sparse.img image with the following properties:
$ file sparse.img sparse.img: Android sparse image, version: 1.0, Total of 2512896 4096-byte output blocks in 60 input chunks.
I want to see its contents so
- I have converted it into raw image.
- Created a new directory
- Trying to mount the raw image on to the directory
using the following commands:
$ simg2img sparse.img sparse_raw.img $ mkdir raw $ sudo mount -t ext4 -o loop sparse_raw.img raw
First two commands run fine and I can see
sparse_raw.img generated of size larger than
Last command failed with an error:
wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/loop27, missing codepage or helper program, or other error.
I think that may be the
sparse_raw.img is not an
ext4 image but how can I sure about it?
I have tried to mount it as
- ext2, ext3 or without -t
- without -o loop but nothing works.
Please suggest a way to fix it.