Originally Posted by smelkus
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.