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I recently flashed cm10.2 weekly (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2422515) onto my phone using cwm. Flashing was fine but my sd ext partition was not getting mounted properly. I tried with ext 2,3,4 and fat/fat 32. None of them work. tried using twrp recovery as well but no luck. Tried partitioning through twrp, cwm and mini tool partition wizard. Could someone help me in this issue...

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Hi all,

I recently flashed cm10.2 weekly (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2422515) onto my phone using cwm. Flashing was fine but my sd ext partition was not getting mounted properly. I tried with ext 2,3,4 and fat/fat 32. None of them work. tried using twrp recovery as well but no luck. Tried partitioning through twrp, cwm and mini tool partition wizard. Could someone help me in this issue...

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You have place int2ext script in init.d folder with permission and restart your device it will mount.
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You have place int2ext script in init.d folder with permission and restart your device it will mount.
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thanks for the reply. could you please gimme a brief instruction of how to do that. NOOB here.
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thanks for the reply. could you please gimme a brief instruction of how to do that. NOOB here.
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If you want internel memory mounted then use int2ext i.e placing the script after first boot up..

1. Download the script

from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1716124

2.Download es file explorer as i use it.

Click on the option right side of home button.

3.Go to tools

You will see it as off.. click on it it will ask for root permission allow it. It will be on now.

4.Click on it again.

select Mount R/W

5.Set all to rw.

6.Extract the 40int2ext or something

7.go to device find system/etc/init.d.

8.Paste in the init.d folder.

9.After pasting select that file you pasted again click on option go to permission.

10. Tick on all the options you get.

11. Restart your device.
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You have place int2ext script in init.d folder with permission and restart your device it will mount.
Nevermind bro. Didnt see your reply till later. Thanks for the info, placed int2ext using (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1916651) and internal is back up again. Thanks!
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