Emulator error : No space left on device

by Uander » Tue, 20 Apr 2010 20:11:16 GMT


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 Hello ,

I faced a error while running emulator :

NAND: could not write file
/mnt/eclair/out/target/product/generic//system.img, No space left on device

thats because my rootfs was 100% filled up .

Then I free around 7GB of space .

Still  issue is same  .


Can anybody help me out .


Thanks :
Uander

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Emulator error : No space left on device

by Uander » Tue, 20 Apr 2010 20:57:44 GMT


 running emulator -wipe-data  says :

NAND: could not write file
/mnt/eclair_cts_work/out/target/product/generic//system.img, File exists

BTW how to clean emulator?

Thanks :
Uander

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Emulator error : No space left on device

by Uander » Wed, 21 Apr 2010 13:24:10 GMT


 It works now .

emulator -wipe-out  flushed my system.img .
I rebuild the source , not going smooth boot up .

Thanks u very much .


Thanks :
Uander


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