About Me

  • About mn.code
    Service provider
    Serbia - Vip
    Home country
    Computers Engineer
    Making devices do things they are not designed to do.
  • Devices
    Samsung Galaxy S 4


Total Posts
General Information
  • Last Activity: Yesterday 05:59 PM
  • Last Login: 1st January 1970 01:00 AM
  • Join Date: 18th September 2011
  • Referrals: 0

Most Thanked

Post Summary
Ahh nice! I'll give it another shot next chunk of free time I get. Can one of your new PIT files have /cache at only 128MB, /data untouched, and /system with the added ~304MB reclaimed from /cache? That's what I was going for so it'd be much appr...
osm0sis I didn't have maguro last two months, I sold titanium colored one and now I bought a white one :) So, as promised, I will write a tutorial on how to flash new pit and how to untar the file zzpianoman provided as soon as I get home from vac...
Not sure if this would explain my issues with rewriting the PIT on-the-fly, since writing the backups seems to work too, but it's a definite difference between the dumps/backups and the others as written via PIT Magic/Odin3 so I'm going to try add...
osm0sis I had to restore my maguro to stock, so I dumped my pit and it turns out my /userdata is not the same size as the one on "stock" pit, it's the same size as yours 28.397.534 (and I also have VYL00M chip) :) Will dig deeper after I' am finis...
osm0sis Your cache partition is getting corrupted because PITMagic, for some reason, is not saving new values for /userdata partition (so /cache and /userdata are overlapping). You have to change them manualy with hexedit after you change all othe...