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By dbmj, Junior Member on 5th September 2014, 07:58 AM
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Originally Posted by Alucai Vivorvel

Eh, I dunno. I'm familiar with a Linux Terminal, and for certain things, it's definitely faster. But I still prefer a GUI for some things.

In rare cases for me I will use them, but it isn't often.

For example, I just partitioned my ext_sd and I used, aparted, from the play store to do it, so that I could partition a gig of it as swap. As for determining if my device supported swap and locating the swap partition, then applying the swap for virtual memory I used the command-line straight on my phone lol.
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