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How to change system partition size ?

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Hi , my phone is zte v960 ( skate ) . I flash the [JB] [CM10] ColdFusionX 2 for the ZTE Skate.

It work well . But my system partiton is too samll ,200MB . I can not install any google apps .

How can I change it size? Have anyone do this before ?

I try MDT , but it is not work . Maybe my operation is not right . Please tell me more details . Thanks.

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Hi , my phone is zte v960 ( skate ) . I flash the [JB] [CM10] ColdFusionX 2 for the ZTE Skate.

It work well . But my system partiton is too samll ,200MB . I can not install any google apps .

How can I change it size? Have anyone do this before ?

I try MDT , but it is not work . Maybe my operation is not right . Please tell me more details . Thanks.

Use TPT Helper and make a custom TPT.

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Thank you so much . It works .

You'd know about it if it didn't work ;)

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If I resize only data and cache partitions (I can't see the point of having nearly 60 MB in cache partition and not using more than 2 MB by the OS), will I have to reinstall my current ROM?

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Then I might as well resize the system partition, it's 220 MB now but 200 seems to be enough for most of the custom ROMs. Thanks!

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hola hermano, me puedem¡n decir como puedo desbloquear el bootleader de mi zte skate y me pueden decir sy se puede actualizar a 2.3.7 y como se hace, de ante mano muchas gracias

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