twrp: How can I format internal storage on Android?

I would like help to format my phone's internal storage.
I managed to unlock it and flash TWRP recovery, but I can see that the internal storage capacity is only 33MB, which is clearly wrong. Before I started doing all this, I had GB of capacity, not MB. Clearly, I need to fix this. I tried to use Windows disk manager
but the manager is not detecting the phone or the storage.

Can I have some orientation here? It is Meizu 5 pro. Any useful input greatly appreciated.

cat /proc/partitions give me

major   minor  #blocks  name
   8       0   61071360  sda
   8       1   1024      sda1
   8       2   256       sda2
   8       3   256       sda3
 259       0   4096      sda21
 259       1   8192      sda22
 259       2   2048      sda23
 259       3   4096      sda24
 259       4   4096      sda25
 259       5   24576     sda26
 259       6   32768     sda27
 259       7   32768     sda28
 259       8   20480     sda29
 259       9   20480     sda30
 259      10   20480     sda31
 259      11   20480     sda32
 259      12   20480     sda33
 259      13   2621440   sda41
 259      14   524288    sda42
 259      15   57663468  sda43
 259      16   38912     sda44
   8      16   4096      sdb
   8      32   4096      sdc
 179      0    30253056  mmcblk0
 179      1    30252032  mmcblk0p1

ls -ld /dev/block/bootdevice/by-name/* it gives me "There is no such file or directory"

mg. metric geometry: when is the internal coverage number of a metric space monotonic?

Given a radius $ r> 0 $, the internal coverage number of a subset $ T $ of a metric space $ (X, d) $ is denoted $ N_r (T) $ and is defined as the smallest number of radius balls $ r $ (under $ d $) with centers in $ T $ such that $ T $ It is contained in the union of the balls.

Given another subset of $ X $, $ U $which is a superset of $ T $, it is not necessarily true that $ N_r (T) leq N_r (U) $.

My question:

  1. Are there well-known examples of sets for which $ T subseteq U $ but $ N_r (T)> N_r (U) $?
  2. Are there necessary / sufficient conditions in $ X $ or $ d $ such that the internal coverage number is monotonous, that is $ T subseteq U implies N_r (T) leq N_r (U) $?

If relevant, my request is for cases where $ X $ is generated by $ T $ under some (infinite) set of transformations (for example, a Lie group).

SEO image: Do more internal links improve the ranking?

1. Let's say I use the same image (with the same path in my web space) in multiple articles (instead of just one). Does this improve image classification?


The file horses.png used in articles /animals, /pets, /horses.

2. If I want to use the same image in multiple articles, is it better to save the image file with different file names?


The file animals-horses.png is used in the article /animals.
The file pets-horses.png is used in the article /pets.
The file horses.png is used in the article /horses.

Why i ask

I think there is a compromise: the first example would classify horses.png higher than in the second example. But in the second example, you get rankings on more keywords. I'm right?

seo: Google crawler indexed homepage, but not the internal links it contains

Google Search Console tells me that my home page is indexed correctly, but that's the only one. The home page has around 25 internal links, they all work correctly, and none of them show up in the "coverage" tab.

The crawled page HTML (indexed HTML) shows all links correctly.

Why haven't you indexed the internal links, if the home page seems to have been successfully processed and indexed by the crawler?

I use javascript to retrieve content via ajax for each link, but that shouldn't be a problem since the google robot can run js for some time. (Right?)

The URL is, if that helps.

I know I could use sitemaps, but I'd like to go "clean" and let the crawler do its thing.

Thanks in advance.

site column: creating a "Subject" field with a different internal name

I am trying to create a site column named "Subject" or write managed metadata, first I created the column with the name: "vrdSubject", then I try to rename the column to "Subject", but still get the error:

"The column name you entered is already in use or reserved."

I changed the name of the other subject field coming out of the box to Subject1, and then tried to add my column, but it didn't work. Do I have to delete the Subject field ready to use? Can't we have two columns with different internal names but the same nanme screen?

Networks: Why do I sometimes get a trace route that performs four internal LAN hops before reaching the WAN? And this is a problem that I should solve?

Why could I get 10 … and 192.168 .. internal IPs every time I perform a concert?

If I do a concert I will get something like:

  1    20 ms    10 ms    11 ms
  2    11 ms    11 ms    10 ms
  3     9 ms     9 ms    18 ms
  4    10 ms    11 ms    10 ms
  5     *        *        *     Request timed out.
  6    21 ms    23 ms    22 ms []
  7    22 ms    22 ms    21 ms
  8    23 ms    26 ms    22 ms
  9    22 ms    21 ms    22 ms
 10    20 ms    21 ms    19 ms []


  1     2 ms     1 ms     1 ms
  2    11 ms    10 ms    10 ms
  3     9 ms     9 ms    22 ms
  4    10 ms    14 ms    12 ms
  5     *        *        *     Request timed out.
  6    22 ms    31 ms    26 ms
  7    25 ms    29 ms    26 ms
  8    25 ms    25 ms    24 ms []

The first concert is rare. Most of the time goes first instead of an address 10 … * first.

Is it possible that my ISP is creating a double NAT? If so, is there any workaround other than using a VPN?

8 – Is a block rendering array built with EntityViewBuilderInterface :: view supposed to represent the entire block template or just the internal fields?

After rendering custom blocks in templates, I got this js error: Quick Edit failed to associate markup of rendered entity field. What I have done so far:

To repeatedly represent custom blocks in templates, I wrote this function in mytheme.theme :

function render_block_in_template($block_id) {
  // $block = Drupal::entityTypeManager()->getStorage('block_content')->load($block_id);
  $block = Drupalblock_contentEntityBlockContent::load($block_id);

  if(!empty($block)) {
    $block_content = Drupal::entityTypeManager()

    if($block_content) {
      // kint($block_content);
      return $block_content;

And called him mytheme_preprocess_node :

function mytheme_preprocess_node(&$variables) {
  $node = $variables('node');

  if($node->bundle() == 'some_bundle') {
    $variables('some_block') = render_block_in_template(12);
    $variables('some_other_block') = render_block_in_template(13);
    // ...

Then I render the blocks in node--some-bundle.html.twig :

{{ some_block }}
{{ some_other_block }}

So far so good. But I got this js error from quickedit.js:

Error: Quick edit failed to associate rendered entity field marking
(with (data-quickedit-field-id="block_content/12/body/fr/full")) with
corresponding processed entity markup: parent DOM node not found
with (data-quickedit-entity-id="block_content/12"). This is typically
caused by the theme template for this type of entity forgetting
print the attributes.

What brought me to this problem: Custom Block Interrupt Design Builder Module: Quick Edit was unable to associate rendering entity field markup, but applying the patch didn't change anything, and further reading allows me to think that this is not exactly related.

If I {{ kint(some_block) }} In twig, the #attributes key with the expected values ​​is here:

enter the image description here

and this is the HTML output:


Lastly, wrapping it manually with the following eliminates the error:

So it seems that the above part of the envelope The block template is not rendered, only the fields are and cause the error.

Is there really a mistake or am I doing things wrong?

Can a Google Cloud internal load balancer be called from another network in the same region?

The Google Cloud Internal Load Balancer documentation lists the limitations you need to access from within the same region. I can't seem to find if you can access from a different network within the same region.

For example, suppose the internal load balancer is on a & # 39; ilb-network & # 39; at europe-west1 (10.11.x.x). Can a VM in the & # 39; client network & # 39; (10.9.x.x) access this load balancer (by its IP 10.11.x.x)?

External SD: Windows can access the phone's internal storage via USB, but it is not a Micro SD card

My Samsung Galaxy A8 + (A730F) had a faulty USB connector due to water damage and for a long time it did not connect via USB. However, everything else worked fine.

Recently, a technician replaced this part and it seems to be working fine, but I noticed that on Windows my 128GB micro SD card shows up next to my Internal Storage as empty and 128MB in size.

I can interact normally with the internal storage and when I put the micro SD card in a card adapter and connect it to my PC, everything works fine.

I am using an original USB cable, my micro SD card is legitimate (confirmed on the SanDisk website) and there are no other issues. Also, I have root access.

I tried clearing the cache / data in Media Storage and External Storage, but had no luck.

I know that if nothing helps, I will have to contact the technician, but first I would like to rule out other possibilities.

Any advice?

Thank you!

Help!! I can't access my phone memory suddenly after using SD card as internal memory

A few weeks ago I integrated my SD card to use it as phone memory. Everything was fine until a couple of days ago.

Suddenly I saw the "insert SD card" prompt in the notification bar. I open the back cover but the SD card seemed to be in place. I delete it, insert it and the warning disappears. But then I notice that when I go to the file explorer (FX) to access my files it says "Access Denied". I cannot access anything that is in the memory of my phone, although the applications work. I guess the system files are fine, but everything else is not.

My phone is rooted, so I tried to access the files through TWRP but I can only see the system folders.

The phone is a Moto C plus. Nougat.