Originally Posted by roirraW "edor" ehT
Totally your preference. Google ExFAT vs FAT32. If you're using Ubuntu or other Linux and not Windows, you probably wouldn't want ExFAT.
No, 1 64gb partition is fine. I never use a swap partition but I've never found I needed one after I stopped using my 384MB first Android phone.
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Well i do use Win8.1, only because it came on new laptop. However, shortly after I knew all the specs, I went and added much better Ram, and a large SSD....Now I have my Ubuntu back!!!!!!!!!! and 8.1 is on a much smaller partition. So, because I play with Android, and Ubuntu, and of course windows, I prefer FAT32.....
As to the other... I have now clue if i actually need "SWAP" or not. Have not had the phone long enough to push all the limits. However, I am in love with links 2SD...Now that I am rooted, I put all apps on my 14GB Second Partition (EXT4) and they have improved their work over @ Link2Sd, now you can include the DEX...Phone looks rather M~T with Links2sd... awesome.
Oh the Q @ 64gb card. Am also working on some China clone tablet, and want to bring Kit-Kat to it. It only has 1 SD port! Does have a USB port as well, but don't really want something sticking out of it all the time.
Thanks for the info!