Nenad Jovanovic

Partition SD card

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Hello all. I have one question about partition thing. I use Mokee rom, and it work fine, but problem is when i was switching from stock to custom rom, i did not do a partition on my SD, and now when i install few apps from Market it almost always say that i running on low space. I do have app2sd but look like it doesnt do all the job. So question is, what is most easy and simple way to increase the space of internal memory and chance to install more apps or games on my Skate.?

Tnx for answer :)

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Well, first you need an ext3 partition on your SD card. CWM can do this for you, just make sure you back up the contents of your SD card since that gets wiped.

Then just use an app of your choice to transfer your apps to the SD card. Link2SD is the easier way, though I prefer S2E.

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Well, first you need an ext3 partition on your SD card. CWM can do this for you, just make sure you back up the contents of your SD card since that gets wiped.

What get wiped? All from SD? How i turn on phone then? Kinda noobish questions, but thats me.

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The entire content of your SD gets wiped, so back it up to your PC first then restore it later. Easiest method is to reboot into CWM, choose partition SD card in advanced, after selecting partition sd card the first thing you will see is the option to select the size of the partition that you want to make.

Next will be the swap size. This is optional.

After selecting these options your sd card will be formatted with an ext partition. Then install S2E, select the items you want to move reboot and Bobs your uncle, Fannys your aunt.

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