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Default [Q] Re-partition /system

Hi, how I can re-partition / system ?
I want install this ROM http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2145187 , but I need custom partition for install this ROM

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Default How to partition your system (u8800)

WARNING: This zip will wipe your internal sdcard!!

I have attached the zip for that. Follow these steps:

1. Download the zip and put it on your sdcard
2. Go into recovery and reboot recovery
3. Flash the zip
4. Reboot Recovery again
5. Flash the zip again
6. Reboot your phone
7. Enjoy!

Now you will be able to flash bigger roms. Please note:

***I am not responsible for any damage this causes to your phone!!***

Yes, I have tried this and my phone is already partitioned with this method.

EDIT: I have also attached the zip for returning to stock partition. Flash it with the same steps above.

EDIT: Please not that when you go back to stock partition, you must flash a ROM that doesn't need system partition! (good example is official gingerbread)
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So, did it work?
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So, did it work?
I am waiting for stable version of CM 10.1 without bugs, after it I Re-partiton /system and install the ROM.
 
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I am waiting for stable version of CM 10.1 without bugs, after it I Re-partiton /system and install the ROM.
I think it is better if you do it now, then you wouldn't have to do it later. After re-partitioning the system, I have just left my phone like that. So, I don't have to worry about the size of the rom. I can install any rom without worrying about its size.

But it's your choice. Do what you like
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I have attached the zip for that. Follow these steps:

1. Download the zip and put it on your sdcard
2. Go into recovery and reboot recovery
3. Flash the zip
4. Reboot Recovery again
5. Flash the zip again
6. Reboot your phone
7. Enjoy!

Now you will be able to flash bigger roms. Please note:

***I am not responsible for any damage this causes to your phone!!***

Yes, I have tried this and my phone is already partitioned with this method.
And how can we return to stock partitions?
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I have attached the zip for that. Follow these steps:

1. Download the zip and put it on your sdcard
2. Go into recovery and reboot recovery
3. Flash the zip
4. Reboot Recovery again
5. Flash the zip again
6. Reboot your phone
7. Enjoy!

Now you will be able to flash bigger roms. Please note:

***I am not responsible for any damage this causes to your phone!!***

Yes, I have tried this and my phone is already partitioned with this method.
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And how can we return to stock partitions?
Yes, I have added the stock partition flashable zip to the post with the steps.
Phone: Samsung Galaxy S II GT-I9100T (Vodafone AU)
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Which partitions does this affect?

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