Same problem here. @all: it might be helpful to the support / tech guys to know which backup/restore options were chosen, if (and that’s a big if) we chose different ways of .
I did this:
- Updated to 1.6;
- applied unified storage update,
- restored from Titanium Backup (Pro). When restoring, I used the
Prefer XMLoption, and first restored all apps with data, then all
system data (because of some other problem).
- I also wiped the cache, did not help.
- I also deleted unused files from the Dalvik cache (via Titanium Backup), did not help.
Curious enough, I had to restore all my contacts etc. via the standard Backup & Restore app, because they seemed not to have been restored via Titanium Backup.
I’ve asked a friend who’s more knowledgeable in linux/Android things. Apparently, something like this also happend to Samsung GalSII users when unifying partitions; seems to be a linux partition problem. (There are probably more partitions then we see in the Settings/Storage menu.) He advised me to use the terminal, get SU rights, and check out both the output of
df(DiskFree) info should be valuable. Have not yet done so, anddoubt I can really make head or tails of the output.
Additional question: I tried downloading apps via F-Droid, to no avail. I get an error message:
java.io.FileNotFoundException:(plus the link to the APK at the F-Droid repository. Might this be connected?
(OT, the new forum soft is really working well, notified me of this
thread when I was trying to start another. Also, the edit function is well implemented. )