I did, from scratch, repartition files for Chinese Blade. They're sold in Brazil as ZTE v880: 256 mb ram and stock gen2.
Probably it's the same one sold in another south america countries.
, TPT'em and you are done.
/cache = 37,5 mb
/system = 220 mb
/data = 162,5mb
/oem = 21 mb
/cache = 2 mb
/system = 128 mb
/data = 311 mb
/oem = 0 mb
...almost twice the space for apps now! :)
Optional (but highly recommended) stuff:
- Before TPT'ing, do a nandroid backup. Then use generated boot.img, recovery.img, data.img (rename to userdata.img) and system.img to bring back all your apps and data. As long as your .img files fits in your new partition layout, you're fine.
- If you are using a Custom ROM with init.d
(all Cyanogen 7 and clones), do via command prompt (adb required):
a) adb remount
b) adb push 80redirectcache /system/etc/init.d
c) adb shell chown root.shell /system/etc/init.d/80redirectcache
d) adb shell chmod 750 /system/etc/init.d/80redirectcache
e) adb shell mv /system/etc/init.d/06mountdl /system/etc
f) adb reboot
are going to share the new huge /data space :)
- My current setup: Cyanogen 7.2.0 26Jan (Kang), Clockwork Recovery 188.8.131.52. I've removed some useless theme stuff to make system fit in 128 mb: Androidian.apk, Cyanbread.apk and ThemeChooser.apk. Obviously, they can be reinstalled later.
With all in place, your new Blade partitions should look like this:
Edited by intell, 18 February 2012 - 04:57 PM.