MoDaCo is undergoing planned maintenance. Site functionality may be reduced - follow @modaco or @paulobrien on Twitter for updates.

  • Announcements

    • Reminder - MoDaCo position on illegal content

      ILLEGAL CONTENT I'd like to just reaffirm MoDaCo's position regarding piracy and illegal content in the light of some recent questions / postings. Posts will be censored by myself or my moderation team if the contain or link to: Illegal / pirated / cracked software or sites that host such software
      Nintendo emulators / ROMs or sites hosting them (in light of Nintendo's legal stance)


      CUSTOM ROMS

      You may discuss and post links to custom device ROMs on MoDaCo, provided the following rules are adhered to: ROMs must not be hosted directly in topic via the MoDaCo attachment system
      ROMs must not contain any illegal 3rd party software (this includes trial versions included without permission)
      ROMs must give full credit to the original author
      This decision has been taken in light of the huge amount of interest in this area of device customisation within the community, and member feedback! Please note that custom ROM discussion should be kept in specific device sub-areas, (e.g. Kaiser.MoDaCo.com for Kaiser based devices). ISSUES If you have any issues with this policy, please contact me directly via PM. P
    • Support MoDaCo by signing up to a MoDaCo Silver or Gold membership

      To sign up to an annual MoDaCo Silver subscription which will eliminate all ads from the site (as well as giving you access to the MoDaCo Online Kitchens for Android) for only £9.99 using PayPal, Credit or Debit Card, ensure you are logged in to the site, and then click the link below, which will take you directly to the subscription store! You can also sign up to an annual MoDaCo Gold subscription for £29.99, which adds the benefits listed below! PURCHASE A MODACO SUBSCRIPTION - FREE Titanium Backup Mobile for Android worth $5.99! - FREE 1 year PrivateInternetAccess.com worth $39.95! - FREE 1 year LastPass Premium worth $12! - FREE CalcConvert for Pocket PC from Binaryfish worth $17.95! - FREE Calendar Bar for Pocket PC from OmegaOne worth $9.99! - FREE CamerAware for Pocket PC and Smartphone from MoDaCo worth £19.99 / $30! - FREE Chronos for Pocket PC from ActiveKitten worth $14.95! - FREE CodeWallet Pro for Smartphone and Pocket PC from DeveloperOne worth up to $24.95! - FREE Concentrix for Pocket PC from eSoft Interactive worth $9.95! - FREE FlexMail for Pocket PC and Smartphone from WebIS worth up to $59.90! - FREE FTouchSL for Pocket PC from Vekoff s.r.o. worth 10 euro / $12.50! - FREE Jewel Challenge for Pocket PC from eSoft Interactive worth $9.95! - FREE John Cody's Alerts Pro for Smartphone from Omnisoft worth $14.95! - FREE LingvoSoft Talking Dictionary 2008 English <-> Dutch for Pocket PC from Lingvosoft worth $49.95! - FREE LingvoSoft Talking Dictionary 2008 English <-> French for Pocket PC from Lingvosoft worth $49.95! - FREE LingvoSoft Talking Dictionary 2008 English <-> German for Pocket PC from Lingvosoft worth $49.95! - FREE LingvoSoft Talking Dictionary 2008 English <-> Italian for Pocket PC from Lingvosoft worth $49.95! - FREE LingvoSoft Talking Dictionary 2008 English <-> Spanish for Pocket PC from Lingvosoft worth $49.95! - FREE LingvoSoft Dictionary English <-> Dutch for Smartphone from Lingvosoft worth $49.95! - FREE LingvoSoft Dictionary English <-> French for Smartphone from Lingvosoft worth $49.95! - FREE LingvoSoft Dictionary English <-> German for Smartphone from Lingvosoft worth $49.95! - FREE LingvoSoft Dictionary English <-> Russian for Smartphone from Lingvosoft worth $49.95! - FREE LingvoSoft Dictionary English <-> Turkish for Smartphone from Lingvosoft worth $49.95! - FREE Note2Self for Pocket PC and Smartphone from WebIS worth up to $19.90! - FREE Opera 8.60 for Pocket PC and Smartphone from Opera Software worth up to $48! - FREE Pocket Informant for Pocket PC and Smartphone from WebIS worth up to $59.90! - FREE Pocket Launcher for Pocket PC and Smartphone from Conduits worth $9.95! - FREE PTab for Pocket PC and Smartphone from z4soft worth up to $60! - FREE Resco Explorer for Pocket PC and Smartphone from Resco worth up to $49.90! - FREE Safemode for Pocket PC from monocube worth $12.95 - FREE SplashPhoto for Pocket PC and Smartphone from SplashData worth up to $59.90! - FREE Sprite Backup for Pocket PC and Smartphone from Sprite Software worth $29.95! - FREE Teksoft Glyphs UI for Pocket PC and Smartphone from Teksoft €9.95! - FREE Teksoft HeadsetRemote for Pocket PC and Smartphone from Teksoft €4.95! - FREE Traffic Jam for Pocket PC from eSoft Interactive worth $9.95! - FREE unlock (1 per year) from imei-check.co.uk - DISCOUNT of 10% at MoDaCo FairDeal - DISCOUNT of 10% at Semsons.com - FORUM - AD FREE SITE - FORUM - custom rank / title - FORUM - double competition entries - FORUM - double post attachment space - FORUM - no search flood control - FORUM - priority event registration - FORUM - triple PM space
    • Reminder: Selling items on the forum directly is not allowed

      Please note that selling items on the forum directly is not allowed by the forum rules. There is a forum for eBay auctions whereby you can list the items on eBay and link to them there. This is the ONLY forum for this type of activity. You may also advertise links to the eBay forum in your signature. Please note that selling directly in contravention of these rules will result in a warning / suspensions / ban.
Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0

Internal memory woes

19 posts in this topic

Posted · Report post

Just recieved my new Zte (untouched brand new in sealed box.

Everything seemed fine and hunky dorey till I checked the internal memory and found it only displayed 200Mb.

naturally I was more than a little surprised as the handsets stated as having 512Mb.

Now I know a great deal is eaten by the OS and random amounts of Orange BloatShite they seem to enjoy adding to all their phones but that didn't concern me as I was unlocking,rooting and rom'ing it anyway so figured a hefty amount would show up afterwards.

went about the business of accomplishing all the above without a hiccup, partially thanx to this sites excellent information and various guides and was pleased with the results of my efforts (CM9 runs remarkably smoothly, almost as seamless as it did on my tablet)

Happily I went back to check if the internal memory issue had resolved with the new rom but........ no........ still stuck at 200Mb?!?!

Now the chances of me using up even that 200Mbs is unlikely as any resource heavy app is usually referred to my tablet instead of clogging up my phone so the problem isn't exactly a deal breaker as such.

Its just......well...... I payed for 512Mb of internal memory...... surely I ain't out of order expecting it.

Anyone had this issue or have any ideas how to help a noob out?

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted · Report post

Partition your SD Card- go to clockworkmod advanced menu then partition SD and use a suitable allocation, I use 1gb, then flash the A2SD scripts (First post on CM9 thread) then download A2SDGUI from the PlayStore. Open the A2SDGUI application then click 'do not show again' on the little message pop up then go to Dalvik Cache tab then click 'Dalvik Cache on SD-EXT' and then click 'Move & Rebuild'- Your device will reboot and memory issues will forever disappear.

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted · Report post

oooook, maybe I should have "bold" fonted the "Noob" bit.

In all honesty I'm not exactly savvy in regards with all things that go "beep" and as such I got to the "flash the A2SD scripts" bit and started to feel a definite pain beginning to develop at the rear of my skull were my techphobic grey matter was starting to liquefy.

I may be asking a bit to much but any chance you could dumb that all down for me?

(I jest you not when I say I cant even track down the CM9 thread you mentioned earlier :blush:)

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted (edited) · Report post

Partition your SD Card- go to clockworkmod advanced menu then partition SD and use a suitable allocation, I use 1gb, then flash the A2SD scripts (First post on CM9 thread) then download A2SDGUI from the PlayStore. Open the A2SDGUI application then click 'do not show again' on the little message pop up then go to Dalvik Cache tab then click 'Dalvik Cache on SD-EXT' and then click 'Move & Rebuild'- Your device will reboot and memory issues will forever disappear.

Just a point to be careful about...

partitioning your SD card in CWM wipes/formats the SD card.....

so all data on the card will be lost!! including apps moved with Android native app2sd....

you will need to backup SD card first, and restore after partitioning....

Also, use a2sdgui to move all apps to SD, and zip align on boot.

Edited by irishpancake
0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted · Report post

oooook, maybe I should have "bold" fonted the "Noob" bit.

In all honesty I'm not exactly savvy in regards with all things that go "beep" and as such I got to the "flash the A2SD scripts" bit and started to feel a definite pain beginning to develop at the rear of my skull were my techphobic grey matter was starting to liquefy.

I may be asking a bit to much but any chance you could dumb that all down for me?

(I jest you not when I say I cant even track down the CM9 thread you mentioned earlier :blush:)

Just a point to be careful about...

partitioning your SD card in CWM wipes/formats the SD card.....

so all data on the card will be lost!! including apps moved with Android native app2sd....

you will need to backup SD card first, and restore after partitioning....

Also, use a2sdgui to move all apps to SD, and zip align on boot.

Forgot to mention to back up your SD!

http://crescent.thebronasium.com/31032012-a2sd-ext3.zip - There's the download link for the scripts.

You can flash the scripts by booting into clockworkmod by holding down the power button and click reboot then recovery as you're running CM9 so it's a helpful feature to help you get into recovery faster.

Flash by going to install zip from sd card then choose zip from sd, scroll down to the file and click it and then click yes and reboot then follow the instructions about A2SDGUI.

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted (edited) · Report post

What do you choose for swap size? and when it is partitioned should i reflash my rom?

Edited by reedo_17
0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted · Report post

cheers Curtis your a hero ;)

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted · Report post

I did 1gb for the first option then 0 for the second menu and you don't need to reflash your ROM- just use A2SDGUI to move data to sd ext etc.

If you're running a Jelly Bean based ROM then A2SDGUI won't work and you'll need to use the Terminal Emulator app and type in 'su' followed by 'a2sd reinstall' the device will reboot then you need to go back to the Terminal Emulator, type in 'su' and then 'a2sd cachesdreset' then your device will reboot once again and everyone sorted.

And you're welcome, glad I could help.

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted · Report post

after selecting 1020Mb partition it asks for swap size,

om

3m

64m

128m

256m

which one am I needing?

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted · Report post

0mb

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted · Report post

why is life never simple?....

as soon as it finishes "reading settings"

"EXITING A2SDGUI

A2SD does not run

properly, better do "a2sd check"

in terminal emulater! Maybe

your Version is below 2.7.5.2"

I followed the guide to the letter but obviously I fecked up somewhere <bouncing bonce of desk>

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted · Report post

Don't use a2sdgui, the scripts are fine on their own, using both can introduce incompatibility. You just flash them and use the terminal emulator (type 'su' then 'a2sd check') to make sure everything's working before installing apps. It's really quite simple.

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted · Report post

Don't use a2sdgui, the scripts are fine on their own, using both can introduce incompatibility. You just flash them and use the terminal emulator (type 'su' then 'a2sd check') to make sure everything's working before installing apps. It's really quite simple.

I don't think you are correct there Liamness.....

the A2SDGUI App requires you to actually have the scripts installed....it will not work without them!!!

All the GUI does is provide a more user-friendly user experience, in applying the various options available with DT's A2SD....

After all, this is what a Graphical User Interface is all about!!

Of course, you can use the scripts without the GUI, but it requires a certain amount of knowledge regarding command-line linux scripting, using either adb or terminal emulator....

Just one thing may be worth checking, are the scripts flashed Ver. 2.7.5.3??

AFAIK, the A2SDGUI App last update, version 1.0, requires 2.7.5.2 and above.....

Requirements:

- ROOT

- busybox

- A2SD Darktremor Scripts V2.7.5.2 and above.

Here is a synopsis of the commands to use, once it is installed, or to check if it is:

From Darktremor FB notes:

This is the Darktremor Apps2SD Command Line Help guide. This is the same guide you will see if you type a2sd help in Darktremor Apps2Sd 2.7.5.3:

The syntax to run any of this commands is the following:

a2sd

...where is one of the following:

Standard Apps2SD Commands:

  • reinstall

    Moves free and paid apps to the ext2/ext3/ext4
    partition on your secure digital card. Removes
    the No A2SD flag file.

    This is used if you have already executed an
    a2sd remove command. Otherwise, this part is
    automatically performed when Apps2SD is
    started.
    • install

      Same as reinstall. This was brought back for
      users of version 2.7.
      • remove

        Moves free and paid apps to the internal phone
        storage. Creates the No A2SD flag file.


        Swap Partition Commands:
        • reswap

          Removes the No Swap flag. Allows A2SD to
          activate the swap partition.

          This is used if you have already executed an
          a2sd noswap command. Otherwise, this part is
          automatically performed when Apps2SD is
          started.
          • noswap

            Creates the No Swap flag. Prevents A2SD from
            activating the swap partition.
            • swappyxx

              Sets swap partition swappiness value to xx.
              Example: To set the swappiness of the swap
              partition to 30%, type:
              a2sd swappy30
              To set at 75%, type:
              a2sd swappy75


              Dalvik Cache Commands:
              • cachesd

                Moves Dalvik cache files to the ext2/ext3/ext4
                partition on your secure digital card. Creates
                Dalvik Cache to SD flag.
                • cachesdreset

                  Performs the same function as cachesd, plus
                  erases the contents of Dalvik-Cache, forcing
                  a rebuild on reboot.
                  • cachepart

                    Moves Dalvik cache files to the /cache partition
                    in your phone. Creates Dalvik Cache to Cache
                    Partition flag.
                    • cachepartreset

                      Performs the same function as cachepart, plus
                      erases the contents of Dalvik-Cache, forcing
                      a rebuild on reboot.
                      • nocache

                        Moves Dalvik cache files to the internal phone
                        storage. Removes all Dalvik Cache flags.
                        • nocachereset

                          Performs the same function as nocache, plus
                          erases the contents of Dalvik-Cache, forcing
                          a rebuild on reboot.
                          • resetcache

                            Clears the dalvik cache and restarts phone.


                            Program Data Commands:
                            • datasd

                              Moves /data/data to the SD card.
                              • nodata

                                Restores /data/data to the internal storage.

                                Apps2SD Diagnostic Commands:
                                • check

                                  Performs a symlink and flag file check on your
                                  setup. Outputs a report that shows you if
                                  there are issues with your Apps2SD setup.
                                  • repair

                                    Performs a repair of all symlinks based on
                                    flag file activation.
                                    • diskspace

                                      Shows disk space statistics for the ext
                                      partition.
                                      • sysinfo

                                        Displays information about your phone,
                                        partitions, swap, and more.

                                        Also writes a dump file that has an
                                        entire profile of your phone. This
                                        is for troubleshooting only.

                                        • swapspace

                                        Shows swap space statistics for all

                                        swap space active on the phone.

                                        [*]partlist

                                        Shows the supported EXT partitions

                                        available for your particular ROM.

                                        [*]fixapk

                                        Fixes permissions on programs.

                                        [*]usedtbusybox

                                        Uses the Darktremor packaged Busybox. Used

                                        to diagnose issues.

                                        [*]usedefaultbusybox

                                        Reactivates Busybox scanning.

                                        ZipAlign Commands:

                                        [*]align

                                        Performs a one-time zipalign on all APK files

                                        in /data/app, /data/app-private and /system/app.

                                        [*]zipalign

                                        Allows ZipAlign to execute during the boot

                                        process. Creates the ZipAlign flag file.

                                        [*]nozipalign

                                        Prevents ZipAlign from executing during the

                                        boot process. Removes the ZipAlign flag file.

                                        Dalvik Setting Commands:

                                        [*]heapsizexx

                                        Sets Dalvik Heap Size to xx, or heapsize0 resets

                                        heap size to default settings.

                                        Ex: If you want to set the Dalvik Heap Size to

                                        24mb, type a2sd heapsize24

                                        Low Memory Killer Commands:

                                        [*]lowmem-moderate

                                        Sets the internal memory killer to the following

                                        settings:

                                        Foreground Apps: 1536 pages / 6 MB

                                        Visible Apps: 3072 pages / 12 MB

                                        Secondary Server: 4096 pages / 16 MB

                                        Hidden Apps: 7680 pages / 30 MB

                                        Content Provider: 8960 pages / 35 MB

                                        Empty App: 10240 pages / 40 MB

                                        [*]lowmem-optimum

                                        Sets the internal memory killer to the following

                                        settings:

                                        Foreground Apps: 1536 pages / 6 MB

                                        Visible Apps: 2048 pages / 8 MB

                                        Secondary Server: 4096 pages / 16 MB

                                        Hidden Apps: 10240 pages / 40 MB

                                        Content Provider: 12800 pages / 50 MB

                                        Empty App: 15360 pages / 60 MB

                                        [*]lowmem-strict

                                        Sets the internal memory killer to the following

                                        settings:

                                        Foreground Apps: 1536 pages / 6 MB

                                        Visible Apps: 2048 pages / 8 MB

                                        Secondary Server: 4096 pages / 16 MB

                                        Hidden Apps: 15360 pages / 60 MB

                                        Content Provider: 17920 pages / 70 MB

                                        Empty App: 20480 pages / 80 MB

                                        [*]lowmem-aggressive

                                        Sets the internal memory killer to the following

                                        settings:

                                        Foreground Apps: 1536 pages / 6 MB

                                        Visible Apps: 3072 pages / 12 MB

                                        Secondary Server: 4096 pages / 16 MB

                                        Hidden Apps: 21000 pages / 82 MB

                                        Content Provider: 23000 pages / 90 MB

                                        Empty App: 25000 pages / 98 MB

                                        [*]lowmem-extreme

                                        Sets the internal memory killer to the following

                                        settings:

                                        Foreground Apps: 1536 pages / 6 MB

                                        Visible Apps: 3072 pages / 12 MB

                                        Secondary Server: 4096 pages / 16 MB

                                        Hidden Apps: 38400 pages / 150 MB

                                        Content Provider: 40960 pages / 160 MB

                                        Empty App: 43520 pages / 170 MB

                                        [*]lowmem-ultimate

                                        Sets the internal memory killer to the following

                                        settings:

                                        Foreground Apps: 1536 pages / 6 MB

                                        Visible Apps: 3072 pages / 12 MB

                                        Secondary Server: 4096 pages / 16 MB

                                        Hidden Apps: 51200 pages / 200 MB

                                        Content Provider: 57600 pages / 225 MB

                                        Empty App: 64000 pages / 250 MB

                                        [*]lowmem-default

                                        Sets the internal memory killer back to phone default

                                        settings.

                                        SD Card Maintenance Commands

                                        [*]forcecheck

                                        Forces Darktremor Apps2SD to force check the

                                        EXT partition on the SD card when phone is

                                        rebooted.

                                        [*]convert-ext3

                                        Converts an EXT2 partition to an EXT3 partition.

                                        Note: Boot process will take longer due to the

                                        conversion.

                                        [*]convert-ext4

                                        Converts an EXT3 partition to an EXT4 partition.

                                        Note: You must execute a2sd convert-ext3 first if you

                                        are trying to convert from EXT2 to EXT4.

                                        Boot process will take longer due to the

                                        conversion.

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted · Report post

It doesn't require much knowledge with the terminal. The scripts should be working from the off, the only reason you go into the terminal is to check this. You can able some other stuff. Maybe I remembered the thing about incompatibility wrongly, and it was people trying to use a2sd with the link2sd app. If you look at A2SDGUI on the play store, the description is basically the developer saying it's deprecated, and no longer under development. I think it's better to just let the scripts to their thing personally.

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted (edited) · Report post

It doesn't require much knowledge with the terminal. The scripts should be working from the off, the only reason you go into the terminal is to check this. You can able some other stuff. Maybe I remembered the thing about incompatibility wrongly, and it was people trying to use a2sd with the link2sd app. If you look at A2SDGUI on the play store, the description is basically the developer saying it's deprecated, and no longer under development. I think it's better to just let the scripts to their thing personally.

Don't get me wrong here Liam, but the GUI is basically up-to-date with DT's A2SD scripts, as they are at V2.7.5.3, and the GUI supports V2.7.5.2 and up.

The app was updated in Jan 2012, and basically cannot be brought much further, with DT A2SD....and there is still a donate version on Play!!!

as you mention, there is Link2SD, S2E, and others, which allow ppl to decide to move Apps, as distinct from the full data/app partition(s).....

as you know, DT A2SD is all or nothing moved!!!

but, as you say, when it is operational, it usually runs extremely stable, without the need for much used intervention.

However, the initial set-up can be difficult for noobs, and others, which is where this GUI app can be very useful, not needing Terminal or adb knowledge, or command-line knowledge.

there is a good XDA thread on DT A2SD here.........

Also, Zipalign, JIT compiling, dalvik cache, etc. are not exactly user-friendly terms.

But, of course you are correct, this stuff can all be done with Terminal, or adb, without any problem, once you have some knowledge of what you are doing. :)

Just to also add, I think there are reports of ppl getting the error the OP mentions, which seems to be connected to the version of the DT A2SD installed, and I am not sure which version is installed with this CM9, but the latest A2SDGUI App needs it to be Ver 2.7.5.2 or above....

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=32427823&postcount=2233

i'm getting this error in a2sdgui:

A2SD script does not run properly, better do "a2sd check" in terminal emulator! Maybe your version is below 2.7.5.2

"a2sd check" gives me version: 2.7.5.3 Beta 4a (2011-01-30)

"a2sd reinstall" did not help (nor fix this problem)

this may or may not be significant???

Anyway, I suspect the OP should try with Terminal.....

$ su

# a2sd check

and post the results here

Edited by irishpancake
0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted · Report post

Just to update....

Binned CM9 as it became a little temperamental after initially seeming very swift and stable (had a habit of freezing up if you put to much load on the system, also the battery life over these past two days has been horrendously bad).

swapped it out for CM7 which I used on my previous BLADE (OSF1) and never had any notable issues with it.

battery life has improved immensely and the a2sdgui program worked straight off the bat when I followed Curtis's walk through again (Guess CM9 doesn't like it?)

In summary.....

The fix worked (thanx to TMNCurtle for his patience) and I now have a abundance of internal memory <starts trawling playstore for porn apps>

ps.... sorry for the nickname, its early and its all I could come up with :blush:

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted · Report post

Just to update....

Binned CM9 as it became a little temperamental after initially seeming very swift and stable (had a habit of freezing up if you put to much load on the system, also the battery life over these past two days has been horrendously bad).

swapped it out for CM7 which I used on my previous BLADE (OSF1) and never had any notable issues with it.

battery life has improved immensely and the a2sdgui program worked straight off the bat when I followed Curtis's walk through again (Guess CM9 doesn't like it?)

In summary.....

The fix worked (thanx to TMNCurtle for his patience) and I now have a abundance of internal memory <starts trawling playstore for porn apps>

ps.... sorry for the nickname, its early and its all I could come up with :blush:

Perhaps you could let us know which fix you mean?

For the benefit of those who may come across this problem you had, and for those who contributed to the thread and tried to find a resolution to your problem!!

CM9 should work OK with DT A2SD, so nothing is solved for those who may not want to revert to a GB ROM.

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Posted · Report post

the original workround you suggested with Darktremors(sp) a2sdgui app was what I was referring too as "worked"...

Partition your SD Card- go to clockworkmod advanced menu then partition SD and use a suitable allocation, I use 1gb, then flash the A2SD scripts (First post on CM9 thread) then download A2SDGUI from the PlayStore. Open the A2SDGUI application then click 'do not show again' on the little message pop up then go to Dalvik Cache tab then click 'Dalvik Cache on SD-EXT' and then click 'Move & Rebuild'- Your device will reboot and memory issues will forever disappear.

the only issue I had was getting a2sdgui to work with cm9 but as I said I reverted to cm7 due to other reasons and a2sdgui worked without fault on that OS

0

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!


Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.


Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  
Followers 0

MoDaCo is part of the MoDaCo.network, © Paul O'Brien 2002-2015. MoDaCo uses IntelliTxt technology.