If you want to force fsck filesystem check on next boot, you can do this with creating an empty file with the name of “forcefsck” on root directory:
If you want to disable fsck running on the next boot, you can do this with creating an empty file with the name of “fastboot” on root directory:
Both files will be removed on next boot.
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