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I have a HTC One M8 and I split my adopted storage with adb like this:

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C:\Program Files (x86)\Minimal ADB and Fastboot>adb shell
shell@htc_m8:/ $ sm set-force-adoptable true
shell@htc_m8:/ $ sm list-disks
disk:179,32
shell@htc_m8:/ $ sm partition disk:179,32 mixed 80
shell@htc_m8:/ $ sm list-disks adoptable
disk:179,32

It seems to work, no error, and the phone shows the SD card as internal and external, but both as "beschädigt" - it doesn't work.

So I have to format one partition with the phone. And the result is, either the whole space of the SD card is internal or external; it depends on which part I choose to format.

Is there any help for this problem?

  • Related: How to split adopted storage? Note that list-disks gave you 173,29 according to your question, but you ran partition disk with 179,32 which doesn't match. Moreover, shouldn't you have used sm list-disks adoptable (note the additional parameter)? – Izzy May 22 '16 at 12:34
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You are entering the wrong disk. The numbers are wrong and you have a space after the ":".

This is the correct command:

sm partition disk:173,29 mixed 80

Or this (I don't know your disk number..)

sm partition disk:179,32 mixed 80

If both commands don't work, please post a screenshot of the output of this command: sm list-disks.

  • But in the question I write it wrong: I have no space between "...disk:17..." SORRY – Dawe May 22 '16 at 12:08
  • @Dawe Can you post the exact output of sm list-disks, please? With copy/paste or screenshot? – Thomas Vos May 22 '16 at 12:16
  • I edit the question... Now theres the copied text.... – Dawe May 22 '16 at 17:03

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