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Hi i had the SD Partitioned and when i tried backup sd-ext it gives an error: No sd-ext found. Skipping backup of sd-ext.

So i wiped my SD Card using Android format, and all Partitions was deleted.

So when i try to Partition SD Card using CWM (Cyanogenmod Recovery) it says that is formatting but only pass 2 seconds and it says is all done, but is not my sd stays the same.

I'm using KitKat 4.4 for Galaxy Y (CyanoCream 4) and Whitexp last Kernel with 16GB Class 10 MicroSD.

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use minitool partition wizard for windows . u can download it

use it to deleted any partition on sd card and recreated new partition of FAT32 format . then if u want 2nd partition created new partition too (when u make 1st partition save space for 2nd partition) with ext2/3/4 it u choice . after finish apply it and done

note - backup all u sdcard data/files/etc before u started
 
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use minitool partition wizard for windows . u can download it

use it to deleted any partition on sd card and recreated new partition of FAT32 format . then if u want 2nd partition created new partition too (when u make 1st partition save space for 2nd partition) with ext2/3/4 it u choice . after finish apply it and done

note - backup all u sdcard data/files/etc before u started
Thanks but that i'll not solve the CWM Error: No sd-ext found. Skipping backup of sd-ext.

The issue i'm trying to solve is to make CWM Work with SD-Ext, Partition SD and Backup SD-Ext inside CWM.
 
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Hi i had the SD Partitioned and when i tried backup sd-ext it gives an error: No sd-ext found. Skipping backup of sd-ext.

So i wiped my SD Card using Android format, and all Partitions was deleted.

So when i try to Partition SD Card using CWM (Cyanogenmod Recovery) it says that is formatting but only pass 2 seconds and it says is all done, but is not my sd stays the same.

I'm using KitKat 4.4 for Galaxy Y (********* 4) and Whitexp last Kernel with 16GB Class 10 MicroSD.

Can anybody help me?
to start off with you are not using kitkat 4.4 - you are using gingerbread 2.3.6 that is themed to look like kitkat

secondly you are using a banned rom so no support here from xda

thirdly you can only backup sd ext with kernels that support backing up of sd ext - whites kernel does so unless you formatted your sd card in an unsupported way - best to create the 2nd partition in cwm

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is that a banned rom i not know it . maybe it me never searching for rom .
 
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to start off with you are not using kitkat 4.4 - you are using gingerbread 2.3.6 that is themed to look like kitkat

secondly you are using a banned rom so no support here from xda

thirdly you can only backup sd ext with kernels that support backing up of sd ext - whites kernel does so unless you formatted your sd card in an unsupported way - best to create the 2nd partition in cwm
I used Android to format my sd, is formated as fat32, CWM SD-Ext Backup should work.
 
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I used Android to format my sd, is formated as fat32, CWM SD-Ext Backup should work.
no it wont - as you havent created a 2nd ext sd card partition if you have just formatted as fat32 without creating the 2nd sd card partition in cwm

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As has been mentioned , Cyanocream ROM is banned on XDA.

Therefore , there can be no discussion on the subject.

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