Originally Posted by StheveO
But i cannot install apps, it keeps saying that i do not have enough space
Sent from my HTC Desire using xda app-developers app
How your Rom uses the partition depends on what a2sd script it uses.
Do you have a link to the rom thread? Traditionally you have to flash a separate a2sd script for cm7
With regards to your internal space you are currently still on stock hboot which is very inefficient. Even with an a2sd script you can still run out of space with your setup.
It has 250MB system size but currently you're only using ~140MB, wasting 110MB, still tiny 147MB internal space which you had before you rooted/s-off
You need to flash a different hboot using fastboot to use space more efficiently. With cm7r2 hboot it has 145MB system size, you'd waste only ~5MB on system and get bigger 287MB data (internal memory)
What I'd recommend assuming you already have titanium backup of apps and backed up contacts to Google:
- flash cm7r2 hboot using fastboot
- reboot to recovery
- full wipe as before (wipe all partitions except sdcard)
- flash cm7, reboot
- reboot back to recovery, flash compatible a2sd script which moves apps and dalvik cache to sd-ext
- restore apps etc
You still won't necessarily see your internal memory read 'internal+sd-ext', but apps should be moved automatically to the partition. Best way to check would be to install another app like DiskUsage to browse all your partitions
Device: Nexus 5
| ROM: OmniROM
| Recovery: TWRP
Retired: HTC Desire
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