Originally Posted by FARSHOOD
any difference between pit files i mean that is it any relation between various pit files and amount of capacity we can achieve.
sorry, I don't completely understand what you are asking for...
But let try to answer anyway...
As I wrote in my first post:
"The number after "regain" describes how much kBytes are regained by this scheme compared against the original workaround."
My "standard" workaround leaves the complete former /system and /data partitions unused, because they can be bricked anywhere, so you loose about 3GB.
So, if you select the PIT with 1024000 in it's name, you loose 1GB less than that, 3GB - 1GB = 2GB.
We can do this, because in most cases the brick seems to "prefer" the beginning of the /data partition, so the end may be undamaged.
Note: there may be damages of other partitions, too.
So better check *all* partitions in adb with an appropriate file system check command (parted, e2fsck, fsck.vfat etc.).