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A1: I'm pretty positive that they are on the /system partition because you can't delete them, if you could, that would mean they are in /data partition or whatever it is called where the userspace is. A2: I think they install updates in userspace, not in /system. The reason for believeing so is that after you update a system app, and you go in Settings -> ...
I found the problem in the end... It was a faulty internal flash memory module. After researching the web I found that the p1000 has a common internal memory fault that happens after several years. I can only say that i also found a tutorial that teaches how to remove (physically) the internal memory chip from the motherboard and changing the rom to know ...
Check the storage capacity of your mounted sdcard. If it is 1 Gb less than the capacity, it means the other partition is still present but not mounted as Izzy commented. You can Mount the partition as Aftab Khan suggested.
I stumbled upon this question. I like a challenge... Tools that I used: BusyBox I've come up with 3 commands (one you listed) to give some info about the partitions busybox ls -QAl --color=never /dev/bock/platform/*/by-name Output: lrwxrwxrwx 1 0 0 20 Jan 30 1970 "DDR" -> "/dev/block/mmcblk0p4" lrwxrwxrwx 1 0 0 ...
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