[Q] NexusS: Custom partitioning (getting rid of sd)
Sick of the separate userdata and fakesd partitions and familiar with Nexus 4's way of doing things (only userdata), I've tried to repartition my device.
The way I went about it was by booting a recovery (twrp), and, via adb shell, sharing the whole mmcblk0 via usb_mass_storage. It is a GPT partition table, so I used gparted, got rid of the "media" partition and then resized the userdata partition to cover all the gained space.
However, the whole partition layout resets (ouch) when I reboot at all. I do not know who if it's the bootloader or recovery's fault, only that any changes I make to the GPT partition table go away after I reboot.
I'd appreciate some intel if any of you know what's actually going on.