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ES File Explorer 16 72.73%
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[GUIDE][9/3/2014] ES File explorer for copy and pasting script, give permissions.

OP shubhojit89

9th March 2014, 08:05 PM   |  #1  
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Many of the users face copy and paste of the scripts in system/etc/init.d folder.

So though of making a guide for it.


I personally use es file explorer as i find it easy..

For list of scripts check the second post

So open es file explorer

Touch option key right of home key.

Go to tools-> Root explorer -> Click on off button it will ask for permission allow it-> now again tap on root explore-> select mount R/W set it from RO to RW

Now copy the script by long pressing the script/file in the bottom you will see copy option tap on it now go to paste to system/etc/init.d/Here and paste it(You will see 3 options at the bottom Paste , New ,Cancel ).. Select paste..

After pasting select the file by long pressing on it-> Tap on more -> Select properties Go to permissions-> Tap on change -> Tick on all the check boxes all 9 not the bottom 3..

Reboot your device.. Vola!! Memory increased.. You can check in settings-> Apps

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It will encourage me to make more helpful guides
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9th March 2014, 08:06 PM   |  #2  
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Second Methos and List of scripts
If you dont want to copy paste the scripts and all.

Follow the following steps:
1. Open the ROM zip. Dont extract. Just let it be open.
2. Drag and drop the 40int2ext file in system/etc/init.d in the opened zip.
3. It will ask to add or something like this. Press ok.
4. Close the zip.
5. Flash the ROM.
6. Done

List Of Scripts check Original Thread

Plz note m not creator of the script m just sharing his work thank the developer

As we want internel memory increase we need 2 partitions.

1.FAT32
2. Ext2/3/4

Quote:

Prerequisites:

-Rooted Rom with init.d support
-SD-EXT partition
-100mb internal is needed for every 500mb sd-ext

List of scripts:

1.INT2EXT
-Mounts /sd-ext to /data
-Works with EXT 2/3/4 filesystems
-ZipAligns /data/app on every boot
-No symlinks

Download Link for INT2EXT : Here

2.INT2EXT+
-Mounts /sd-ext to /data
-Leaves /data/data on internal for speed
-Works with EXT 2/3/4 filesystems
-ZipAligns /data/app on every boot
-No symlinks

Download Link for INT2EXT+ : Here

3.INT2EXT4
-Mounts /sd-ext to /data
-Works with EXT 4 filesystem
-ZipAligns /data/app on every boot
-No symlinks

Download Link for INT2EXT4 : Here

4.INT2EXT4+
-Mounts /sd-ext to /data
-Leaves /data/data on internal for speed
-Works with EXT 4 filesystem
-ZipAligns /data/app on every boot
-No symlinks

Download Link for INT2EXT4+ : Here

5.INT2EXTV2+
-Mounts /sd-ext to /data
-Leaves /data/data on internal for speed
-Works with EXT 2/3/4 filesystems
-ZipAligns /data/app on every boot
-No symlinks
-Supports SWAP2INT

Download Link for INT2EXTV2+ : Here


NOTE : Before flashing any new script please delete the old one or your device will bootloop. Please extract the 40int2ext in zip file(system/etc/init.d) then paste the script in your rom. If you want to flash via recovery then Mount /system partition from recovery.. Then flash the zip if still no memory increased then follow procedure in first step.
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25th August 2014, 09:22 AM   |  #3  
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Talking Thanks!!!! Worked greatly!!!!
Dude, After Searching A Lot, U provided me with the best solution.... 2gb internal memory increased... Very Thrilled, Man... 1 Thanks Is not enough for you man, You deserve much more!!!
26th August 2014, 11:20 AM   |  #4  
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Thumbs up thnx bro..
Quote:
Originally Posted by shubhojit89

If you dont want to copy paste the scripts and all.

Follow the following steps:
1. Open the ROM zip. Dont extract. Just let it be open.
2. Drag and drop the 40int2ext file in system/etc/init.d in the opened zip.
3. It will ask to add or something like this. Press ok.
4. Close the zip.
5. Flash the ROM.
6. Done

List Of Scripts check Original Thread

Plz note m not creator of the script m just sharing his work thank the developer

As we want internel memory increase we need 2 partitions.

1.FAT32
2. Ext2/3/4



NOTE : Before flashing any new script please delete the old one or your device will bootloop. Please extract the 40int2ext in zip file(system/etc/init.d) then paste the script in your rom. If you want to flash via recovery then Mount /system partition from recovery.. Then flash the zip if still no memory increased then follow procedure in first step.

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