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Use of F2FS for /data

1st April 2014, 08:52 AM |#31  
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Pls twrp with support f2fs for tilapia....

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19th May 2014, 04:49 PM |#32  
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So, to make a rom ALL-f2fs compatible, we just have to change /system and /data partitions format on fstab.grouper from ext4 to f2fs? Off course, on a device with already modified twrp recovery with f2fs tools....

Would interest me as well...

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19th May 2014, 05:54 PM |#33  
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So, to make a rom ALL-f2fs compatible, we just have to change /system and /data partitions format on fstab.grouper from ext4 to f2fs? Off course, on a device with already modified twrp recovery with f2fs tools....

Would interest me as well...

Well, there is more to that.
First, you have to have a kernel with the driver for F2FS compiled in. Next, you need to edit the fstab.grouper and change the format of /system, /cache and /data to F2FS. And then, in some cases, you need to modify the updater-script of the ROM so it won't format /system during the install as EXT4, but rather as F2FS.
The last thing is the reason I'm still on Data-F2FS instead of ALL-F2FS. I can still update my ROM via CMUpdater and then just install the kernel again, no need to unzip, change the updater-script and then zip again.
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19th May 2014, 06:01 PM |#34  
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Well, there is more to that.
First, you have to have a kernel with the driver for F2FS compiled in. Next, you need to edit the fstab.grouper and change the format of /system, /cache and /data to F2FS. And then, in some cases, you need to modify the updater-script of the ROM so it won't format /system during the install as EXT4, but rather as F2FS.
The last thing is the reason I'm still on Data-F2FS instead of ALL-F2FS. I can still update my ROM via CMUpdater and then just install the kernel again, no need to unzip, change the updater-script and then zip again.

Thanks! The thing is I am already on d-f2fs on Stock ROM, so I already have the drivers etc available, and since I don't use a custom ROM I also don't have problems woth stock...another thing, could sb give me a link to KOT49H only with root as update.zip?

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30th May 2014, 12:53 AM |#35  
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@ss2man44 - does this work when building a pure AOSP kernel? The patch applied but it just hangs when booting...
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Hi guys, im here to inform that i have issues with es file explorer, it seems to be that it doesnt move my files, either cyanogen mod explorer
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