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2 GB internal memory

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I found a script.So you can increase the internal memory up to 2GB.

Many, many thanks to XDA TEAM.The "thank you" goes to croniccorey.Great work.

http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1716124

I tested it: CM7,CM9,XF2 stable,XF2 nightly

When something new comes, I prefer a clean installation.

My method: rom zip--unzip

int2ext--unzip

copy 40intext script

open nightly

system-->etc-->init.d-->paste 40intext

Create nightly zip

Recovery-->full wipe

Install zip from sd card(with script)

Do not forget:mount & storage -> format sdext

Do not forget: mount & storage -> mount sdext

Reboot-->Not scare, it takes long.

Enjoy

But there are several methods.Please read XDA thread.

Pictures:

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I'm asking for feedback!We can help each other. Please test first and then criticize.

how long it takes to bootup. i have it 4 hours now stuck to the cyanogenmod bootscreen

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I am on class 4 and 2GB partition and dont have a problem (PA C3C0), may be I didn't know how fast it will be on Class 8 or 10 :D

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I am on class 4 and 2GB partition and dont have a problem (PA C3C0), may be I didn't know how fast it will be on Class 8 or 10 :D

That's a good message. Thanks

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how long it takes to bootup. i have it 4 hours now stuck to the cyanogenmod bootscreen

It takes about 5 minutes.Something has gone wrong.

Have you partitioned correctly?Have you done full wipe?

Do wipe cache and dalvik cache.Reboot.

Please write some more!

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I just installed the INT2EXT+ and it's much better then Link2SD.

My ext-sd partition is 1G and I never had so many apps at the same time :)

Thanks Creedence for pointing out this post on XDA!

On another note, I'm using C3CO Paranoid ROM and installed this script after several days using this ROM. I just followed the steps on the XDA post and BUM! 1G just for apps :)

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I have installed this on CFX2 and it is great with 1GB. I tried int2ext but found it quite laggy. int2ext+ is very smooth and the advantage over link2sd or S2E is that you don't have to worry about anything or set up anything.

I installed it by flashing, not playing with the zip files.

Now I will need to find out how to update a ROM without messing anything up. I guess I will have to then play with zip files or maybe just flash it again on top of the newly flashed ROM.

Thanks for the heads up. I really enjoy this way of doing things.

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I just installed the INT2EXT+ and it's much better then Link2SD.

My ext-sd partition is 1G and I never had so many apps at the same time :)

Thanks Creedence for pointing out this post on XDA!

On another note, I'm using C3CO Paranoid ROM and installed this script after several days using this ROM. I just followed the steps on the XDA post and BUM! 1G just for apps :)

So, it works without reinstalling. Thank you. Yippi! :lol:

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I have installed this on CFX2 and it is great with 1GB. I tried int2ext but found it quite laggy. int2ext+ is very smooth and the advantage over link2sd or S2E is that you don't have to worry about anything or set up anything.

I installed it by flashing, not playing with the zip files.

Now I will need to find out how to update a ROM without messing anything up. I guess I will have to then play with zip files or maybe just flash it again on top of the newly flashed ROM.

Thanks for the heads up. I really enjoy this way of doing things.

You can also just flash the zip in recovery. But then you have to mount the sd ext. Mount & storage - mount sdext. Thanks

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Link2sd delete absolutely!This should not be in there in rom. This script may not be combined with link2sd.

Why? You tried it?

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Why? You tried it?

I tried it. are two different scripts.

and also, if you have 1 GB of internal memory, for what you need link2sd?

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I guys :)

can anyone explaine pace by pace increase the internal memory.. i have the android cyanogenmod 4.1.2 from paranoid

i´ve tried and the internal memory stays the same...

Can you help please

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on cfx3 not working :C than go back to cfx2

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why i cant flash gapps from tilal when i done this?

ext 500mb 32mb swap 8gb class6 microsd

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when i reach the step:

Do not forget:mount & storage -> format sdext

Do not forget: mount & storage -> mount sdext

I get an error message:

Error formatting sdext and also error mounting sdext.

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So if you do this you need to fresh install, correct? No other way?

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Correct but you can install from backup.

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How?

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Sorry I haven't read the whole thread but I would like to know whether I can use this script on a 2GB microsd with a 512MB of ext4 partition for the internal data mounting?

Thanks :P

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Sorry I haven't read the whole thread but I would like to know whether I can use this script on a 2GB microsd with a 512MB of ext4 partition for the internal data mounting?

Thanks :P

A quick bump to above :P
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I am on class 4 and 2GB partition and dont have a problem (PA C3C0), may be I didn't know how fast it will be on Class 8 or 10 :D

same here.. but, with C3C0 RB rom..

16G SD class 4.. setup 2G internal, and all working fine.. will have to try put calss 10 to see if ill get some speed inprovements.. but so far so good

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Higher class SD cards have better transfer speeds but only when dealing with small number of large files. Lower class perform better on large number of smaller files. This is because access times are better on lower class SD cards. Transfer speed on higher class SD cards is at the cost of higher access times.

This means that class 6 and 4 will perform better than class 10 cards when dealing with large number of small files.

Good source of info: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=14456360

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Higher class SD cards have better transfer speeds but only when dealing with small number of large files. Lower class perform better on large number of smaller files. This is because access times are better on lower class SD cards. Transfer speed on higher class SD cards is at the cost of higher access times.

This means that class 6 and 4 will perform better than class 10 cards when dealing with large number of small files.

Good source of info: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=14456360

Very interesting read, will have to try some time...
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Folks.....i am struggling to get this done.....problem is after making ext3 partition on my 16 GB card......CWM does not format it---it gives error no sd-ext found.....please help

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It takes about 5 minutes.Something has gone wrong.

Have you partitioned correctly?Have you done full wipe?

Do wipe cache and dalvik cache.Reboot.

Please write some more!

Same problem hee....boot loop.,,,

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