So my Rasberry Pi had some sort of failure, and I'm trying to recover some data from the SD card.
Since I didn't have an SD reader on hand I chucked the SD into my android phone and tried to use the file explorer to find the files I wanted. However, android didn't recognize the card properly, and I ended up having to find an SD reader.
The problem is that the SD card looks like nothing the original backup I did:
Instead, these are the files it now contains (as viewed from Ubuntu):
As you can see, Android has added some of its own files to it - and the Ubuntu structure appears to have disappeared. Am I still able to access the Ubuntu files?
In regards to the actual failure. I believe it was knocked hard. Neither the ethernet or USB slots work, and the Pi boots and prints the error (HMDI works):
VFS: unable to mount root fs on unknown- block(179,2).
I've also created a SD cloned image of the card using
dd, which can be grabbed from here.
Viewing the SD card in
GParted shows the following:
Which shows a damaged (but existing) second partition.