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I finally fixed it. In case someone has the same problem in the future, here's what I did: After googling here and there about how to completely wipe an Android phone, I read that to do that you must encrypt your data first and then do a factory reset. So, I still don't know what caused it, I only know that now it's fixed.
For Lenovo ,the location for Downloaded Update file is : internal storage > LenovoOTA or sdcard0/LenovoOTA folder after download completes mount to pc ,copy then execute on mobile/device otherwise file 'll be deleted after update
This is done so that on a device without a removable SD Card 1 - you'd still be able to copy files to and from the device, and 2 - user's data can be stored separately from system and app data. Regardless if a specific device has a removable SD Card, Android sets aside part of its internal memory that is reserved for user's media such as photos, music, ...
Since the mountpoints under /storage are managed through FUSE, they do not support permission and ownership editing. To change permissions and/or ownership for a file stored in the internal SD, you have to navigate to /data/media/0 (provided you have root permissions), and execute chmod or chown from there. Only then will you be able to launch said script, ...
Options are: store your crucial data on a remote server so you can download them after user clears the data and comes back online store your data on SD Card but then probably you will need some kind of encryption as data exposed there are easily accessible by the user (of course user can wipe out the SD Card if he wants too) All in all you can't prevent ...
Unpack the apk and edit the manifesto. refer to this site http://mirhoseini.com/how-to-disable-or-manage-android-clear-data/
The answer to your question is built into your phones OS. 1. Put the SD card in your phone 2. Reformat the SD card with your phone(Settings --> Storage/Storage & USB) 3. The file system on the freshly formatted SD card is the type that will give you the best performance with your phone. 4. Outside the context of your phone the optimum file system is ...
Doing this answer on behalf of Death Mask Salesman who currently lacks the time: To get a general idea of how the boot process on Android works, please take a look at Can somebody explain the boot process of an Android device? Don't get confused of the term "Dalvik" there: for Android 5+ simply replace it by "ART", the process is the same. Step 3 is ...
This is from Windows 10 After reading all the posts and digging through my S7 to find my music files I downloaded from Google play, I found the location where they are stored. Simply plug in your phone and change the setting (on the phone) to "File Transfer" (without the quotes). This will allow you to access both your files on the phone storage as well as ...
No, it is not possible to modify the Settings' app's files without root access. For the record, if you gain root access in future, then: For Android 4.x-5.x Look into: /data/data/com.android.providers.settings/databases/settings.db # database of Settings Providers/Storage app /data/data/com.android.settings/shared_prefs # some ...
Setting up an SSH server on Android 6.0 is fairly easy and works well with rsync. I installed SSHDroid. You need to use the SD:/Android/data/com.* path relevant to the app for the files you are syncing however.
install fx file explorer from play store .....and give it root acces and change it through filesystem
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