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SMART was originally designed for ATA devices and extended to SCSI and PCIe/NVMe later to cover almost the whole range of HDDs/SSDs. Trying to send SMART commands to eMMC, e.g. using smartctl would throw error: Unable to detect device type. Please specify device type with the -d option. Unlike SATA or SAS, eMMC communicates over parallel links and has a ...


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There is an option "forget SD storage" in Settings > Storage. Clicking that restored device storage, and all seems to work normally.


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