I have a Galaxy Nexus (toro) device. It's flashed with the latest touch ClockworkMod recovery image, along with a milestone snapshot of CyanogenMod 11.
Now, when I try to pick a zip file to flash from the SD card, ClockworkMod gives me an error that it can't mount
/sdcard. The Galaxy Nexus has no internal SD card, so I assume that it can't mount properly because it's already there (there is an
/sdcard directory, it's just stored on the internal flash memory and so can't be mounted). So far I've been using sideload to flash things, but it'd be nice if I could push files to the SD card. It's worth mentioning that I have data encryption turned on.
How can I tell ClockworkMod that
/sdcard doesn't need to be mounted, because it's stored on the internal flash?
I have read this related question, but it appears to be about mounting problems due to the locked-down nature of most Samsung Galaxy devices. I have no such problem, having a Nexus device.