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Is there any ways of changing back the /system and /data partition to it's old place?
400Mb it kinda small.
 
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No your stuck I'm afraid. Have a look at the Helly Bean rom which will use a different partition layout. That will have more space for apps.
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Just move apps to sd card in settings.
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Hi all!

Is there any ways of changing back the /system and /data partition to it's old place?
400Mb it kinda small.
you can mover few apps to system partition, this will give you more space.
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^And lag.

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Can't add all my apps to SD, because the OS would die of the lag.
It would be good to create a data forder in /system and link it to /data (it may be stupid).
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Can't add all my apps to SD, because the OS would die of the lag.
It would be good to create a data forder in /system and link it to /data (it may be stupid).
App data is stored on /data when you move to sd natively. The rest of the game has to be read, so no lag at all. data stays on fast chip.
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App data is stored on /data when you move to sd natively. The rest of the game has to be read, so no lag at all. data stays on fast chip.
But the data that stored on my lil bit slow class6 sdcard makes the system slow.
By the way I can't see that speed up after the partition change. I hope pawitp will change it back.
 
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Hi all!

Is there any ways of changing back the /system and /data partition to it's old place?
400Mb it kinda small.
You can do it yourself quite easily by compiling CM10 from source. All you need to do is revert the kernel and os changes that were made by Pawitp. After that you can build your own nightlies. Take a look at the guide to compiling CM10 from source thread. Also, here are the commits you'll need to revert:
https://github.com/CyanogenMod/andro...1122c95e6ca32b
https://github.com/CyanogenMod/andro...89e85f664e6a50
As you can see from my signature, I've already done this myself.
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You can do it yourself quite easily by compiling CM10 from source. All you need to do is revert the kernel and os changes that were made by Pawitp. After that you can build your own nightlies. Take a look at the guide to compiling CM10 from source thread. Also, here are the commits you'll need to revert:
https://github.com/CyanogenMod/andro...1122c95e6ca32b
https://github.com/CyanogenMod/andro...89e85f664e6a50
As you can see from my signature, I've already done this myself.
But if I would build my own nightly I couldn't use Devil kernel.

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