"No space left on device"

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  1. natediddy1120

    natediddy1120 Silver Member

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    Every time I try to adb push a file, or cp a file somewhere in my /system directory, I get this error: "No space left on device" :(

    I am to the point of frustration that no one should ever be at.

    As some may know, I have been attempting the whole developing scene...I'm getting better and learning more and more, so...

    Are there files that can be removed from /system? Like "junk" files that can be safely deleted?

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated....
     
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    i had same prob, get titanium backup(donate ver does it all in one click) backup apps not data, do ao wipe , and reload apps and u should be good, a cache cleaner would help
     
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    Yeah but you are referring to the /data partition, I am talking about the /system partition. I can't push or cp anything to /system because it's saying that there is no space left?

    I don't get it :(
     
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    Nah, I can't do that. If that was done, then the user could never wipe data/perform a factory reset, and would wipe out the framework of the phone. That would cause the phone to not even boot...
     
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    Nate....

    How are you pushing/pulling apps from the /sys?

    I recently learned, if you are not doing this from SPRecovery...then that is the root of your issues. When you push/pull apps, framework-res, and other system resources/files while your phone is using the o/s...you will end up with memory problems.

    I assume you can fix this with a full OEM factory reset (unroot/remove, SPRecovery, OEM factory reset). Then you will have to go through Verizon programming the phone...but I imagine that will fix your issue.

    If you are not prepared to act until you are sure....send one of the Devs a PM over on AllDroid....let them know you ran into this....and ask if they knows how to fix.
     
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    There's not a lot of extra space on /system to begin with. You can delete files in the media folder. Learn to use the df (disk free) and du (disk usage) commands to see what space you have and where it's at. Some stuff can be moved to /data and symlinked to /system. Keep everything off system that you can.
     
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