Yesterday I was updating some apps through Aurora and I got some “not enough space” messages. I have tried to remove some app and some pictures/videos. After that the disk always seems to indicate a full disk usage.
I have rebooted the FP3 just in case and since it is bootlooping as hell. Sometimes I manage to see /e.os boot page and a warning message telling me that there is not enough space on disk (I think, it’s very quick).
I don’t know if the issue is really the disk usage or the update of some app …
The OS has been installed by e.foundation when I bough the smartphone, and I don’t know what version it is.
I have found this page, but I don’t know the version I have to installed
I don’t see the FP3 as a disk on windows or Xubuntu, I just see that it is recognized as a USB device (thanks bro)
Using adb I see it when I enable it in the recovery mode.
I also found this page, but apparently not applyable to FP3 and the tutorial should come very soon (…) :
If anyone has clue, before I reset to factory … (hoping that it goes well …)
can’t unearth the thread, but I remember a user was barred from booting when having a full disk during an update (so context a bit different to you). He or she went on deleting files from TWRP / the recovery, and it worked. The twist was - the twrp version was unable to handle the file based encryption, so it happened blindly.