Originally Posted by hertsjoatmon
Just realised I can convert apps to system apps using Titanium backup. That should enable me to make use of the space in that "System ROM" partition correct?
I can't test it at the moment as I'm at work, can't get online and its saying its only available with the donated version (which I have paid for).
I figured I could make Facebook, Twitter, Antutu and other apps system apps to free up space on my "Internal+Media" Partition.
I also use folder mount to store large games on my external sd, I just figure if there is space available on the system partition I'd like to make use of it.
You can also backup the app, remove the app and reinstall it from play if available as a downloaded app, which may allow moving to SD within the system. Using Civato's rom, there should be less system apps than stock, but for the most part, I would remove apps that you can get from play and install them from play if needed.
Yes moving them into system using Ti backup pro would free up emulated SD storage, and SD card as well.
Though I have a number of apps that store 300mb+ of data, that I have no control over in storing. I have used a number of movers but none really work well. Maybe because of Samsung's implementation of storage, who knows.
I know you want to speed up your large drawings, but there is a limit to tablets made before 2014, I would expect waiting for 2015's latest tablets to upgrade. I am not too gung ho on 2014's tablets as of yet. Sure 2Ghz is faster and all, just would like to see faster throughput in the data channels and USB3 or Firewire2 capabilities. The only way to get something like that is through convertible notebooks.
tablets are still being made like phones... not much to be overwhelmed into being a work device, more like a gizmo if anything. I wish companies would stop playing around trying to make things look better, and start producing better internal design. I know android kills that process, but Ubuntu seems like the best alternative on tablets over android.