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    failed to mount /sdcard (internal sd-card bricked?)

    No matter which of the roms i choose (XXJVK, XXJVS or XXJVU) or even a third party (i.e. Darky) i allways get a "Pass" in Odin, but afterwards my Samsung Galaxy S I9000 goes into an endless boot loop.
    When i start it in recovery mode (3e), i see:
    E: failed to mount /sdcard (Invalid argument)
    or
    E: failed to mount /sdcard (File exists)

    "wipe cache partition" ends completed, "wipe data/factory reset" leads to
    E:format_volume: rfs format failed on /dev/block/mmcblk0p2

    I also tried a Re-Partition using a corresponding PID-File, same result.

    Can some of you guys confirm or refute (by giving me a hint what i should try next) my opinion that i bricked my internal sd-card?
    B.t.w it happened when (probably) due to sub-zero temperatures my battery spontaneously refused to work properly leading to some random boot events of the device. Since then, everything went worse... :-(

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    It is still turning on then no problem just take it to the nearest service centre and dont tell that you flashed ypur mobile a

    is it still under warranty...???
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    Quote Originally Posted by jostar [ Login above or register to see download links. ]
    No matter which of the roms i choose (XXJVK, XXJVS or XXJVU) or even a third party (i.e. Darky) i allways get a "Pass" in Odin, but afterwards my Samsung Galaxy S I9000 goes into an endless boot loop.
    When i start it in recovery mode (3e), i see:
    E: failed to mount /sdcard (Invalid argument)
    or
    E: failed to mount /sdcard (File exists)

    "wipe cache partition" ends completed, "wipe data/factory reset" leads to
    E:format_volume: rfs format failed on /dev/block/mmcblk0p2

    I also tried a Re-Partition using a corresponding PID-File, same result.

    Can some of you guys confirm or refute (by giving me a hint what i should try next) my opinion that i bricked my internal sd-card?
    B.t.w it happened when (probably) due to sub-zero temperatures my battery spontaneously refused to work properly leading to some random boot events of the device. Since then, everything went worse... :-(
    I have this problem too. Any suggestion?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dbittar [ Login above or register to see download links. ]
    I have this problem too. Any suggestion?
    a mi me pasa igual que ustedes!!, ahora para poder prenderlo y que quede funcionando lo pongo a calentar al celular con calor, por ej: un secador de pelos o acercandolo a la llama del fuego) con esto una vez que el celular mas o menos se calienta por dentro meto la bateria y enseguida arranca lo mas bien!!!, NO SE QUE PUEDE SER PERO POR AHORA LO USO ASI..!!! HASTA QUE PUEDA REPARARLO DEFINITAVAMENTE, ah otra cosa la memoria sd externa que tengo si la quito se descontrola todo el celular y me tira muchos errores el modo recovery!! la memoria que tengo es de 4gb pero al formatearla me di cuenta que solamente hay 2 gb disponibles o mejor dicho reconoce solamente 2 gigas tanto la pc como el celular osea que los otros 2 gigas se borraron o lo que yo pienso se transformo en la memoria interna del celular aunque no se como!!!... ESPERO ALGUIEN SEPA COMO REPARAR ESTO. UN ABRAZO

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    Quote Originally Posted by jostar [ Login above or register to see download links. ]
    No matter which of the roms i choose (XXJVK, XXJVS or XXJVU) or even a third party (i.e. Darky) i allways get a "Pass" in Odin, but afterwards my Samsung Galaxy S I9000 goes into an endless boot loop.
    When i start it in recovery mode (3e), i see:
    E: failed to mount /sdcard (Invalid argument)
    or
    E: failed to mount /sdcard (File exists)

    "wipe cache partition" ends completed, "wipe data/factory reset" leads to
    E:format_volume: rfs format failed on /dev/block/mmcblk0p2

    I also tried a Re-Partition using a corresponding PID-File, same result.

    Can some of you guys confirm or refute (by giving me a hint what i should try next) my opinion that i bricked my internal sd-card?
    B.t.w it happened when (probably) due to sub-zero temperatures my battery spontaneously refused to work properly leading to some random boot events of the device. Since then, everything went worse... :-(
    Try to flash a firmware with 4 files (APBOOT, CODE, MODEM, CSC) like I9000XWJVZ_I9000OXAJVT_OXA from november 2011. Use "512.PIT" file and check RE-Partition box.
    After that do a hard reset from CWM.

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    Follow these steps:

    • Download 3 file firmware [ Login above or register to see download links. ]
    • Extract the firmware
    • Download Odin [ Login above or register to see download links. ]
    • Open Odin
    • Put your device into Download MODE (Home + Volume Down + Power)
    • Download Galaxy S PIT File [ Login above or register to see download links. ]
    • Click PIT and select s1_odin_20100512.pit
    • Click PDA and select CODE_I9000XXJVU_CL851880_REV03_user_low_ship.tar.m d5
    • Click PHONE and select MODEM_I9000XXJVU_REV_00_CL1092175.tar.md5
    • Click CSC and select GT-I9000-CSC-MULTI-OXAJVU.tar.md5
    • Then finally click START!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaryaabS [ Login above or register to see download links. ]
    Follow these steps:

    • Download 3 file firmware [ Login above or register to see download links. ]
    • Extract the firmware
    • Download Odin [ Login above or register to see download links. ]
    • Open Odin
    • Put your device into Download MODE (Home + Volume Down + Power)
    • Download Galaxy S PIT File [ Login above or register to see download links. ]
    • Click PIT and select s1_odin_20100512.pit
    • Click PDA and select CODE_I9000XXJVU_CL851880_REV03_user_low_ship.tar.m d5
    • Click PHONE and select MODEM_I9000XXJVU_REV_00_CL1092175.tar.md5
    • Click CSC and select GT-I9000-CSC-MULTI-OXAJVU.tar.md5
    • Then finally click START!

    im still same not solved any other suggestion ?

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    any progress?

    got te same problem here...
    got it to boot with my 4gb external sd card insertet but in the settings the phone tells me i only 1.84gb space. It should be 12gb (8 gb internal 4gb external)

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    thanx dear....

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    thanks man you are a life saver

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