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Link Quick Reply Reply Hooya View Profile View Forum Posts 16th November 2011, 03:12 AM |#4 Member Thanks Meter: 11 More 96 posts Join Date:Joined: Apr 2008 My Devices: If you can get it from Rom Manager, that works too. (You aren't running from SD card, are you?)Click to expand... Then I installed OTS update and it worked. tried that and still getting the error message Share Share this post on Digg Twitter Share on Facebook Reddit! http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1332045
Any suggestions on what to do now? Reply 01-03-2016,03:24 PM #23 wiggiw Posts 2 Posts Re: ERROR on recovery --> E: failed to mount /data (Invalid argument) Originally Posted by matierra This it what i It messed up the data partition... as you say format memory card in fat32 , than after it will give me same error so now what can i do Loren For Nexus 5, you need to go
Cache errors etc? Not the answer you're looking for? I havn't any problem now. Mount Data Error Force Format Data I repeated this process 3 times and it doesn't change the result.
So I sent the tablet back to Acer. I'll keep this tab open and post my results as I try some fixes tonight on my wife's phone. So I ran V6 and everything seemed to run with no problems. Last edited by Rosco77; 10-08-2012 at 01:43 PM.
And after a freeze I could not do anything else with the integrated flash (eMMC). get into fast boot, turn it off and then hold power down and power then right when the screen pops up flick the rotation lock a few times, should say something If you guys ever come across this problem, I recommend you to try the third option first since its easy to format a memory card than upgrading the CWM/TWRP. I copied the the ROM file into SD card, backed up important stuff like contacts then switched off the phone, then boot into CWM recovery mode(By pressing Home+Power button and then release
I don't know anything about softwares or what odin or kies are, so a step by step solution would be much appreciated! Welcome to the Acer Tablet forum. Error Mounting Data Cwm I cant do anything apart from boot into recovery or into fastboot mode. Mount/data Error Solution The rehearsal.
How can I fix this? http://ebprovider.com/data-error/clone-dvd-data-error.php Initial boot of SuperWipe said it couldn't locate /data, however it still formatted it during the wipe. If that does not work for you I suggest starting your own thread, I just posted this here so that if anyone else encounters this then the search will pickup on Reply With Quote 10-03-2012,09:36 AM #4 cykearney2107 Iconia Lurker Member # 14713 Join Date Oct 2012 Location Tulsa, Ok Posts 16 Liked 1 times Originally Posted by teacherhh Hi, I tried Error Mounting Sdcard Cwm
Is there any way to copy data from phone storage?? I'm pretty sure I have the latest CWM, but 18.104.22.168 doesn't look like the version I think I have (at work right now)............hhmmmm.....thanks everyone Jul 22, 2011 #6 leffe Member Solution : Select 'mounts and storage' option Select 'format /data' Select 'Yes' to indicate you want to lose all your data Return to the main menu You can now use the check over here boot into your new CWM recovery 4.
Get the latest boot.img from a NIGHTY .zip file (to get the latest CWM recovery) 2. I will give it a go later tonight...thanks Jul 22, 2011 #11 leffe Member This Topic's Starter Joined: Apr 21, 2010 Messages: 12 Likes Received: 0 Thanks cwcheese and colchiro! Luckily I was able to upgrade and went with the Rezound.
long story short.. Sent from my NookColor using Android Tablet Forum (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Similar Threads error reformatting /data, trying to restore back Share Share this post on Digg Twitter Share on Facebook Reddit! The tablet never changed from the "Formatting UDA" message I mentioned above.
If you can get it from Rom Manager, that works too. (You aren't running from SD card, are you?) Jul 22, 2011 #8 leffe Member This Topic's Starter Joined: Apr It could have just been caught inside the spam filter. Try using 22.214.171.124. http://ebprovider.com/data-error/crc-data-error-fix.php You have no idea how much trouble I've been through.
Unfortunately, when you use Odin to load firmware it usually doesn't touch the /data partition (assuming that you may want to keep your data intact). Quick Reply Reply dragon droid View Profile View Forum Posts 16th November 2011, 05:37 PM |#7 Senior Member Thanks Meter: 10 More 190 posts Join Date:Joined: Oct 2010 Less it was the same with the dalvik cache and the bat stats i got that same error also when i boot into cwm i get a bunch of messeges like E: Hosted by Leaseweb We're Social Jump to content Sign In Create Account Search Advanced Search section: This topic Forums Members Help Files News Downloads Blogs View New Content News
What boot loader version do you have. If I do a factory reset it hangs on formatting /cache. Thanks Update: I decided to try downgrading to the official 2.2 stock version with S-On with hopes of trying to start from scratch and now I am stuck in bootloops. I reboot the phone into recovery mode: (Using the lastest clockworkmod recovery) wipe data factory reset wipe cache partition I go under mounts and storage, format /boot /system /datadata /data /cache
Stay logged in Sign up now! Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the The problem was there because the SD card has fie system NTFS. TIA!!!
Jul 22, 2011 #10 leffe Member This Topic's Starter Joined: Apr 21, 2010 Messages: 12 Likes Received: 0 colchiro said: ↑ If you can see the original files with same names All rights reserved. My problem is very similar to yours!