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Error mounting /data!

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I've been using Baidu rom, I told it to unmount the external SD card (from the storage settings), it did so and then it locked up. Now it won't boot, and CWM says Error mounting /data!

Any way to fix this from adb or something? I guess flashing an update.app would fix things, but if there's a more direct way that would be good. Would be nice if my data is still in there somewhere, seeing as my nandroid backups don't work.

Cheers!

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Oops!

You could try scanning the partition and automatically fixing errors: Boot into recovery. Connect via ADB and do the following


/sbin/e2fsck -p /dev/block/mmcblk0p13

If it finds a problem that it can't/shouldn't automatically correct, it will notify you. If so, post the output here. Afterwards, you can try to mount it from the command line

mount -t ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk0p13 /data

As before, post any errors here.

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Cheers for the reply! :D

Unfortunately I got impatient and flashed an update.app, so maybe we'll never know...

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