Restarting the phone just restarts it and boots to the same menu.

I've checked the logs and saw an error saying:
Unable to set property "ro.boottime.init.mount.cache"
I've tried wiping cache in recovery as well, but that didn't help.
Anyone here who can help me out?

Thanks!
Maybe try to reflash previous firmware version.
There is no need to run after the lastest update.
 

Uxepro

Senior Member
Oct 18, 2013
84
20
Impruneta
I have the same problem, but i didn't update from Odin.

Just OTA september update, and the phone randomly goes in bootloop like once in a week.
 

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