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S10+ Recovery >> E:[libfs_mgr] / tune2fs is missing error

(Topic created: 03-11-2020 10:17 PM)
izephyr
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These happened after the update of Android 10.

1. Android Recovery

samsung/beyond2ltexx/beyond2 ....

this message is displayed twice. 

 

2. An error message on the bottom showing

"E:[libfs_mgr]Unable to disable quotas on /dev/block/platform/13d60000.ufs/by-name/userdata because /system/bin.tune2fs is missing"

3. When wiping cache, error,

E:[PDP] lstat /c____/pdp_b__ : 0 - No PDP scenario

 

I don't know what are the results of these errors are. I did not face any bootloop or data corruption yet, but this is NOT normal.

 

What I have tried so far:

1. Taken to sumsung customer support and reflash firmware.

2. Re-flash official firmaware via ODIN

3. Factory Reset multiple times.

 

Screenshot attached below.

 

20200311_095115.jpg

 

 

I am not alone. There are more people for example: //us.community.samsung.com/t5/Galaxy-S10/S10-Bric...


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As the troubleshooting in the thread does not seem to help, I would recommend a service repair. For service options, please send a private message with the full model code and IMEI number of the phone. http://bit.ly/2XERsky



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izephyr
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@Robert2020 wrote:

I suggest a full factory reset to get rid of it and don't try flash android 10 on your phone. There a good chance you bricked your phone


I think you did not read my detail. I have already soft/hard reset my phone without success.


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Christino
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Flash the phone with latest firmware 

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izephyr
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Yes, I did. I did it myself and then I took it to Samsung Customer Support to reflash. None worked.


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userwFw914JBzR
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i have same problem...can u sloved now

 

 

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userm4VhPZ9ai1
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1. Wipe factory reset

2. Wipe cache partition

3. Power off

Try it several times until it goes into downloading mode and wait.

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userEw4mBKXVtd
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I got the same problem with my S10 3 days ago.

When I do that, it starts showing Samsung logo for like 4 minutes then it restarts, it does the same again and restarts and after that it takes me to a menu to try again or wipe data or power off.

Does this mean the phone is bricked now?

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SethIsStupid
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I had the same problem around the same time as you. Did you ever get it figured out?
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Samsung_nS8bZIz
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I'm having somewhat the same problem how do I fix it?

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user7epNRqfJQL
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I have same problem after latest update s10 plus.idk what to do. I've already tried factory reset. And my volume button side also get warm. Is this all because of latest update?

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