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Old October 24th, 2012, 09:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default NAND, Data, System & Cache partition issue!

Maybe the app I'm using isn't reading/detecting it right but after having a small issue, from uninstalling one or more system apps, I did a factory reset & ran the VZW Upgrade tool (even though I already had up to date software (4.0.4 ICS)) a certain app that used to run great, very fast & all, is now slow as hell.
I remembered using a defrag app quite a few times but that was before the issues & restore and, just now, read an article on how defraging android, or just flash memory in general, is detrimental to it, so my question is: Can I restore it?
NAND available: 0 Total: 0, and Data, System & Cache partitions all at 0 as well for used/available & total.

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