Originally Posted by eehmke
Why did you partition the card at all? AFAIK Android expects FAT32. EXT4 may be supported if the phone is rooted.
Can't you read the data on your Linux, repartition and write them back? The only reason for a ext3/4 would be if you have files > 4 GB, which are not supported by FAT32
Thank you for the response.
LG Optimus T (Rooted)
was to have one partition where apps would be installed by default, then the other for just regular use.
During the initial partitioning of the sd card the logical was still visible from GParted.
After trying the card, acknowledging the FAIL; I put the phone back into Recover/USB Mass Storage and Opened the Card in GPARTED. GParted no longer sees the Logical Drive; only the 11.84 GB Partition that was FAT. The Logical ext3 partition is missing. Not even sure where to start with this. I'm too stubborn to give up and the card still functions in Linux as Storage Space. I can move and remove files from the Fat partition. Just can't see the ext3 partition...at all.
EDIT: Little did I know, Cyanogenmod 7 offers that ability WITHOUT partitioning. My interest is to recover the lost, logical partition. (Actual Card Size: 16 GB / Space Available after Partition: 11.84 GB.