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mladenovic73    14

I need to erase partitions on my sd becouse i have only 2gb card and i dont use swap.So if someone nows how please help.

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Racerboy    354

I need to erase partitions on my sd becouse i have only 2gb card and i dont use swap.So if someone nows how please help.

if your using windows, you can use paragon partition manager to create/delete/format partitions on your sdcard

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mladenovic73    14

if your using windows, you can use paragon partition manager to create/delete/format partitions on your sdcard

Thanx i will try that

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mladenovic73    14

Gparted is a small bootable linux with great tools for handling partitions. I use it for my HD2 with external card reader. It also supports linux file systems.

http://gparted.sourc....net/livecd.php

OK i finish the job.Thanx for help.I used easeus partition master

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TigTex    28

Do you have windows vista or higher? Why don't you just write "diskpart" on the start menu and use it to delete the partitions?

- diskpart

-> list disk

-> select disk 1 (if 1 is your sdcard)

-> clean

-> create partition primary

-> format fs=fat32 quick

-> exit

Done. And it's free, easy and creates sector alligned partitions (better performance) <- really important on flash devices (cards, ssd's...)

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mladenovic73    14

Do you have windows vista or higher? Why don't you just write "diskpart" on the start menu and use it to delete the partitions?

- diskpart

-> list disk

-> select disk 1 (if 1 is your sdcard)

-> clean

-> create partition primary

-> format fs=fat32 quick

-> exit

Done. And it's free, easy and creates sector alligned partitions (better performance) <- really important on flash devices (cards, ssd's...)

Thanx i didnt now that.Iam using win7.I will try thatsmile.gif

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Do you have windows vista or higher? Why don't you just write "diskpart" on the start menu and use it to delete the partitions?

- diskpart

-> list disk

-> select disk 1 (if 1 is your sdcard)

-> clean

-> create partition primary

-> format fs=fat32 quick

-> exit

Done. And it's free, easy and creates sector alligned partitions (better performance) <- really important on flash devices (cards, ssd's...)

AWESOME :D thnx !

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Hsbcasrt    0

To be honest , simply delete data are not deleted from phone completely , the some recovery tools can easily to get back the deleted data from phone ,if you are looking for an effective solution for this problem, why not use a erase tool? which is designed for deeply erase your phone data ,like important data or files, personal information,bank account,contacts ,sms,,,,,from phone ,in order to avoid the deleted data are exposed,once erase android data ,no one can restore any data with any recovery tools,

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