Originally Posted by tutabeier
I have a tablet that has 250mb for system 7GB extra as internal memory (formated FAT32) and a SD card slot outside.
I partitioned the internal memory (internal SD card). The first partition (with 6Gb) I set primary/FAT32 and the second with 1Gb EXT2/primary.
I wish the Link2SD save apps on the second partition of the internal SD card. I wanted to keep my external SD card without partitioning.
Why I want to do this? Using the internal partition of 7GB is very annoying because it is very slow at USB transfer, and hardly use it. So instead of wasting space partition and my external SD card, I wanted to partition the internal SD card and also wanted the Link2SD utilizasse this internal SD card for apps.
Is this possible?
If this is not possible, I can unify the system partition with the 7Gb's partition, leaving the system with about 8GB of space?
That is possible. But as for the configuration or any requirement to make it work on your tablet, that I don't know. As you mentioned you have to SD Cards, right? An internal and external + the 250mb internal memory. Am I correct?
If you want to use your internal sd card, you can format it to EXT2, EXT3 or EXT4. FAT32 is supported by Link2SD but EXT partition is the native partition for Linux which Android OS is using.
After you format your internal sd card to EXT, tap on Menu> More> Recreate Mount Scripts and the choose the appropriate file system for your internal sd.
One thing I am not sure of is... If link2sd would be able to detect the correct sd card for mounting. If you format your internal sd to EXT file system, then you have a big chance that link2sd will read your internal sd as the right as card for mounting.
It is advisable that 2nd partition should not go over 1Gb, but you can experiment with higher values and let us know if it works.
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