Take Out your USB from your phone and reattach, you may see a pop up in the phone for read-only and write. You may also find that in your notifications. Enabling this to write will give the permission to write on the device.
unable to write on my computer not in my phone
You cannot write the files on phone from your computer unless you have the write option enabled on your phone. You cannot cut, copy, paste anything from your PC to your Phone.
i was able to send my video to computer with the help of usb data cable but now it's not working i cannot even copy or move my video to another folder in my computer it says read only i try to change read and write permission settings from properties but still not working
You need to change it for your phone.
please try to understand
Can you explain breifly from where are you trying to copy the files? Like From PC to Phone or something else.
I'm trying to move videos to another folder but I'm not able to move because of read only setting i don't know how to fix that you can see these pictures and try to understand my problem
as you can see i can't even create new folder in my computer
Can yo go to settings , user and groups , advanced settings, user privileges and see if you are allowed to move files?
Also, go to your file manager < file system < home, then Right Click on your username, then select properties, then go to permission and change permission to read and write.
The filesystem will usually go into read-only while the system is running if there is a filesystem consistency issue. This is specified in
errors=remount-ro and will occur when a FS access fails or an emergency read-only remount is requested via Alt+SysRq+U. You can run:
sudo fsck -Af -M
to force a check of all filesystems. As one of the other answers states, looking at
dmesg is also very helpful.
Edit: Don't forget the
-M on the command-line.
fsck gets stuck after its version banner:
$ sudo fsck -Af -M fsck from util-linux 2.20.1
you may want to try using the EXT4-specific fsck
$ sudo fsck.ext4 -f /dev/sda1
Provided the partition in question
/dev/sda1 was an ext4 filesystem.
mount -o remount /
When you have this error, it means that your system has by default, a line in /etc/fstab which indicates that if there is an error in the file system, that it should go into read-only mode, to prevent further corruption or dataloss.
You could use
lsblk to determine the partition name.
Use the command
sudo fsck -f /dev/sdxx
Also, Take a Look at this if problem persists.
You Previously Created a post for booting Error, It might be Because of file corruption. You might want to reinstall the System if there is no important data present.
Use This Guide,
I'm using core 2 duo with 2gb ram current I'm using zorin os core 64bit
should i install zorin os lite version or not?
Please Go for Lite (Xfce) version, This might be the Mistake of the Developers, Mentioning the Lite version for Old Computers.
i recently switched windows 7 to zorin os
the reason was a ransomeware virus i don't really use pc I'm using because i just want to Store my video and movies like a storage that's it
Lite Version will be great then, Please Go through the Guide for important notes before performing installation.