OK - could someone address this question - that of when apps are moved to sd they aren't moved to sd-ext but rather to .android-secure in fat as asec files and mounted at mnt/asec/ (I discovered this by looking as nautilus-root in Ubuntu and showing hidden files! Can't be read or seen as even root-explorer on phone!?)? Why doesn't it or can't it use my ext-2 partition? When rickys' 2.2 sees and uses it fine? Any answer?
The same is true with Rexchuns' so is this a known bug with cyagenmod 7.0.0, corrected in 7.0.3 or am I doing something wrong?
Apparently 'asec' are android secure files, to prevent tampering, and this is a typical form in which apps are moved to sd in froyo - but in ginger bread? And, what's the point then of having the sd-ext?
Edited by blatny93, 21 May 2011 - 05:39 PM.