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You can use tune2fs (shell command) for this. The target output entry is 'Block size'. The corresponding block device (mmcblk1p1) depends on your hardware and needs to be replaced respectively. tune2fs -l /dev/block/mmcblk1p1
There's a free app on the play store called Undeleter that may help once you can root your device again. It sounds like you erased your Google play services, Google framework, and possibly your Google+ /data when you wiped it. Which is normal. Titanium backup's /data is stored on your sd card, or even internally sometimes in a different directory that is ...
I fixed it myself. I went to the recovery menu (CWM) Mounted /system Plugged it into my Laptop Opened ADB on my Laptop Comand: adb shell went to /system/bin and replaced the file Hopefully this helps other who do the same mistake!
Android supports multiple file systems. Your problem is root access, as 4.4 has further restricted application access to SD memory. Root your phone and your problem is solved.
This limitation is not due to the FAT filesystem : Since 4.4, Android only lets a special user group write on the card. Your card could be in NTFS, or EXT or whatever more, you'll have the same problem. The only way to bypass this limitation is to root your device, and install some 3rd party apps/patchs, or manuallay edit some files.
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