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  1. saviour555

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    Hi there,

    Got Xiaomi MI3 with Internal storage 16 GB (no external SD card slot). Phone is rooted, USB debugging enabled & TWRP installed. I tested one MIUI based custom ROM but later move back to stock rom by SP flash tools with original backed files. Now facing problem is, half of my phone memory is missing. Below is adb "df" result:

    root@android:/ # df
    Filesystem Size Used Free Blksi
    /dev 485M 212K 485M 4096
    /mnt/secure 485M 0K 485M 4096
    /mnt/asec 485M 0K 485M 4096
    /mnt/obb 485M 0K 485M 4096
    /system 739M 433M 305M 4096
    /data 6G 180M 6G 4096
    /cache 124M 4M 119M 4096
    /mnt/cd-rom 1M 1M 0K 2048
    /protect_f 8M 4M 4M 4096
    /protect_s 8M 4M 4M 4096
    /mnt/shell/emulated 6G 180M 6G 4096
    /storage/emulated 485M 0K 485M 4096

    See there phone memory is around 6.5 GB., which is for system files and data only Until now i know that, in such device, where there is no SD slot, a part of Internal memory has partition as "emulated SD card" which behave like real SD card. I can see that ""/mnt/shell/emulated" has rest 6 GB space. which I presume, is can be used for file purpose. But i am unable to use that. Is that folder need to be mounted ?

    I cannot see or create any file in file explorer or use camera or gallery in absence of phone memory. Please help.
     

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    Thanks, Flashing and reflashing didnt help. I think my internal SD partitions are corrupted. Today even I searched for more regarding this. I dont see any files inside /dev/block/vold. Should there be any files inside it. Can anybody share knowledge on this one??
     

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