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[Q] External memory swap with internal memory kitkat

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2nd March 2014, 06:48 PM   |  #11  
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It should be in kernel settings, and use an app like es file Explorer to move it with root permissions

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It should be in kernel settings, and use an app like es file Explorer to move it with root permissions

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Do u mind telling me all the step?

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How? Btw the reading speed is 128kb. How to increase the speed of reading?

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go to sys->devices->virtual->bdi->179:0->read_ahead_kb

use any file manager you have with roots rights to change the value
put 1024 or 2048 not higher
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How to move xposed to system partition?

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When I reboot the phone sometime it will go wild like example all the apps lost. What should I do to prevent the kind of thing happen ?
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He's not talking about RAM, more like data partition. Download mount2sd from play store. Before you do make sure you have a 1gb ext4 partition on your sd card as a second partition. This can be done in 4ext

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Do you have any recommended way to do the partition? Cause last week I do the partition and used An app call mount2sd. However few days later everything gone wrong.

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Do you have any recommended way to do the partition? Cause last week I do the partition and used An app call mount2sd. However few days later everything gone wrong.

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try with link2sd app

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