/system full with 4/28 update
I see that you noticed that we're over size on /system with the 4/28 update.
Is there some way to reduce the size of files put there or can we repartition the NAND to put more space in /system? Poking around, I found:
/system 248.0M 248.0M 40.0K 4096
/data 748.0M 225.8M 522.2M 4096
/data/data 149.0M 6.0M 143.0M 4096
/cache 196.8M 16.3M 180.6M 4096
According to dmesg:
Creating 7 MTD partitions on "msm_nand":
0x00001ff60000-0x000020000000 : "misc"
0x000004240000-0x0000046c0000 : "recovery"
0x0000046c0000-0x0000049c0000 : "boot"
0x0000049c0000-0x0000141c0000 : "system"
0x00001fec0000-0x00001ff60000 : "local"
0x0000141c0000-0x0000169c0000 : "cache"
0x0000169c0000-0x00001fec0000 : "datadata"
It looks like there is space on the mtd--or we should. For a 1GB NAND device, we're not even using half of it--or something is formatting things wrong/misinterpreting block sizes.
/data/data could be shrunk so that system can be expanced.
Edited: Searching through teardowns and other solid info online makes me believe that all the common data for the NAND on this device got it wrong. The NAND chip is a 4Gb chip in a 256KBx16 configuration.