So how did I get here? Well... I had been using that CM10.1 rom, which was quite shexy and all, but the lack of camera and the constant crashing that required a reset made it too unreliable for my use. I decided to downgrade back to Honeycomb and everything seemed to point towards StreakDroid-HD7-R8, but things went a little sideways and I ended up in a boot loop. Perhaps I shouldn't be fiddling with things when I'm so shleepy. Anyways I got my paws on a stock rom and managed to install it with fastboot and recovery. Everything looked fine and I went ahead with setting it up and installing apps, until I got errors about the SD not having enough space to install some apps when it really should've had plenty. I rooted it, tried clearing caches, formatted it, but there was no change except for me having to install all my apps again. Oh yeah, I couldn't backup in Titanium either. So here I am.
Perhaps the SD is dying, perhaps I corrupted it with my fiddling, maybe it's something to do with the partitioning, maybe it's something else? If anyone has any ideas or suggestions, please share.
Also, if the SD is to be retired, is there anyway of redirecting apps which would normally use the internal SD use the external instead, for example the camera app?
Thanks in advance.