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My attempt to convert a XT1033 converted to GPe to F2FS.

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By Quasar, Recognized Contributor on 29th August 2014, 05:48 PM
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3rd September 2014, 03:43 AM |#11  
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Because you set all partitions to F2FS. Only need to change /data to F2FS. Leave system and cache ext4. You would need a ROM with a patched fstab and then a kernel supporting f2fs for system and cache to be in F2FS as well. Plus major benefit is in /data, not system and cache. I tested full F2FS on my N4 and it was more a pain with less gain. /data is all that should be F2FS.

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You can get it by deleting the partition / data and change it later by f2fs with TWRP fastboot erase boot partition and flash the boot.img from the stock 4.4.4 rom motorola everything from GPE and I have it so it shows more fluid
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