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[Q] I have a problem with data being deleted on reboot?

23rd March 2014, 10:58 AM |#11  
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Um..how do I do that?

Do you have a custom recovery installed?
 
 
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Do you have a custom recovery installed?

Yes.Philz-Touch Modified, Advanced CWM Recovery. At least, that's whats stated in the Desire 601 root guide.
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Yes.Philz-Touch Modified, Advanced CWM Recovery. At least, that's whats stated in the Desire 601 root guide.

This recovery has a built-i feature to parttition sd-card. Pls keep in mind that all data on sd will be deleted during the process. i look out for a guide.

Your recovery / Rom (Kernel) has to support this feature. I can't find this information. So pls be patient. I'll pm you as soon as i found a safe solution.
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This recovery has a built-i feature to parttition sd-card. Pls keep in mind that all data on sd will be deleted during the process. i look out for a guide.

So I just have to do that? Just boot into recovery, then use the partition sd-card feature in my recovery, and then that's it? My sd card will be partitioned? Ok, then I download..Link2SD?
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This recovery has a built-i feature to parttition sd-card. Pls keep in mind that all data on sd will be deleted during the process. i look out for a guide.

Your recovery / Rom (Kernel) has to support this feature. I can't find this information. So pls be patient. I'll pm you as soon as i found a safe solution.

Oh sorry, I didn't see this post before I posted my reply. OK, thanks a lot.
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