Originally Posted by JMailuhu
I know and i've seen the link, but i started with the ROOT part from that website as i thought the S-OFF part came after the rooting process.
I just installed CM7.2 and everything worked fine.
I partitioned the SD card in the CWM menu but i didn't knew what size to pick so i went with 1024mb and 256mb cache.
Im glad cm works and my app space is 151mb however on first boot there was 148mn available and now after a reboot & googleplay store only 56mb is left????
Well atleast i can move apps to SD (i guess)
edit: I flashed Beanstalk 4.4 (release 4.5) with jmcclue's 250/5/182 hboot & 4EXT Recovery. Everything works perfect.
You've rushed into it without following instructions or understanding how things work................
- You shouldn't partition with cwm as it often makes badly aligned partitions (they don't work)
- You don't need to partition with cache as the ROM needs to be programmed use it, and has limited benefit anyway
- You're not actually using your partition if you don't flash an a2sd script or use an app to actually move things to the partition of the sdcard. Your 'move to sd' is moving part of the app to the original fat32 part of your sdcard, exactly the same as before you even rooted/s-off i.e no gain...
- You should have flashed a different hboot before you flashed the ROM as you're wasting space on /system, which is also why your seeing low memory already. Again you have exactly the same amount of internal space as before you rooted/s-off....
- please flash 4ext recovery as instructed
- completely backup and re-partition your sdcard from scratch with that recovery, no swap or cache
- learn to flash cm7r2 hboot with fastboot, instructions in the earlier guide you found
- full wipe and reinstall cm7 ROM again
- flash a2sd script or use an app such as s2e to move future apps to your sd partition (sd-ext)
- Keep apps on internal to trick them to sd-ext, your memory won't necessarily appear expanded, but your partition is working
- install an app like DiskUsage to understand how all your memory is being used in the first place...
Seems a lot but you should have read and done this in the first place
you can do it correctly now or run into trouble later when you have no idea why...
EDIT: only saw your edit after my initial reply.
Some of my points still stand...please at least understand how
your memory is being used (DiskUsage)