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SuperSU/factory recovery issue
Hello. I'm sorry, I recently got my first Android so I'm kind of getting used to it.
It was showing my stock device as rooted, however some apps needing it weren't working.
I was installing some apps and something brought me to SuperSU. I ran it and it instantly asked for rebooting in some CWM mode (recommended), and so I accepted.
The device restarted and when it turned back on all the apps were gone, even those stock from my manufacturer.
The device had previously 2 internal disks for 1,4gb~ each plus the sd card. As now one of the internal disks displays TOTAL SIZE: 0,00b and APPS 42,98MB. My Google Play still shows all the apps I previously had as installed.. When I try to install something else it says there's no space... Also I've tried pressing the hard reset and the android menu stock recovery option, but it will stay the same. I believe it's the system partition that can't be accessed, so I'd have totally messed it up.
Also I haven't found adb driver, my device is 20080411413fc082 VID_18D1&PID_0001
Can anyone with a little more experience help me?