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Well it turns out that the SD-CARD went into write protect while I was listening to music, Write protect mode is happening when suddenly while reading and writing something goes wrong like lost connection to chip or getting high voltages something like that, unfortunately Sd-Card is so dead and is non-writable, you can see the data but cannot change it, if ...


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Well, never mind that! I suddenly recalled that fdisk is more meant to work with MBR instead of GPT so I installed parted manually and now the partition table is shown correctly..


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The answer is yes,no,maybe. You might hit a snag with the fat/ext/fat scheme on your card but here goes, I have a debian chroot <ext4> set up in /dev/block/mmcblk1p2 --> my extSdCard 2nd partition. So i edit the following in my recovery ramdisk --> Philz Adv CWM init.rc --> add a directory export under the on init section export DEBIAN_ROOT ...


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I usually use a combination of the following 4 commands and correlate them, since each of these commands gives a piece of the information that might be needed. Summarily: Using df lists the filesystem path alias and size info as seen below (total size, used, free and block size) Example output: root@ks01lte:/sdcard # df df Filesystem ...


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The best way is relotive and dependant on not just hardware but also your desire to modify and or automate. For one shot tasks I'd suggest ADB & for special projects and automation I'd suggest Casual or Xposed. For messing with stuff I probably shouldn't I'd deffenatly start with Xposed if I where you because the settings can be non-perminate. To help ...



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