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(Q) root folder size

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18th March 2014, 02:07 PM   |  #1  
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I am on MJ7, rooted with Safestrap. I softbricked my phone and did the no-wipe method of restoring my phone. My root folder size used to be a total of 1.5 GB. I noticed that after restoring my phone it was .97 GB. I thought something had gone wrong so I backed up in internal memory onto my pc and did a full-wipe restore. I still have .97 GB total for my root folder. What am I doing wrong? How can I get it back to 1.5 GB?

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I answered my own dumb question. The root folder is the size of your slots data system size that your select, minus the 300 mb cache size. I made my slots smaller so of course the root folder was smaller. Sorry about that.
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