LINK2SD GUIDE (FOR WINDOWS)
wizard partition: http://www.mediafire...he2gihy0km9vtnw
download & install the .exe from the link above
connect your phone to your computer via usb and turn on usb storage on your phone from the notifications.
making a full back up of your sd card - make a new folder on your computers desktop call it sd back up, now open your sd card on your computer & press the edit tab at the top, then click select all, now right click on any of the highlighted items and press copy.
now go to your new folder named -- sd back up -- open it & right click inside the empty box and paste.
(now you have a full back up of your sd card)
you can copy & paste this back into your sd card when we are finished
open mini tool partition wizard
click to select you drive - it should be F: double click it to open and make shure it is
if you cant see your device and it is turned on properly click the general tab at the top and press reload disk information.
now... click on the drive F: to make shure your sd card is selected
now under operations select format partition
change file system to fat32 and press ok
then apply at the top left corner & wait for it to finish.....
then right click on drive F: click move / resize
click & hold the end of the bar (right hand side) and drag it back untill the unallocated space after: says 507.54 MB then press ok
now right click on the unallocated box underneath F: press create then yes
change create as: to primary
change file system to: fat32
then apply in the top left corner.
wait.........it will take a couple minutes it has not crashed.
once it finishes close the program and turn off usb storage and reboot your phone.
open the link2sd app and when it asks to select the format select fat32 at the bottom, it will tell you to reboot - do this now
after reboot open link2sd press the menu button then settings & tick auto link
also check in the auto link settings and make sure that all three boxes are ticked.
back at the main page press the menu button then filter, select user. this will show you all apps that can be linked to sd.
note you have to move your apps back to the internal memory before you can link them to the sd.
from link2sd select apps that say there on the sd and then press manage, you will see an option <move to phone> do this
now go back to the app in link2sd and press create link at the bottom and tick all three boxes and press ok.
after you set this up you will notice that your internal memory is affected very little or not at all after installing apps.
i had 112 apps on my phone at one point with 125mb of free internal space
update: when you do a full wipe in clockwork recovery it will change the second partition to ext3,
so the next time you use link2sd after a full wipe select the ext3 option when prompted at first launch.
Edited by tillaz, 28 May 2012 - 03:33 PM.