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[sCRIPT] AD2SDX modified by TechnoLover 1.3a (05.07.2012)

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  1. Instructions

    1. be sure to have App2SD, AD2SDX or Link2SD disabled
    2. (better) make a fresh install of your desired rom
    3. boot into recovery
    4. make a Nandroid backup
    5. flash TechnoLover-Kernel or have an init.d compatible kernel
    6. (sometimes) boot up and back to recovery
    7. flash AD2SDX
    8. reboot & wait
    9. reboot after your first boot

[*]Supported Roms

  • GingerOunay 2.5
  • GingerOunay 3.0
  • Ginger_dmd_4.000.07_aosp_v2
  • t&l Metal 2.3.5
  • t&l Metal 2.3.6 AOSP & Stock
  • Stock 2.3.5
  • Stock 2.3.6
  • Features

    • EXT-Partition mounted as /data
    • Apps on EXT-Partition
    • Dalvik-Cache on EXT-Partition
    • Data on Internal NAND for speedup, except files bigger 256k, they're on EXT-Partition
    • Dalvik-Cache for System-Apps on Internal NAND
    • Filesystem will be checked for files bigger than 256k just after 5 new boots
    • Known Problems

      • The Script can slow down your phone, it depends on your SDCard
      • When you restore a backup, wipe first everything

      [*]Download

      Download AD2SDX

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      [*]How to support developers?

    [*]Give them a defaulttzflk.png (: If you want to, you can donate something to them of course ;)

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Version 1.3a - Download
  • fixed issue where 1.3 won't boot for the first time

Version 1.3 - Download
  • due too the long boot time, I decided to check for bigger files just after 5 new boots.

Version 1.2a - Download
  • fixed log, it could probably get too big.

Version 1.2 - Download

added e2fsck, check for ext-partition integrity (fix backup issues hopefully)


log added, script doesn't take any effect if no ext-partition is found

Version 1.1 - Download

[*]Moved /data back on Internal NAND for speedup but files bigger 256k are on EXT-Partition

Version 1.0 - Download

[*]initial release

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p.s. interesting, how soon sd wil crash?))

As in, how soon will the SD Card crash due to increased wear? From what I read it's unlikely to occur and if it does it takes a long time i.e. years.

If anyone's curious into how this works and it's benefits here's an excellent post: http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1310309

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This looks very interesting!

I will have to try this.

@Smelious, what SD card do you have? Mine is Class 10 so hopefully OK. But if you are already using link2sd - this shouldn't be any slower should it?

Actually, since I have started using link2sd I found some things slow at first but then they got back to normal.

Nice work Techno. :)

edit

Does it have the Titanium Backup bug of the original?

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it can be slower than link2sd because data is also written on sdcard, so you should have a sdcard which has a high random write and read speed ;)

You can say that your sdcard is now your internal space ;)

which titanium backup bug?

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@Smelious, what SD card do you have? Mine is Class 10 so hopefully OK. But if you are already using link2sd - this shouldn't be any slower should it?

Mine is also class 10. I'm going to give it a full days workout today, see how it goes.

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@ chemicalbuz

you can try, but I don't know, if it supports init.d...

a class 2 can be faster than a class 10 in random read / write, so that doesn't matter...

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a class 2 can be faster than a class 10 in random read / write, so that doesn't matter...

Yea, I have just been reading a bit about it.

It seems this http://crystalmark.i...rk/index-e.html is the best test for random read/writes.

My class 10 will probably be bad cos it seems the manufacturers sacrifice random read/write for maximum sequential speeds, doh! dry.gif

And this http://forums.whirlp...s.cfm?t=1582172 shows the fastest random 4k R/W are class 2 and class 4 cards.

I have just tested the sandisk class 4 that the phone came with and my Play class 10, I tested 4k random r/w

Sandisk class 4 = 1.985/0.015

Play class 10 = 2.807/0.016

So both are pretty awful when it comes to random 4k write - "apparently the 4k write speed is most important". sad.gif

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@ chemicalbuz

you can try, but I don't know, if it supports init.d...

i tried but unfortunatly it loops on boot...another thing, my "home" button vibrates but doesn't work anymore, i could go to home screen just pressing back many times...is it just my problem?

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painfully slow for me

yep, mine is class 6 and metal became a lot slower..

as for Titanium, it became slow as dial-up connection))

p.s. returned to link2sd, cause it completely solves my lack for space ;)

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