Firmware 10 (8901.3.A.0045.20200905)
I just bought an FP3 a week ago but I am not really sure if this is a specific FP issue. Maybe there is something wrong with the SD card slot. Let’s go for the details.
To hold my data from my previous phone, I have inserted a new (!) SanDisc SD card (200 GB and as an alternative 128 GB later) and formatted it for internal use. I also let the phone transfer data from the internal storage to the card. That worked so far. I started using the phone e.g. installing apps without problems.
Then I tried to copy bulk data (lots of GB e.g. photos, videos, music, etc.) back onto my new phone in different ways. All of them failed while copying masses of data (smaller amounts usually work). After that, the corresponding target folder (e. g.
DCIM) does not seem to have any files in there although there have to be some (e.g. in Windows Explorer or TotalCommander (Android)).
Also it is neither possible to create new files in there nor to delete the folder itself (“not empty”). TotalCommander (Android) reports “
su error: rmdir: /storage/emulated/0/DCIM: Directory not empty”. When trying to create a new folder within that folder, TotalCommander (Android) reports “
su error: mkdir: /storage/emulated/0/DCIM/Camera/newfolder: Structure needs cleaning”.
I tried transferring data these ways:
- approach: MyPhoneExplorer
OBEX Errorcode D0 - Internal Server Error)
- approach: Windows 10 Explorer via USB cable and MTP mode
(stops copying i.e. seems to copy forever)
- approach: SyncThing
(just seems to pause synchronising somewhere in between and never finishes)
I also tried the following:
- switched cards from new “SanDisk Ultra 200GB microSDXC” to new “SanDisk Extreme microSDXC 128GB”
- physically tested both cards with H2testw 1.4 => both are alright!
- repeated all approaches several times from scratch i.e. removed card, re-inserted and formatted it resulting in an empty card (except for standard folders such as Music, Download, DCIM,…).
I could not find anything similar on this forum. Most of the tips on the internet refer to corrupted SD cards but as they are obviously OK, I am quite frustrated while wondering what is going on here. Does anybody have a clue? I will appreciate any suggestions!