Originally Posted by crendot
put the old card out of the phone
insert it into a cardreader
start a linux of your choice(maybe Gparted-livecd) and mount your hdd and the sd-fat32 and sd-ext
now copy everything from the 2partitions on you harddisk
unmount the sd
put the new one in
if you use already use gparted its easy, make at the first part (left side) the fat 32 partition
than partition the rest as ext (would suggest ext-3 best suported) ~1gb
after this move the fat part on the fat partition and the ext on the ext partition
you should be done
Originally Posted by ranasrule
I just got a new 16gb Microsd card and want to shift everything from my old 8gb one....thing is i used the old one for AP2SD and Davlick to SD.....is there any way to "clone" the card so that i dont lose any apps and settings ?
Well, it sounds easy, but I'm afraid it is not. (it seemed to me like my ROM held some kind of partition table with it, in which was defined how big the partitions were and which filetype they were in).
So after partitioning my new SD-card, different size and lay-out, my Phone did not want to mount the SD-card...
I tried this before and it didn't work.
I ended up doing a disc to disc copy (image cloning) from my 8gb to 16gb sd and only then it worked.
I used Acronis true image to get the job done.
Burn this iso on disc, insert both SD-cards in pc and boot from the hirens boot disc. Then select imaging tools in the menu, select acronis
In acronis you select disk to disk copy or disk cloning and then select source (old SD), then proportional cloning, then select destination (new SD).
Should take about an hour.
If you need help, shout plz.
I will try to make a tutorial when I get home from work, or maybe later.