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Drive [Q] [Help] Apply SD-ext to increase storage

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Yesterday I installed the newest version of Evervolv ROM of Android KitKat on my Nexus One.

I was reading that you can try "increasing" the amount of internal storage with your SD card (with an Ext4 partition). I have the 4EXT recovery. I did the partition (1GB), no 2nd partition either swap partition.

When I boot the OS, the partition doesn't apply to increase the storage?

Can you help me making this process Step-by-Step?

I would appreciate you knowledge
 
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Hi guys!

Yesterday I installed the newest version of Evervolv ROM of Android KitKat on my Nexus One.

I was reading that you can try "increasing" the amount of internal storage with your SD card (with an Ext4 partition). I have the 4EXT recovery. I did the partition (1GB), no 2nd partition either swap partition.

When I boot the OS, the partition doesn't apply to increase the storage?

Can you help me making this process Step-by-Step?

I would appreciate you knowledge
I'm not sure but I think the procedure is:

"...open terminal:

/> su
/> a2sd install
/> y
/> y (or n if you want the data in the internal memory
/> y

When you type a2sd you must answer three questions, the last y is for reboot."

Copied from Evervolve Kitkat 4.4 thread, page 41

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I'm not sure but I think the procedure is:

"...open terminal:

/> su
/> a2sd install
/> y
/> y (or n if you want the data in the internal memory
/> y

When you type a2sd you must answer three questions, the last y is for reboot."

Copied from Evervolve Kitkat 4.4 thread, page 41

HTH
Thanks! I was thinking that the cellphone made the internal partition "larger" on the settings, but it's kind of abstract that partition.

I used Mount2SD. And the recovery y installed again CWM.

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