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Resizing /system partition, Acer mt

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moeaeon    0

is there any way to resize /system partition, to increase amount of memory in Acer mt?

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PhilNelwyn    7
I think that we should insist for a new forum dedicated to Liquid Metal.

Well, in my opinion, it should have been done a while ago, because there are more than 10 device specific forums with less discussion than about the Liquid MT here, but admins don't look to be in the mood for this...

Let's hope that it's rather because they've been too busy lately (I sent emails to them, and never even got a single reply of any kind).

[sorry for Off Topic]

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Nesli    3

It is old topic, but it there any news? Is would be usefull if we coul´d handle with partitions, cause more space for app should be nice :)

look at this thread - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=806321

They resized partitions of internal memory : DATA, CACHE and SYSTEM : result?? They get 370mb for applications

Desire has 512mb ROM, Metal also..So, is there any possibility to modify our Metal?

ROMs have around 130-140mb free for apps, and it is terrible (A1 with GB has 200mb !! :) )

Any ideas?

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astuermer    1
It is old topic, but it there any news? Is would be usefull if we coul´d handle with partitions, cause more space for app should be nice :)

look at this thread - http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=806321

They resized partitions of internal memory : DATA, CACHE and SYSTEM : result?? They get 370mb for applications

Desire has 512mb ROM, Metal also..So, is there any possibility to modify our Metal?

ROMs have around 130-140mb free for apps, and it is terrible (A1 with GB has 200mb !! :) )

Any ideas?

Wow, that would be gat on the Liquid MT which only has 140 MB free for apps :(

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