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Just come back from holiday, was charging phone in caravan, came back to it in the morning black screen, pulled battery, now it gets to logo screen then reboots into CWM recovery but with errors

E:Can't mount /cache/recovery/command.
E:Can't mount /cache/recovery/log.
E:Can't open /cache/recovery/log.
E:Can't mount /cache/recovery/last_log.
E:Can't open /cache/recovery/last_ log

Have tried re-installing rom on sd card, wiping everything, nothing works, and its going really slow

Need help, cheers in advance.

Edit: Also I have a CWM back up which also will not restore

Edited by beebaakid, 02 November 2012 - 04:58 PM.

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donwload the official b926, extract it, put it to your sdcard and press vol+ and vol- and power button and you can start rooting...

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donwload the official b926, extract it, put it to your sdcard and press vol+ and vol- and power button and you can start rooting...


cheers, tried that it gets to a third of the progress bar and stalls, found another thread with the same problem and it didnt get resolved guess Im gonna have to send it back, if anyone has any ideas off how to get CWM off and the chinese boot screen that would be a help...cheers.

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ive done exatcly this as i overclocked my phone too much and there was only blue screen

format sdcard and put only the dload folder to it and then try it again
hold both of the volumes + the power button for a few seconds

Edited by Curlie, 02 November 2012 - 04:14 PM.

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ive done exatcly this as i overclocked my phone too much and there was only blue screen

format sdcard and put only the dload folder to it and then try it again
hold both of the volumes + the power button for a few seconds


Ill give it a go

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try it ;) but backup your sdcard

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this is the other thread for anyone searching about this problem
http://www.modaco.co...__hl__ warranty

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Ill give it a go


Given it a go, same result progress bar gets a third of the way along and stalls

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You are are at least the third person to report this problem. It looks as if the cache partition has been corrupted and this is probably recoverable via adb. I suggested a few possible commands in an earlier thread to try and reinit the cache partition but it didn't seem to work. Someone more familiar than me with the file system setup could probably help more quickly. I suspect if I actually had one (with the problem) in front of me I could figure it out.

Bottom line: If your problem is the same as others who have reported this then all of your data on the phone is intact except for the cache partition which is corrupt. The phone should still respond to adb control from a PC but unfortunately you can't restore the cache partition without giving the appropriate linux shell commands to recreate the partition first.

Edited by Hogweed, 02 November 2012 - 07:36 PM.

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spent the last 3 hours on this, I feel like crying, Ive tried various adb commands (knowing not what I do), and everything come back round to fuuked phone, How do I get CWM off and the chinese splash, jeez...............

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you completely formated your sdcard?

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and then put only the dload folder of the official b926 to your sdcard and press both of the vol buttons and powerbutton
if that doesnt work i don't know

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or you try to restore a backup maybe this works (if you have one)

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or you try to restore a backup maybe this works (if you have one)


Ive got a back up that wont restore, Its gonna have to go back BIG fingers crossed.

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ok thought id bump this, got my head around fastboot and adb, need help replacing chinese boot logo with stock UK one, and how do I replace CWM with stock one, Ive tried reflashing different ROMs, versions of CWM, everything fails I think phone is knackered but I need to return it, there is no way they are going to replace it in this state, I might as well throw it in the bin, or is there a way to totally brick it so it wont do anything, cheers in advance.

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What ROM were you on?

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What ROM were you on?


Infusion latest version with storage fix.

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