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I have unintentionally deleted 11link2sd inside init.d foler while using this trick http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1808400
My internal memory usage used to be 2.5mb but now it is 111mb. Can anybody help me regarding this problem?
 
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I have unintentionally deleted 11link2sd inside init.d foler while using this trick http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1808400
My internal memory usage used to be 2.5mb but now it is 111mb. Can anybody help me regarding this problem?
Extract that file from your rom package and copy/move it to init.d folder, set permissions and reboot.
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Extract that file from your rom package and copy/move it to init.d folder, set permissions and reboot.
what is the permission for this sir?
 
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what is the permission for this sir?
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tried it and rebooted the device but still 110 mb used
 
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tried it and rebooted the device but still 110 mb used
Open link2sd app, press menu button and select "Storage info" and send me a screenshot of that.
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Open link2sd app, press menu button and select "Storage info" and send me a screenshot of that.
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oh..oh.. you will need to format your second partition and relink all the files again ..
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