Stevvie

No apps2d partiotion found with clockwork 2.5.1.8

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I've just got myself a samsung 8gb class6 card and used clockwork 2.5.1.8 to partion it and selected 512 as the ext size. I then went to format menu and format sd-ext and was told 'No app2sd partition found. skipping format of /sd-ext'

Is this normal ?

how can I see if/what apps are installing to the ext2 partition.

Thanks

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I created an ext2 & a swap partition on my sd card for jap jelly 7. The first time I boot it tells me the sd card is blank, then after a reboot my ext2 partition is converted to linux-swap & is used as swap. So I removed the ext2 partition & just had fat & swap, now it doesn't recognise my swap partition unless i use swapon.

So there seems to be some strange behaviour with app2sd.

Is the order of partitions relevant? I had fat, then ext2, then swap. The ext2 partition was converted to swap by the phone & the partition created as swap wasn't used.

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I've just got myself a samsung 8gb class6 card and used clockwork 2.5.1.8 to partion it and selected 512 as the ext size. I then went to format menu and format sd-ext and was told 'No app2sd partition found. skipping format of /sd-ext'

Is this normal ?

how can I see if/what apps are installing to the ext2 partition.

Thanks

What ROM are you using?

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What ROM are you using?

your rom R6 with the added fixes, Which is great and the best rom I've used.

If I load quick system info and look at the A2SD storage section it ALWAYS reads Total: 473MB, Free: 431MB, I tried this from a fresh rom install then installed a load of programs and the readings are the same. So quick system info is seeing the a2sd partition but nothing seems to be put there.

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