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Can't access "My Storage" within android...

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My Storage in android (\storage) is emtpy, but works without a problem in wm (and did so in my previous android-install). Is there a way to mount it manually in android without reinstalling.

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Your mount point in init.rc must be changed, try this: Open ubuntu in WMware Player plug phone (booted in WM) open terminal and type "sudo nautilus" you will get root privilegies, open disk (where android system is) and find init.rc open it "LIKE TEXT DOCUMENT" and search and edit this line:"mount vfat /dev/block/mmcblk0p1 /storage" and change that number 1 to 5 so it stay: "mount vfat /dev/block/mmcblk0p5 /storage" choice SAVE in text editor and close all and unplug phone, run android and my storage will be sight by android.

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I made as indicated and exactly thus in My Storage nothing it appears… how to fix ?

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Your mount point in init.rc must be changed, try this: Open ubuntu in WMware Player plug phone (booted in WM) open terminal and type "sudo nautilus" you will get root privilegies, open disk (where android system is) and find init.rc open it "LIKE TEXT DOCUMENT" and search and edit this line:"mount vfat /dev/block/mmcblk0p1 /storage" and change that number 1 to 5 so it stay: "mount vfat /dev/block/mmcblk0p5 /storage" choice SAVE in text editor and close all and unplug phone, run android and my storage will be sight by android.

tks, it worked for me. i actually have to change from 5 to 1.

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( ...) type "sudo nautilus" you will get root privilegies, open disk (where android system is) and find (...)

Where´s the disk with android system ? The samsung gt-i8000I icon is showed in wmware taskbar but I can't find it in nautilus.

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Where´s the disk with android system ? The samsung gt-i8000I icon is showed in wmware taskbar but I can't find it in nautilus.

you can even install root explorer in android and find the file and edit it there,

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