i have A95X (S905X16G/6G) which was running coreelec for last 6 month and updates
2 days back noticed popup showing new version downloaded and i switched off the device as usual
and yesterday i switched it on i have it stuck on the coreelec logo with below text error
"*** Error in prepare_sysroot: mount_common: could not mount /dev/SYSTEM *** "
" ### Starting debugging shell for boot step: prepare_sysroot . . . type exit to quit ### "
end if i type exit it show the same error again , and if enter twice it will show a long Debugging info
about CPU cores
any hint to recover from here without re-install and re scan my entire library and lose the watch status?
thanks in advance
Could be the partition is dirty?
i already have it installed on SD card i never overwrite the Android i keep both
as i need to use android sometimes.
could you let me know if this is recoverable , BTW i have CE installed on new sandisk 16GB C10 U1
and never have issue with that but maybe SD get corrupted,
and maybe the downloaded firmware file maybe corrupted
during download , but assuming there is hash checksum happening during update could prevent this
Sorry that I wasn’t clear to state the partition I meant is on an external storage, i.e. SD card.
If the partition on your SD card is dirty, you may need to take it to your computer to clean it. I have my CE on a microSD card and usually do this on a Linux desktop computer. Since CE is composed of two partitions, i.e. DOS (for the DATA) and EXT4 (for rootfs), I use both
dosfsck -aw /dev/<DOS partition> and
fsck -fy /dev/<Linux partition> to clean them, respectively.
If it does not work, perhaps you may need to manually upgrade your CE.
Or try a different SD card