Invincible10001, on 27 December 2011 - 10:56 AM, said:
No! The output was: >> FAILED <<
Trying it out now again.
Just as a thought; suppose I connect the TouchPad to the computer & use the Windows Disk Checking utility on it; will that correct any of these errors?
EDIT: Yeah, same result as before. After the Nandroid restore; applied the first fix. It says Preparing SD Card: Checking for errors. No further output after that. Reboot into recovery & applied the 2048MB fix, this is the output:
media: 26248 => 24200 cm-data: 1536=>3584
media_fs tot=26242 sz=13585 free=12657
fsck cm-data failed rc=4
>> FAILED <<
First, I would suggest to NEVER use Windows to check/correct/format/etc. the filesystem on the Touchpad.
Second, this is the /data partition and Windows cannot see it or know what to do with the filesystem on it.
Which recovery are you using?
Before running the update, make sure that /data is not mounted by the recovery:
In CWM, from Mounts and Storage, if it has a "unmount /data", select it.
In TWRP, from Mount, if it has "Unmount Data", select it.
Also, and maybe most important, when you ran the "more aggressive" check,
did it say it SUCCEEDED or FAILED? If it failed, then your /data partition is really
messed up and you probably need to reformat, reinstall and restore first.