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#2311
Was there not a recovery mode within the fastboot menu when u flashed it? ,can you still Telnet into device for recovery ?

just thought of it , i maybe need to reflash my x , its not 100 %
 

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#2312
Thanks for the reply, I wasn't flashing the software. I had installed the update successfully. It was after I tried to edit the text and install multisim that the phone wouldn't boot up.It hangs with the led showing orange and flashing on and off. I have clearly entered incorrect text somewhere, in addition I got a message saying the 2.1.4.13 jolla multisim couldn't be found. It will not let me get past the password authentication, I know the password is correct because I used it to edit the text initially. I reiterate if anyone can tell me how to do a full factory reset , it's not a problem because I backed everything up first.. Any ideas please.
As an aside my single sim after updating to 2.1.4.13 is showing the previous update as available! !

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#2313
Sailors my xperia x is suffering out of memory, I need to defragment it, what steps to follow?
I do not undestand why jolla use BRTFS. many issues on it.
Thanks.
 

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Originally Posted by karlos devel View Post
Sailors my xperia x is suffering out of memory, I need to defragment it, what steps to follow?
I do not undestand why jolla use BRTFS. many issues on it.
Thanks.
There is no BTRFS on Xperia X.
 

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Originally Posted by atlochowski View Post
There is no BTRFS on Xperia X.
OK what file sistem are using? I do not checked. Also I reformated my sony-sdcard-64gb to BTRFS to using on 2.1.4 but not work.

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Originally Posted by karlos devel View Post
OK what file sistem are using? I do not checked. Also I reformated my sony-sdcard-64gb to BTRFS to using on 2.1.4 but not work.
Starting with Jolla C/Intex Aquafish Sailfish OS switched to the (IMHO much more robust) combination of EXT4 on LVM.

As for the issues with BTRFS, the main issues were likely caused by the unfortunate combination of a rather small volume size (16 GB) and very old kernel with a very old version of BTRFS. There were also issues with updating the factory reset state, which turned to be more or less impossible with BTRFS covering all useable space.

Given that there have been basically zero storage integrity related issues since the switch to EXT4 @ LVM I'd say the change has been very successful.
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Yeap you right @MartinK to old the kernel at the same time BTRFS. So why jolla enabling BTRFS suport? when this File-Sistem only is good on top version.
 

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#2318
Personally, I'm glad Jolla switched to EXT4/LVM. BTRFS is great for snapshotting and subvolumes, but EXT4 is still faster in most use cases... and the gap is only widening as kernels are updated.
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Originally Posted by karlos devel View Post
Sailors my xperia x is suffering out of memory, I need to defragment it, what steps to follow?
I do not undestand why jolla use BRTFS. many issues on it.
Thanks.
enable swap memory
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#2320
Memory swapping isn't necessarily a good idea with solid state memory (limited number of read/write operations then memory dies)
 

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