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I recently got myself a OnePlus Nord 200 5G running Android 11 and I'm trying to format my SD card. The problem is that I can't identify the card in ADB shell. From the shell:

OnePlusN200TMO:/ $ sm list-disks
disk:179,0
OnePlusN200TMO:/ $ sm list-volumes all
emulated:179,2;0 unmounted null
private mounted null
private:179,2 mounted a0104c1c-c041-4496-9c7d-aa584d166a71
emulated;0 mounted null

So is the 179,0 the internal and 179,2 the SD? If so, and I want to format like half or 2/3 as internal and the remaining as external (256 GB SD) how would I do that? I'm being extra careful because I have seen posts that bricked the phone.

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  • disk:179,0 is the disk MicroSD Card and private:179,2 is the partition MicroSD Card. you already adopted 100% and will lose apps and pictures on repartition (no root required) android.stackexchange.com/q/224372
    – alecxs
    Aug 19, 2021 at 17:54

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I'm afraid you can't do that without root access

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  • Thank you, that's one thing I needed to know.
    – KeyFox5
    Aug 18, 2021 at 20:13
  • no root required
    – alecxs
    Aug 19, 2021 at 17:55

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