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How the script works :
It copies the contents of the selected folders to the sd ext2 partition . It does not removes the copied files from the phone , because in the case of sd failure or sd removal the phone will be able to bootup. The removal process removes the files and directories needed to app2sd operate normally , but leaves the ext2 untouched.
To use it you need to turn on the USB Debugging mode on the phone .Create the ext2 if not exists .The first partitition should be FAT if your card is smaller than 4GB and should be FAT32 if bigger than 4 GB. The second partition should be ext2. Both partition must be primary.
Dont forget to restart the phone and turn off mass storage mode after creation of the ext2.Download the zip file , extract it and run autorootapp2sd.bat on your pc.
You can use app2sd even if your phone is not rooted.
The attached pdf contains the guide how to create the ext2.
MOD:
The script has the possibilities to turn on root. The root and unroot function is the same as 1 click root .
MOD2:
There was abug in the root function , a bad version of superuser.apk was included . Now it is replaced.

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Edited by joestone, 28 October 2010 - 08:39 PM.

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It says device not found any help would be appreciated. Thanks

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It says device not found any help would be appreciated. Thanks

USB debugging mode is on ?
if yes try to unplug and replug the usb .

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Steps to A2SD you say it is FAT First Patition Thank you, I would ask that the difference between FAT and FAT32 how Should choose what kind sir.

Because now I do A2SD successfully done through the ADB Command, but sometimes the phone will not sue the SD Card to my Application does not work.

Thank you.

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:P :D working smooth. thanks!

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:P :D working smooth. thanks!


It's a real shame that there's nowhere to give thanks on here, except in a post!

If there was a button, under the post, to give thanks, then the OP would have loads!!!

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:P :D working smooth. thanks!

Thanks !

Now the first post was modified , the program contains 1 click root too.
App2sd will work even if you not root your phone and will turn off temporary if there is no sd or ext2 mount failure .

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Hi guys, tried this, everything went fine, after reboot i
now have preparing sd card, checking for errors and it doesnt go away and i cant access sd card, any suggestions?

Edited by sarbe, 24 October 2010 - 12:53 PM.

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Hi guys, tried this, everything went fine, after reboot i
now have preparing sd card, checking for errors and it doesnt go away and i cant access sd card, any suggestions?

Check the partition on your sd. The first partitition should be FAT if your card is smaller than 4GB and should be FAT32 if bigger than 4 GB. The second partition should be ext2. Both partition must be primary.

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Thanks m8, how do i check the partition?

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Thanks m8, how do i check the partition?

You can check it using the minitool partititon wizard.

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The card is not showing on there m8

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The card is not showing on there m8

Put the sd to a card reader and then start the partition wizard.
Or turn on mass storage mode on the phone and then start the partition wizard.

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I don't have a card reader m8 and mass storage is on, still says preparing sd card, checking for errors. I followed the guide and formatted on fat32 but it is only a 2gig sd card and you have put fat for that, could that be the problem?

Edited by sarbe, 24 October 2010 - 01:09 PM.

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I don't have a card reader m8 and mass storage is on, still says preparing sd card, checking for errors

Turn off mass storage mode , unmount the sd from the settings and format it in the phone . This will erase everything from the sd including the ext2. Then after reboot , create the ext2 again , turn off mass storage mode , restart the phone and apply app2sd.

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Will try that thanks m8

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Worked m8, thanks for your help.

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What about app-private? It's working?

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What about app-private? It's working?

app-private is not copied , I checked it on my phone and it is empty . I do not have idea what programs are using it .Of course it is possible to move it to the sd , but it was left out in this version.

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Does app2sd install apps automatically to partition or does it give you a choice where to install?

Edited by sarbe, 24 October 2010 - 01:48 PM.

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