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24th February 2013, 07:06 AM |#11  
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Originally Posted by pershoot

can you please do this:
fastboot erase system
fastboot boot cwm
flash rom

let me know how much space is left.

flash minimal gapps.

post /tmp/recovery.log

thanks.

Hi.

I see no-one else has answered pershoot, so here is my experience.

I did the erase system, booted into CWM (6.0.2.7) and flashed cm-10.1-20130221-NIGHTLY-p3.zip. Via adb, I mounted /system and df -h showed 35.2M free.

I then flashed gapps-minimal-jb-20130115-signed.zip using CWM, and mounted /system again and it showed only 8.0K free. I used nekitamo's suggestion, and deleted the non-English files from /system/tts/lang_pico, and it showed 3.9M free

Rebooted sucessfully (still shows 3.9M free).

I don't have a /tmp directory, and a search (find / -name recovery.log) didn't find any such file. Sorry.

I hope that helps.

Stephen
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