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Question [Q] TWRP + Int2Ext script issue

I'm kinda fascinated that CM11 has been released for our Wildfire S I use TWRP 2.7.0.0 as it provides the ost features Only point is that i can't flash any Int2Ext scripts using TWRP, I already tried to find some valid informations about the reasons without success. Means i have to switch recoveries everytime I install a new rom. As my device with S-ON seems not to support any kind of "on-the-fly" recovery flashing BUT typing the flash command using Terminal Emulator, the easiest solution was to get a Int2Ext script thats flashable via TWRP.

Is it possible?

If its not --> Could someone please tell me why ?!


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I'm kinda fascinated that CM11 has been released for our Wildfire S I use TWRP 2.7.0.0 as it provides the ost features Only point is that i can't flash any Int2Ext scripts using TWRP, I already tried to find some valid informations about the reasons without success. Means i have to switch recoveries everytime I install a new rom. As my device with S-ON seems not to support any kind of "on-the-fly" recovery flashing BUT typing the flash command using Terminal Emulator, the easiest solution was to get a Int2Ext script thats flashable via TWRP.

Is it possible?

If its not --> Could someone please tell me why ?!


All valid informations are appreciated
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I'm kinda fascinated that CM11 has been released for our Wildfire S I use TWRP 2.7.0.0 as it provides the ost features Only point is that i can't flash any Int2Ext scripts using TWRP, I already tried to find some valid informations about the reasons without success. Means i have to switch recoveries everytime I install a new rom. As my device with S-ON seems not to support any kind of "on-the-fly" recovery flashing BUT typing the flash command using Terminal Emulator, the easiest solution was to get a Int2Ext script thats flashable via TWRP.

Is it possible?

If its not --> Could someone please tell me why ?!


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I have the same problem, AFASI from Google, it is because the updater-binary( or updater-binary?) of these scripts are toooo old, so TWRP just refused to flash.

I tried CWM, it could do it. However, it cannot wipe sd-ext which created by TWRP...Damn it
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I have the same problem, AFASI from Google, it is because the updater-binary( or updater-binary?) of these scripts are toooo old, so TWRP just refused to flash.

I tried CWM, it could do it. However, it cannot wipe sd-ext which created by TWRP...Damn it
I just installed TWRP and am unable to FORMAT\Partition my Sd card
 
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I have the same problem, AFASI from Google, it is because the updater-binary( or updater-binary?) of these scripts are toooo old, so TWRP just refused to flash.

I tried CWM, it could do it. However, it cannot wipe sd-ext which created by TWRP...Damn it
for deleting sd-ext partition connect your phone to pc(as mass storage) and use minitool partition wizard for deleting sd-ext partition
 
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I'm kinda fascinated that CM11 has been released for our Wildfire S I use TWRP 2.7.0.0 as it provides the ost features Only point is that i can't flash any Int2Ext scripts using TWRP, I already tried to find some valid informations about the reasons without success. Means i have to switch recoveries everytime I install a new rom. As my device with S-ON seems not to support any kind of "on-the-fly" recovery flashing BUT typing the flash command using Terminal Emulator, the easiest solution was to get a Int2Ext script thats flashable via TWRP.

Is it possible?

If its not --> Could someone please tell me why ?!


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Are you aware of any method to enable partition sd card option in the TWRP recovery 2.7.0.0 . The partition sd card option is removed from Advanced options. Please help
 
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for deleting sd-ext partition connect your phone to pc(as mass storage) and use minitool partition wizard for deleting sd-ext partition
negative way

whether the REC do partition or use GParted on linux, the ext4 part could NOT be wiped by the newest CWM REC built by Oliver. I had to give up it.
I think something went wrong with the building
 
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use older CWM
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negative way

whether the REC do partition or use GParted on linux, the ext4 part could NOT be wiped by the newest CWM REC built by Oliver. I had to give up it.
I think something went wrong with the building
Thats Right !!! I have used the older version of CWM with int2Ext4+ and the rom works like a butter
 
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Use Phil'z Touch recovery, everything works with it (sd-ext formatting, INT2EXT* flashing)
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2605331

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