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It would be fantastic if someone finds the way to fix the problem.

Thanks everybody for the contributions.

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Good News!!!.

After hours of research, I found the simple solution to fix the 'internal storage' error.

The factory reset did delete /system/bin/busybox which doesn't mount the /data and /cache partition after reboot. Simply copy the /system/xbin/busybox over /system/bin/busybox using rootexplorer which solves the issue.

 

God. I saved lot of people's time... 🙂

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vaidyasr said

I also had a similar issue. Can't install any apps from market. Manual installed apps via APK gets deleted upon reboot. Can someone please help by posting their files under /system/app directory?. I have un-installed the applib...

Not sure what apks your having trouble with but if its Google play, then download the zip posted in An 7 G3 Google play setup by lohtse, post number 4. I installed the ones that would install and then copied all files in the zip to /system/app/ folder and then rebooted. All worked great and when I did a factory restore/reset the apks were still installed and in my apks menu. Before you do this, I think that I would go into tablet setting menu and in Privacy do a Factory Restore /reset and start fresh.

Already tried the reset and no difference. I think I found the issue. Can someone please send the content of /proc/mounts file?. This can be done by using root explorer.

 

Here is the file you requsted from proc/mounts, from my dropbox.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/n9w1e6z03qip43n/mounts

Current devices.....Nabi 2, Nexus 7 32G, Galaxy Tab 10.1, Galaxy Tab 7+, Galaxy S2 Skyrocket AT&T 4G, Galaxy 8.9 AT&T 4G

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vaidyasr said
Good News!!!.

After hours of research, I found the simple solution to fix the 'internal storage' error.

The factory reset did delete /system/bin/busybox which doesn't mount the /data and /cache partition after reboot. Simply copy the /system/xbin/busybox over /system/bin/busybox using rootexplorer which solves the issue.

 

God. I saved lot of people's time... 🙂

Yes, they are 🙂

 

It works, that's fantastic.


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vaidyasr said
Good News!!!.

After hours of research, I found the simple solution to fix the 'internal storage' error.

The factory reset did delete /system/bin/busybox which doesn't mount the /data and /cache partition after reboot. Simply copy the /system/xbin/busybox over /system/bin/busybox using rootexplorer which solves the issue.

 

God. I saved lot of people's time... :)

 

How did you do a factory reset on the 7g3 as my daughters is stuck on the ARNOVA boot screen, it won't go any further so I'm guessing a factory reset is my only option.

 

It had the stock rom as no changes were made to it when purchased.

 

Thanks.

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Τhank you very much.

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vaidyasr said
Good News!!!.

After hours of research, I found the simple solution to fix the 'internal storage' error.

The factory reset did delete /system/bin/busybox which doesn't mount the /data and /cache partition after reboot. Simply copy the /system/xbin/busybox over /system/bin/busybox using rootexplorer which solves the issue.

 

God. I saved lot of people's time... :)

i cant able to copy that file its not mooving i tried everything how u moved

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