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Average Android
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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I used CWM to create a 1GB partition and have successfully done so. But when i use link2sd to set up a ext4 partition, it does the script i reboot and it's not formatted.

Am I doing something wrong?

Running:

Mobile: Galaxy S 4G
Build: ICBINB By Team ACID
Radio: KF2
Kernel: Bali v3.3uv Voodoo Lagfix CWM Incorporated
Mods: "Performance.zip" by dsexton702
Recovery: ClockworkMod Recovery 3.0.2.8

Can anyone recommend an easier or better way to do this?

thanks.
 

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Yes I am... When I installed ICBINB the first time and reinstalled my apps, link2sd couldn't find recognize the ext4 partition so I had to use "MiniTool Partition Wizard" to get rid of that partition and create a new one. No problem since.
 

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Average Android
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Discussion Starter · #7 ·
Ty for the responses, it worked. i now have a 1 GB (well obviously less. :p) partition.

is it typical to have to use titanium backup to restore "missing apps" ? cause i lost my apps after i recopied the backup i made of the SDCARD.. I used titanium backup to restore and had to re-setup my desktop screens.

But it worked, so thank you.
 
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