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Thanks! For all updating like me: I tried to update [CM7a7->CM7a8.2] and it hang before CM loading screen. I updated [CM7a7->CM7a8->CM7a8.2] and it worked at the first time.



The same with /Ceramic Destroyer/, /Glow Hockey/, /Puzzles with Matches/.

ANOTHER*PROBLEM:
After update /Viber/, /Google Goggles/ and /Transportoid/ don't work. Titanium Backup didn't manage to restore it on freshy ROM; a trial via Google Play results in message "Missing shared library" (a day later, after installing and configuring all other apps). On CM7a7 everything worked perfectly.
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applied the 8.2 update over alpha 8. But I can't manage to get my ext partition recognized. Its something like can't mount ext partition. Tried to mount ext from recovery, but still couldn't, but then formatted ext partition and it successfully got mounted in recovery. But when I rebooted, s2e still didn't recognize my ext partition. In recovery, it was again unmounted. What shall I do ??

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applied the 8.2 update over alpha 8. But I can't manage to get my ext partition recognized. Its something like can't mount ext partition. Tried to mount ext from recovery, but still couldn't, but then formatted ext partition and it successfully got mounted in recovery. But when I rebooted, s2e still didn't recognize my ext partition. In recovery, it was again unmounted. What shall I do ??
Hi! I never managed to get s2e working :-/ I'm using link2sd instead for months and i'm quite happy with it. It places some scripts in system/etc/init.d and after reboot you can easily manage your settings in the link2sd app...

May i give you a hint: i formatted my sd-ext partition in ext4 initially. that caused many problems for me; videos played slowly, apps got fc's and so on; since i formatted my sd-ext to ext2 with minitool everything is going really fast and stable
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applied the 8.2 update over alpha 8. But I can't manage to get my ext partition recognized. Its something like can't mount ext partition. Tried to mount ext from recovery, but still couldn't, but then formatted ext partition and it successfully got mounted in recovery. But when I rebooted, s2e still didn't recognize my ext partition. In recovery, it was again unmounted. What shall I do ??
Extract and copy the attached file in /system/etc/init.d/ (replace the current one).
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Extract and copy the attached file in /system/etc/init.d/ (replace the current one).
Nope, still no luck. I am confused. Link2SD says "Mount script cannot be created. mount: mounting /dev/block/vold/179:2 on /data/sdext2 failed: Invalid arguement" Arghh.. whats happening ???

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Nope, still no luck. I am confused. Link2SD says "Mount script cannot be created. mount: mounting /dev/block/vold/179:2 on /data/sdext2 failed: Invalid arguement" Arghh.. whats happening ???
try formating sd-ext to ext4 with minitool, maybe it'll work....or if u use app2sd script from Kyrillos v 10.5....
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try formating sd-ext to ext4 with minitool, maybe it'll work....or if u use app2sd script from Kyrillos v 10.5....

I found this solution to be working. I am also trying for one hour with fat32. but no luck. at last i formatted in ext4. Link2sd working fine now.
 
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Nope, still no luck. I am confused. Link2SD says "Mount script cannot be created. mount: mounting /dev/block/vold/179:2 on /data/sdext2 failed: Invalid arguement" Arghh.. whats happening ???
Format sd-ext from recovery, and use the previous script. Then you can use cyanogen mod's a2sd script or S2E.



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Format sd-ext from recovery, and use the previous script. Then you can use cyanogen mod's a2sd script or S2E.
Tried fomatting ext partition from recovery but still didn't work.
But then I installed G3Mod kernel 2.5 and used Kyorarom and all the problems disappeared mysteriously....

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7.2 stable out!!!

---------- Post added at 01:34 PM ---------- Previous post was at 01:20 PM ----------

damn sd partion!
sometimes i must reformat sd becuse after a reboot it wouldn't mount! ****!

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