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Telling me my SDEXT isn't mounted properly again. suggestions?
Sorry if you've stated this before, but just a stab in the dark: have you partitioned your sd card?

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Question are there known problems with maps/gps?

I just installed the pb22 build yesterday. So far so good, although i did run into some problems today with google maps/navigation. I got a couple of phone reboots while using it. I think it might have coincided with receiving a txt msg, but I'm not entirely sure. If there's a log file or anything i can post to help track it down, please let me know.
 
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Sorry if you've stated this before, but just a stab in the dark: have you partitioned your sd card?

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Yep, if you look at my post here I literally typed it as I did everything. From a wipe to installation and beyond

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Can't tell if you looked into what I said before re: an sd-ext nandroid. Had you been partitioned before or will/is this your first time having a partitioned card? If it were me and I just freshly partitioned a card, I would restore an sd-ext backup first, then flash calkulin's FORMAT_ALL, flash deck-pb22-a2sd, boot and run TE commands, reboot. Then I'd flash new kernels, etc.

I wouldn't necessarily do that all the time, just if I'm troubleshooting or setting something up for the first time. Less variables = less ways cause trouble. If you followed the steps you posted earlier, it looks like your sd-ext was completely empty when you ran the TE commands, that might have been an issue. I can't tell where your apps were when you first ran the commands. You'd want to have all your apps either restored on internal memory or already on your sd-ext when you first issue su, a2sd install.
 
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Can't tell if you looked into what I said before re: an sd-ext nandroid. Had you been partitioned before or will/is this your first time having a partitioned card? If it were me and I just freshly partitioned a card, I would restore an sd-ext backup first, then flash calkulin's FORMAT_ALL, flash deck-pb22-a2sd, boot and run TE commands, reboot. Then I'd flash new kernels, etc.

I wouldn't necessarily do that all the time, just if I'm troubleshooting or setting something up for the first time. Less variables = less ways cause trouble. If you followed the steps you posted earlier, it looks like your sd-ext was completely empty when you ran the TE commands, that might have been an issue. I can't tell where your apps were when you first ran the commands. You'd want to have all your apps either restored on internal memory or already on your sd-ext when you first issue su, a2sd install.
I was starting from an unpartitioned sd card, then wiped, then re-partitioned, and flashed.

I actually just unpartitioned a bit ago, formatted in windows, searched for errors but found none, (then got a quickie) and am about to start all over again.

When I ran the TE commands my sd-ext would have been empty. However, wouldn't new apps be moved over as they are installed? Guess I just didn't imagine that setting up an sd-ext was supposed to be at the end of the process.

I'm going to repartition, rewipe (with caulkins formatall), flash pb22, install a few apps, reboot, and then run TE commands and see if the apps move over. I'd flash apps but i dont have an sd-ext nandroid as ive never gotten apps to install on that partition.
 
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I was starting from an unpartitioned sd card, then wiped, then re-partitioned, and flashed.

I actually just unpartitioned a bit ago, formatted in windows, searched for errors but found none, (then got a quickie) and am about to start all over again.

When I ran the TE commands my sd-ext would have been empty. However, wouldn't new apps be moved over as they are installed? Guess I just didn't imagine that setting up an sd-ext was supposed to be at the end of the process.

I'm going to repartition, rewipe (with caulkins formatall), flash pb22, install a few apps, reboot, and then run TE commands and see if the apps move over. I'd flash apps but i dont have an sd-ext nandroid as ive never gotten apps to install on that partition.
You need to have some app that a2sd can put in your ext to get it going. After that it will auto place them there as you install apps.

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So I'm totally confused, no idea what to make of this. It seems my installed apps should take up more room than they do, however I don't really see them on sd-ext either. Thoughts?


 
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So I'm totally confused, no idea what to make of this. It seems my installed apps should take up more room than they do, however I don't really see them on sd-ext either. Thoughts?


now run the a2sd install.

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I had pb20 but can anyone confirm mms receiving working on pb22?
 
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