Is there a way to add an app manually in SuperSU? It doesn't ask me for root access... tried uninstalling and re, but nothing.
Link2sd app is very advanced, but it is fighting me, I get an error saying it cannot get root access.
Tillaz, I relied on the Auto setting, and it did put a lot of apps on sdcard by default.
Link2SD can be used to freeze/ unfreeze apps. Also to do a backup between ROM changes:
Q. I upgraded/changed my ROM and I can not see my linked apps, their files are on the 2nd partition but the system can not see the apps. How can I make them available, do I need to reinstall and relink them again?
No, if you didn't wipe data when updating ROM the only thing you need to do is to run "Recreate mount scripts" from "menu -> more" within Link2SD and do a normal (not quick) reboot.
If you wiped data, after executing "Recreate mount scripts" and rebooting, run "Relink all application files" from "menu -> more" and then reboot. All of your linked apps should be available again after reboot.
If you also wiped dalvik-cache, in addition to the above step run "Link dalvik-cache files".
Also, for all those using Link2SD, these 2 points are also worth noting:
Q. Library files that I linked get unlinked after restarting my phone, why?
On Android 2.3 and 2.2, the links to the lib files are being lost after rebooting because the PackageManager service unpacks all native libraries from the apk files at boot time.
You can use "relink lib files at boot option" as workaround.
Link2SD does not link application's private data files that are located in /data/data directory, they remain in the internal storage. Thus each app you install will still have some data on the internal storage so you can still potentially fill up your internal storage even if you are moving all of your apps over.
Edited by Maximus9, 20 July 2012 - 10:33 PM.