So, I've got a new SanDisk 64gb Class 10 micro SD and want to use it for app and data storage, as well as for nandroid recoveries.
Unfortunately, the stock format - exFAT - is not recognized by many apps or by any of our custom recoveries.
I couldn't be bothered with learning ADB, but wanted a custom recovery on my SIII ... maybe you can relate?
Here's the easiest way to do it -- and you don't even need a computer!!! You do, however, already need to be rooted before yo...
For dummies like me ...
Download the GooManager App ... direct download or Play Store produce the same results -- GooManager 2.1.1. If you direct download, scroll to the bottom of the page for the most recent version.
Once you have GooManage...
1. Install SuperSu from Play and update binaries. Make sure it achieves root.
2. Delete Superuser.apk from system/app using a root file manager.
3. Install Superuser from Play.
4. Uninstall Superuser thru Play.
5. Reboot phone.
No more Super...
I sweat talk my butt off. nothing changes at all.
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Well there's the problem ... less "sweat" (ewww ...) and more sweet.
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