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first of all all the tools and steps in this post is not mine . i had tried to bring all these things in to one thread

note:first thing first ,follow the steps from A,B,.....D
A-rooting

1-download framroot
2-install framroot
3-open framroot
4-u have to select install supersu
5-then select gandalf exploit wait for few seconds a pop up message comes sucess ..........
6-do nothing the phone will reboot itself when the phone turns on u will see super su is installed and u have ur xperia m rooted

note: some time ur phone will b rooted with the first attempt but i had tried these steps 3 times to get rooted my xperia m for the first time first time . but some time u will get rooted ur phone with single attempt so dont worry

B-busybox

1-download busybox
2-install busybox and open it wait for some time and grand super su request
3-wait for some time busybox loads tweaks after loading completes there is a install button on bottom left corner click install then choose normal
4-busy box installs tweaks after compleation of installation sucess popup message comes
5-installation of busy box is sucessfull

note:some time the phone will reboot in between the busybox installation dont worry follow from the 3rd steps. this is because of the system folder read write error

C-reboot fix (sucessfull system read/write)

1-download reboot fix.rar
2-unrar it on ur pc
3-turn on usb debugging on ur phone and connect to ur pc(sony pc companion should b installed in ur pc)
4-run supersu.bat
5-follow the instructions on the pc screen

note:without sucessful busybox installation the reboot fix will not work try these reboot fix steps several times if u r not sucessful

D-swapping internal memory

1-download extsd2internalsd_xz.txt and scriptmanager
2-install scriptmanager
3-copy the .txt file to /data folder
4-open scriptmanager and select browse as root and grand supersu permissions
5-navigate to /data folder on scriptmanager and long press the extsd2internal_xz.txt and select open As... then select Script/Executable
6-then select su and boot and select save
7-suddenly the .txt file will turn to yellow colour turn off ur phone annd turn on u will see a swapped internal to external sd

note:if the reboot fix is not sucessful ur phone will constantly reboot after the 7th step then u have to uninstall the script manager to solve this


this is how i done all these thanks for all the all orginal developers who found these tweaks
Thank u very much why usb gets unmounted after applying this script??
 
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Default WTH, My Internal and External Storage

My Internal and External Storage shows only 2.05 GB
I am using a 16 GB Class 10 SD Card

Can someone tell how to fix this??
 
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My Internal and External Storage shows only 2.05 GB
I am using a 16 GB Class 10 SD Card

Can someone tell how to fix this??
Run script again click save
immediatly power off and switch on ur mobile and wait for some time
 
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Run script again click save
immediatly power off and switch on ur mobile and wait for some time

When i run the text file, the following message shows-
exec sh '/storage/sdcard0/data/extsd2internalsd_xz.txt
ge/sdcard0/data/extsd2internalsd_xz.txt'
mount: No such file or directory



This is whats written in that txt file-

mount -t vfat -o umask=0000 /dev/block/vold/179:33

/storage/sdcard0
mount -o bind /data/media /storage/sdcard1


Help plz, i so regret this move, i think i ruined my phone....shouldn't have risked it...
 
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When i run the text file, the following message shows-
exec sh '/storage/sdcard0/data/extsd2internalsd_xz.txt
ge/sdcard0/data/extsd2internalsd_xz.txt'
mount: No such file or directory



This is whats written in that txt file-

mount -t vfat -o umask=0000 /dev/block/vold/179:33

/storage/sdcard0
mount -o bind /data/media /storage/sdcard1


Help plz, i so regret this move, i think i ruined my phone....shouldn't have risked it...
1.Rename script from 'extsd2internalsd_xz.txt' to 'extsd2internalsd_xz' and move to system/etc/init.d folder.

2.Download Universal Init.d
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...l.init.d&hl=en

3.Open & Activate.

4.Reboot.

5.Check Storage.
 
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1.Rename script from 'extsd2internalsd_xz.txt' to 'extsd2internalsd_xz' and move to system/etc/init.d folder.

2.Download Universal Init.d
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...l.init.d&hl=en

3.Open & Activate.

4.Reboot.

5.Check Storage.
When i try moving the file to system/tc/init.d i get a DANGER warning that i may brick my device...so i chose the SAFE ACTION and i get an error- "Unable process following files/sdcard/data/extsd2internalsd_xz"
Plz help..should i take the risk and select the BRICK option?
 
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When i try moving the file to system/tc/init.d i get a DANGER warning that i may brick my device...so i chose the SAFE ACTION and i get an error- "Unable process following files/sdcard/data/extsd2internalsd_xz"
Plz help..should i take the risk and select the BRICK option?
Ok
I tried that and I got same error.
sorry for that.
first enable universal init.d
then using root explorer rename and move to system/etc/init.d.
and then reboot.
that's how I manage to swap.

there no use of script manager here.
 
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Ok
I tried that and I got same error.
sorry for that.
first enable universal init.d
then using root explorer rename and move to system/etc/init.d.
and then reboot.
that's how I manage to swap.

there no use of script manager here.
Bro, u are not getting what i said... When i move to system/etc/init.d i get a prompt

I clicked the SAFE ACTION option and the copy failed, Should i try clicking the BRICK option? Is there a risk..
What did u click?
 
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i will try this method but what if I softbrick my Xperia M? any download link for latest M firmware
 
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Does anyone know if this will work on an operator locked phone, or will this method still not work if you're locked?

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