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Default How to create second partition and move apps to sd card

1)Download Aparted and link2sd in play store.
2)Now go to settings and open storage and unmount sdcard
3)Open Aparted and choose tool and tick part 1 and choose delete, and tick part 1 and choose create and choose Fat16, and set 3000Mb IF YOUR SD CARD IS 4GB.
4)tick part 2 and choose create and choose Ext4 and set 900Mb IF YOUR SD CARD IS 4GB.
5)Open link2sd and choose ext4, and he say mount script and reboot your device.
6)Open link2sd and choose apps and select create link and the apps is moved to sd card

If you want to delete your second partition.
1) Go to settings → storage and unmount sdcard
2) Open your Aparted and tick first partition and seconds partition and choose delete.
3) tick first partition and choose create and choose Fat16.

Sorry for my bad English

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Why format it as ext2? Isn't ext4 better?

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Why format it as ext2? Isn't ext4 better?

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Ext2 for stock rom, ext4 for all rom, I think ext2 is better

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Thank you for the information.

I may give this a try. Up to now I've been using custom ROMs, but all them them have small issues that niggle me. This solution may be the solution I'm looking for on non-rooted phones.
 
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The solution is GL to SD. No partitions, no nothing. Just awesomeness
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So what if your using a 16gb SD card, what would the settings be then?

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No settings. Just install GL to SD and move your apps to the external sd card

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