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Well this sdcard thingy is kind of tricky for the OPO. For me it seems like the device does not have an sdcard at all(not even an internal). Which would mean that the free space you see is actually an emulated internal sdcard taken from your device flash memory. For emulating an sdcard a FUSE daemon is used where also your /dev/fuse device comes into play. ...


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As for your first question: no, wiping data from the recovery just wipes the content of the partitions, not the partitions themselves. So your device's disk will still be divided into /data, /system, /cache etc., but those partitions will be blank. As for your second question, yes, you will be able to restore the stock firmware, as long as you make a backup ...


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I understand that read/write speeds are dependent on what the phone is, and what the SD card is, but since both are flash memory, I thought the read/write times would pretty much be around the same. That is a wrong assumption. While they're all flash technology, there's a very wide certain in the speed of the storage. A Class 2 SD Card has a minimum ...


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The only way to recover your photos is that you will need to root your phone. There is really no other way to restore the data you already deleted. First you will need to root your device and then you can recover your files. Rooting your device will void your warranty. Next time before you accidentally delete your photos, use an online backup tool like ...


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Apps do not download directly to the SD card, even as far back as Gingerbread. You must have adequate built-in storage to do this. Once installed you can move some bits of some apps to the SD card, but internal storage will still be required for some things. Kitkat and Lollipop make this even worse by effectively making the SD card read-only. I suggest ...



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