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Default [Q] Re Partition IntSD

I tried to repartition the intSD but I am unfortunately failed.
The Guide: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...8947&nocache=1

May way
1) Run Odin 1.85, put your phone in to download mode (vol down/home/power button) and connect to PC via USB
2) Tick re-partition box
3) Click PIT button and select the pit file of your desired app partition size. (4GB)
4b) OR Flash your persnonal choice of kernel in *.tar format and pit file, reboot to CWM ( power button/vol up/home button) and install new rom or restore nandroid and boot as normal and skip to number 9 in this guide
9) When your phone boots, you may get a notification to format usb storage, so yes if prompted! If not then please follow Dorimanx's advice of fixing the partition format by:

4b of your guide mit Dorimanx. After restore and reboot --> delete intSD --> but the rest of the SD is not available.

Second attempt
Guide 1,2,3 (between 1 and 12GB) and 4a, 5-8 of your guide. reboot --> The new partition is OK but rest of the SD is not available.

Error messages:
Can't mount "data" (Invalid argument)
Anyway if I make the partition 1 or 12GB ( I have only space in the new partition but not more)
Dorimanx Kernel --> mount /storage/sdcard0 -->Error mounting /storage/sdcard0!

Do have any Idea how i can mount/format sdcard0

Regards Klaus

P.S.: Sorry for my English
 
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@metalgearhathaway, do you want to have a look here mate? I figure you'd be the one to know what's going on here

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@metalgearhathaway, do you want to have a look here mate? I figure you'd be the one to know what's going on here

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@Hopper8,
thanks for your Answer.
Is it possible that you give my contribution to "http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2538947&page=36" ??
Maybe someone has similar problems.

I cant write because I have unfortunately no write authorization.

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@Hopper8,
thanks for your Answer.
Is it possible that you give my contribution to "http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2538947&page=36" ??
Maybe someone has similar problems.

I cant write because I have unfortunately no write authorization.

Regards Klaus
You only need two more posts to be able to post in that thread mate... maybe see if you can answer someone else's question on Q&A, (even post a photo to the 'best photo you've taken' thread or something) I think you'll be much better off talking for yourself, as I don't know the ins and outs of your situation. Good luck!
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I tried to repartition the intSD but I am unfortunately failed.
The Guide: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...8947&nocache=1

May way
1) Run Odin 1.85, put your phone in to download mode (vol down/home/power button) and connect to PC via USB
2) Tick re-partition box
3) Click PIT button and select the pit file of your desired app partition size. (4GB)
4b) OR Flash your persnonal choice of kernel in *.tar format and pit file, reboot to CWM ( power button/vol up/home button) and install new rom or restore nandroid and boot as normal and skip to number 9 in this guide
9) When your phone boots, you may get a notification to format usb storage, so yes if prompted! If not then please follow Dorimanx's advice of fixing the partition format by:

4b of your guide mit Dorimanx. After restore and reboot --> delete intSD --> but the rest of the SD is not available.

Second attempt
Guide 1,2,3 (between 1 and 12GB) and 4a, 5-8 of your guide. reboot --> The new partition is OK but rest of the SD is not available.

Error messages:
Can't mount "data" (Invalid argument)
Anyway if I make the partition 1 or 12GB ( I have only space in the new partition but not more)
Dorimanx Kernel --> mount /storage/sdcard0 -->Error mounting /storage/sdcard0!

Do have any Idea how i can mount/format sdcard0

Regards Klaus

P.S.: Sorry for my English
Sorry dude, I've been away on holiday, the issue you had maybe the version of twrp or cwm that you have installed or the fact that you need to connect your phone to you pc as mass storage then allow windows to format the partition for you.

Post back if you still need help, I am now around more!
Phone: Galaxy S3 i9300 / Rom: crDroid Simple Build 17
Kernel: boeffla-kernel-2.2 / CPU: 1.6Ghz / GPU: 700mhz
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