Needless to say without using programs like link2sd or anything am I just not remembering the past correctly? I swear Cyanogen/AndroidOS used to just inherently write to free space on the mSD when internal memory was full (and of course you could manually Move to SD Card/Phone as well) but lately either I'm using too many apps or of the course of flashes and formats to the SD card I busted something...
So the only reason I THINK(?) it's because of something I did is because CWM 220.127.116.11 shows errors of "Skipping execution of extendedcommand, file not found" and "Can't partition non mmcblk device"?
The question I suppose is is there anyway without link2sd (or the like) to have programs automatically get placed on the mSD card when internal is full? I assume that's a pretty "normal" feature, no?
I feel as though it's something I did wrong over the course of a years worth of flashing, etc but can't seem to pull up any solid solutions.