我正在使用verizon wireless的三星Galaxy Nexus（Toro）。
此设备是否有一个实际的SD卡，我相信它是通过："adb shell" （在系统靴子之前（即恢复模式内）的唯一方法，这种方式/ SDCard是未安装，可以在读/写模式下对其进行检查）
I would like to check my /sdcard, and possibly other internal partitions as well, for errors on the file system level.
I am wondering how this could be accomplished.
I am using a Samsung Galaxy Nexus (toro) with Verizon Wireless.
This device does NOT have an actual SD card and I believe the only way to do it is through: "adb shell" (BEFORE system boots (i.e. inside of recovery mode), this way /sdcard is NOT mounted and it's possible to perform checks on it in read/write mode)
Perhaps the easiest way to do this, would be to connect your Galaxy Nexus to your computer and use a 3rd-party tool to check the file system for errors.
Please bear in mind that using this method you will only be able to check the mountable storage, and only if your device is in USB mass storage mode.
At current, I know of no way to check the internal partitions for errors - this does not mean there isn't one, however.
Even if you only have an internal SD card, then you should still be able to mount it as USB storage - something has to act as an SD card, for the camera app to function. Something is mounted to /sdcard, and this is what is mounted when you enable USB mass storage.
Ok, last but not least - do you have a recovery installed? If so, you can use this flashable zip to do what you want. If not, then are you rooted? You MUST be rooted to be able to this, as it would involve copying a binary to your system.
Ok. This CANNOT be done while the device is turned on, in user mode, as the partitions must be unmounted to scan them. This is why that zip is that - a zip. If you cannot flash the zip, there is no other way unless you can find a way to unmount the filesystem's when they are being used.
according to: Android Media Process (high CPU) | alexus' blog:
~ # e2fsck -n /dev/block/platform/omap/omap_hsmmc.0/by-name/userdata e2fsck 1.41.11 (14-Mar-2010) /dev/block/platform/omap/omap_hsmmc.0/by-name/userdata: clean, 53630/1875968 files, 1921615/7493115 blocks ~ #