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  1. saviour555

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    Hi need help please...
    After cleaning some virus in my mobile, I reflashed stock ROM via SP Flash tools. Then the device was not showing my internal SD card. To recover the SD card, I accidentally touched partition menu in TWRP.
    twp recovery > partition sd card>Change value (EXT Swap/ swap size)
    Now, my system OS is gone and internal memory show 0 mb.

    If i try to Advanced wipe in TWRP, following message appears-
    Updating partition details...
    E:Unable to mount '/cache'
    E:Unable to mount '/data'
    E:Unable to mount '/system'
    E:Unable to mount Storage.

    If i try to format -- type "yes" then data format failed.

    Mount options for all is unchecked and cannot be checked.
    Currently only TWRP and adb is working
    please i need help ...
     

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  2. scary alien

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    Welcome to AF :).

    Not sure I can help you, but it would help others if we knew what specific device (make/model, etc.) and version of Android you have.

    Let us know :).
     
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    Oh...I have Xiaomi MI3 clone..basically it is MT6589 chipset. Currently I have only TWRP and adb working. As internal storage is gone, I cannot flash stock rom which I had back up. I search in other forums as well. Is it caused due to format of system and data partition?? If it is so, then please guide me how to get the partition back

    Other info is, by TWRP File Manager, following files are seen inside /dev/block

    Platform
    Loop0 to loop7 (total 8 files)
    mmcblk0
    mmcblk0boot0
    mmcblk0boot1
    mmcblk0p1

    Thanks.
     
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    A knock-off Xiaomi Mi3? If it is a clone, there's probably no chance of restoring the partitioning and firmware to a working state, as the manufacturer is anonymous and unknown, and so there's no information, tools and firmware available. If it was a real Xiaomi, could probably do it.
     
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