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I was having a similar issue, I could find the location, but no videos would populate. I have to change the usb connection mode from Camera to Media ( I know, duh ).


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See the following instructions: Push the .apk to SD card using: adb push (filename) /sdcard/ Install Terminal Emulator for Android or Connectbot from Play Store. (You may write your own too.) Launch the terminal and type su; If superuser permission is granted then mount /system for read/write by the command: mount -o remount,rw /system Copy your .apk ...


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As USB mass storage is available you can use your external memory card as a pen drive. Use any Windows/Linux/Mac app like sardu, YUMI to create bootable USB. Some app may not detect your MMC on phone, then try another boot dirive creater.


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Go into twrp mode on your phone and go to install. Then go to where you downloaded the zip file and tap on it. Then just swipe to install and reboot your device.


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sometimes empty folders are used as asset staging while an app is running, as well as what's been mentioned. another way to check for hidden files is to get a terminal app, navigate to the directory in question and run the following: ls -a any hidden objects will have a "." prefix. make sure you know that these are not needed by an app, etc. before ...


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From what I read here: http://androidforums.com/threads/can-empty-subdirectories-subfolders-be-deleted.324275/ You can delete empty folders if they are really empty. Sometimes Android creates folder with invisible files. The way to check if the folder is really empty is using explorer apps like Cabinet or Explorer.


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Eventually I solved it by connecting the device to my pc, running adb shell and then running su in order to grant root privileges. After that, to list all the partitions, I used the df command - and in each partition I generated a file big enough to fill all of the free space with random data (generated using the command dd if=/dev/urandom of=junkfile.txt ...


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Load your SD Card on Windows and go for a check disk using command prompt as follows Chkdsk E: /r Here E: is the drive the SD card is loaded on


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Similar to ScoobyDo's answer Disconnect the USB cable from phone. Click 'Clear data' on the Media Storage application. Then 'Force stop'. Reconnect the USB cable to phone. The Media Storage application is restarted and rebuilds the media list. Missing files are now available. This avoids rebooting, which was important for me. Your mileage may vary


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The SD Scanner worked for me on Android 5.0.2. It requires no Root permissions. May be limited to only "new and updated files" (but not deleted ones). I've found it in the accepted answer to the linked question and also in a question on rescanning SD memory on 4.4.



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