ClockworkMod and .zip

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  1. mtarek93

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    I have rooted my Coby Kyros MID8042 and installed ClockworkMod.
    I am trying to install Google Apps but CMW does not detect the .zip file. It is located in the root of the SD card.
    Any suggestions?
     
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    reboot to recovery?
     
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    Can you elaborate please?
     
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    I have rebooted to Clockworkmod recovery, when I choose install from SD card, I get "No files found".
     
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    Could be your vold.fstab is different from the one used to build the recovery.

    dev_mount sdcard /mnt/sdcard auto /devices/virtual/block/nandi

    if your sdcard isn't an i then that's why the recovery can't find the sdcard.
     
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    I checked that and it is an i
     
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    No ideal unless you placed the zip on your internal sdcard and not your micro sdcard.

    remove micro sdcard, then boot into recovery and see if zip is found.
     
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    I am not using an external SD card. The zip is on the internal card.

    Does it have to do with the partitioning of the card?
     
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    you shouldn't partition internal sdcard

    do you have adb setup?
     
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    Yes I have ADB.
     
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    mount the sdcard in cwm

    adb shell

    busybox df -h

    post output

    cat /proc/partitions

    post output

    ls /sdcard/

    post output
     
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    Here are the outputs:
    $Untitled.jpg $Untitled1.jpg $Untitled2.jpg
     
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    are you sure you did adb in cwm recovery? looks like are in desktop mode.
     
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    You are right. My bad :D

    Now I have another problem, when I try to mount in CWM I get an error "E: Can't mount /sdcard/" :s
     
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    That's why you can't install anything.
     

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