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Is there a ROM that breaks the 150mb /data/data barrier?

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Default Is there a ROM that breaks the 150mb /data/data barrier?

Are there any roms or other easy ways to increase the size of the partition /data/data on the Droid Incredible? To this day, all I really find are ways to save space in there. That's been covered - everything from Cachemate to not using certain apps. I want to know if there are any roms out there that use space from internal or other areas and reroute them so that /data/data shows more space. Any help would be appreciated.
 
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There's a Q&A section. That's the place for, well, Q&A.
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Why, developing one? Lol just kidding. But seriously, proper thread placement is beneficial for everyone. You'd get answers instead of people telling you to place this elsewhere, the devs don't get their forum crowded with off topic threads, the mods don't have to bother moving threads around, and I don't have to post explanations lol. Sorry if I came across as a dick, just trying to help out.

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Okay. Will do that. Lets see if it goes the way of every other question I ever put in the Q&A forum, ignored despite it being a question I know a lot of people have.
 
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Okay. Will do that. Lets see if it goes the way of every other question I ever put in the Q&A forum, ignored despite it being a question I know a lot of people have.
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Okay. Will do that. Lets see if it goes the way of every other question I ever put in the Q&A forum, ignored despite it being a question I know a lot of people have.
Try the application "Not Enough Space" in the Market. It will enable relocating contents from \data\data to emmc, cache, sd card or a custom partition. I have used since Froyo, and it was a prime motivator for rooting my Incredible.

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