On Startup I Hear "Data Partition... Detected"Support


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  1. sddenizen

    sddenizen Member This Topic's Starter

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    I had to do a factory reinstall after my rooted SF refused to boot because of a problem with a program I installed. After the reinstall, I still had root and was able to reinstall my programs but now, when I turn the phone on, I get this female computer voice which tells me "data partition detected" before the phone fully boots. Does any one know what is happening? Otherwise phone works great.
     

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  2. saps

    saps Well-Known Member

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    You had voodoo and did an incomplete uninstall. If your phone works great just deal with it I guess. Normally that message accompanies a phone which doesnt work great. In which case a full system restore might be in order
     
  3. nitsuj17

    nitsuj17 Well-Known Member

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    look on your sdcard and see if you have a voodoo folder. (you do id assume)

    and check if you have the disable lagfix file in. i believe if you just straight disabled voodoo and didnt flash a new kernel you ll hear that on boot.

    if thats the case flash a nonvoodoo kernel, let it boot and then delete the disable_lagfix file
     
  4. goat-head

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    I'm running COMROM 2.1, OTB 1.6 kernal and I was wondering if I needed to partition my SD card? Z device test says most of my memory is being used and that I have a partition(1-2-3). I need to know how to access that partition? I'm not real familiar with the whole sd ext 1-2-3-4 deal. If I could get the low-down on the why partition and how to put some internal OS operations on said partition, or whatever, I'd be stoked! I know I'd have to back up my SD on CPU, then partition, then format and re-store backup data on the sd. Would that automatically send data to the partition, freeing up some internal operations?
    -------Thanks in advance for any ideas or insight into this curious query,
    ........and Have a Groovy day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  5. goat-head

    goat-head Well-Known Member

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    Anybody got any type of insight on my partition inquiry above? I'd very much appreciate it!!:cool:
     

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