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Why does my phone use my internal SDcard as the main sdcard? In total commander the phone sees 2 sdcards. How can i delete the internal sdcard?
 
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Why does my phone use my internal SDcard as the main sdcard? In total commander the phone sees 2 sdcards. How can i delete the internal sdcard?
JB doesn't support move-to-SD. You can only use the internal as main storage
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JB doesn't support move-to-SD. You can only use the internal as main storage
It's not about that. I just rooted and I think CWM saved backup on internal sdcard.

Can I make the phone use my external sdcard? Or delete the internal sdcard altogether?

Edit: I am afraid to change the rom because I cant find the place CWM backuped.
 
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If you boot into CWM and choose backup and restore and then Restore you will find your backup.
Most of the time the backups are stored in SDcard/CWM/Backups
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If you boot into CWM and choose backup and restore and then Restore you will find your backup.
Most of the time the backups are stored in SDcard/CWM/Backups
In CWM you can chose where it will store backup files. You can choice between backup on internal or external (marked as sdcard1) storage.
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Backup and backup to external SD card (atleast on my Samsung Galaxy S+)
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