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[ROM] Gingerounay 3.0.1 (05/11/2011)


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You have to be rooted to do so. If you have an unsecure boot you should be able to do so without request su access (as adb shell logs you as su). Given the fact that you're facing a permission denied, I think you have to do it this way ($ and # representing the shell prompt):

adb shell
$ su
(phone requesting su permission, grant it)
# df -h
(available space on partitions)
# rm -rf /cache/* (be careful not to introduce a space in this command...)
<CTRL+D><CTRL+D> (to exit superuser session and shell session)[/codebox]

Edited by CedricGatay
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sorry you re right i made an update and now the phone is not rooted :)

ps: now have done a normal root but entering this command: adb shell rm -rf /cache/*

say: rm failed for -rf, read only file system

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sorry you re right i made an update and now the phone is not rooted :)

ps: now have done a normal root but entering this command: adb shell rm -rf /cache/*

say: rm failed for -rf, read only file system

Try this :

adb shell "mount -o rw,remount /dev/block/mtdblock7 /cache"

adb shell rm -rf /cache/*

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Try this :

adb shell "mount -o rw,remount /dev/block/mtdblock7 /cache"

adb shell rm -rf /cache/*

first command work

for second same problem

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the command seems to work via fastboot

but on froyo os same problem market no download and recovery no flash

vache but do you think is a risolvible problem? :)

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the command seems to work via fastboot

but on froyo os same problem market no download and recovery no flash

vache but do you think is a risolvible problem? :)

I hope =)

Launch again this command, but from recovery, not from Android. :

adb shell rm -rf /cache/*

If it does not work

adb shell "mount -o rw,remount /dev/block/mtdblock7 /cache"

adb shell rm -rf /cache/*

Edited by vache
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i put gingerounay 2 and via recovery:

first command say: rm: cannot remove "/cache/lost+found" : directory not empty

other command same thing :)

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entering: adb shell rm -rf /cache/lost+found/*

anything happens

This problem is strong nice :)

Edited by deepfabry
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So it should be good.

Check free space again on cache with

adb shell df

cache available 0 :) use 100%

i dont undestead for solve i could insert: adb shell rm -rf /cache/lost+found/* and stop?

Edited by deepfabry
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Damn it.

Another thing to try, Reboot in bootloader and type :

fastboot -i 0x0502 erase cache

toujours en attente

waiting for device

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Why is on all custom roms reverted magnetomer in all apps (North to South and E to W)? How can i change it? Thanks for reply

Same here. I thought some hardware is faulty... :)

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please

please I'm confused with the cache! I falsh and re-flash and no way to reverse the order fastboot ... to clear the cache do not work

my English is a means sorry

Edited by nexus351
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i hope we can solve also becausse we dont know what exactly cause this problem also with a new phone we could have same problem in future

@nexus351 we can only wait and hope

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i hope we can solve also becausse we dont know what exactly cause this problem also with a new phone we could have same problem in future

@nexus351 we can only wait and hope

yes :)

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Damn....!

I flashed the "Acer Lockscreen" with the recovery, but since that I get a endlees boot. B)

What can I do? Is there a way to re-flash the original lockscreen?

EDIT: OK, I re-flashed the Gingerounay. :)

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Wow wow guys, calm down.

I'm not a magician, i can't answer such question without, a least, some logs cause i can't reproduce the issue.

Aren't you a magician :)? Maybe a little bit B)
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