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ive rooted n have titanium how to free up memory

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how to what do i need to unistall or move to sd to free up some internal n rom memory

i only have 230mb in rom with 32 mb free

and 170mb internals with only 71.3 free

any hints tips or help would be appricated im very new to andorid

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how to what do i need to unistall or move to sd to free up some internal n rom memory

i only have 230mb in rom with 32 mb free

and 170mb internals with only 71.3 free

any hints tips or help would be appricated im very new to andorid

Go through the 2.2 update thread and you will finger KKs partition files for bigger app space and I've been using that and Link2SD from the market and I have 193MB installed on the device and 1.36gb on my ext2 partion of my SD card.

So you'll need to follow the leaked 2.2 update guide but replace the files from Km and partition your SD card with a ext2 and a fat partition clockwork recovery can do this then install link2SD from the market

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Go through the 2.2 update thread and you will finger KKs partition files for bigger app space and I've been using that and Link2SD from the market and I have 193MB installed on the device and 1.36gb on my ext2 partion of my SD card.

So you'll need to follow the leaked 2.2 update guide but replace the files from Km and partition your SD card with a ext2 and a fat partition clockwork recovery can do this then install link2SD from the market

Could you tell the details , and share it how to app 2 SD, thanks

and what is your rom using now?

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