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[HACK] Grow your data partition

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25th December 2014, 02:17 PM   |  #51  
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Seems like you went trough quite a roller-coaster there mate. Glad it worked out eventually. Open a new topic for your battery issue, I have no clue about that one.
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Thanks for this guide, I succeeded even though I did get some unexpected warnings like the one about the bad magic number as someone reported earlier in this thread. But I just continued and all seems to be fine.
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So everyone is transforming their 2GB userdata into 4GB. What if I wanted 5 or 6? What changes should I do?

This for 6 GB?

Code:
mkpart primary 1325 7469
name 20 userdata
mkpart primary 7469 7478
name 21 persist
mkpart primary 7478 8015
name 22 cache
mkpart primary 8015 8016
name 23 misc
mkpart primary 8016 8027
name 24 recovery
mkpart primary 8027 8060
name 25 reserve1
mkpart primary 8060  8067
name 26 reserve2
mkpart primary 8067 8076
name 27 reserve3
mkpart primary 8076 8110
name 28 reserve4
mkpart primary 8110MB  100%
name 29 sdcard
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I received this from rokahaal for 6GB (confirmed to be working by him), seem to be the same so you should be good to go:

Code:
mkpart primary 1325 7469
name 20 userdata
mkpart primary 7469 7478
name 21 persist
mkpart primary 7478 8015
name 22 cache
mkpart primary 8015 8016
name 23 misc
mkpart primary 8016 8027
name 24 recovery
mkpart primary 8027 8060
name 25 reserve1
mkpart primary 8060 8067
name 26 reserve2
mkpart primary 8067 8076
name 27 reserve3
mkpart primary 8076 8110
name 28 reserve4
mkpart primary 8110MB 100%
name 29 sdcard
For pretty much any other size head over to the Oppoforums (I'll include the link in the guide later): http://www.oppoforums.com/threads/gu...32#post-310870 - All sizes from 1 up to 20 GB are written down here. I've not tried these numbers myself but they should be fine.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Vashiru

I received this from rokahaal for 6GB (confirmed to be working by him), seem to be the same so you should be good to go:

Code:
mkpart primary 1325 7469
name 20 userdata
mkpart primary 7469 7478
name 21 persist
mkpart primary 7478 8015
name 22 cache
mkpart primary 8015 8016
name 23 misc
mkpart primary 8016 8027
name 24 recovery
mkpart primary 8027 8060
name 25 reserve1
mkpart primary 8060 8067
name 26 reserve2
mkpart primary 8067 8076
name 27 reserve3
mkpart primary 8076 8110
name 28 reserve4
mkpart primary 8110MB 100%
name 29 sdcard
For pretty much any other size head over to the Oppoforums (I'll include the link in the guide later): http://www.oppoforums.com/threads/gu...32#post-310870 - All sizes from 1 up to 20 GB are written down here. I've not tried these numbers myself but they should be fine.

Yeah, I saw that at oppo forums but did not understand it. I made this 6GB version considering the sizes for each partition.

Besides that the rest of the process is the same? I'm going to try this for the 16GB version of the Oppo Find 5. Wish me luck! Hope it works.
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Yeah the procedure is exactly the same besides those values. Good luck!
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