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New and improved Apps to SD(more stable, more powerful, etc) Tutorial

31st May 2009, 08:19 PM |#991  
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okay, I copied both the AppstoSD2.zip AND the extracted files to my SD card and it says AppstoSD2.apk No such file or directory.

furthermore, when I unzip it its not an apk but a few files and a few folders:
AndroidManifest.xml
classes.dex
META-INF (folder)
res (folder)
resources.arsc

Please help

Don't unzip it... just rename it toAppstoSD2.apk
 
 
31st May 2009, 08:48 PM |#992  
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God, i been dying to A2SD but i read nothing but small issues which i dont want to deal with... Hopefully this will become even better and more stable. Till then ill stick with my 20mb free.
1st June 2009, 02:14 AM |#993  
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these are the best folders to move for optimal space and speed
This is the old school way but the exact order to do it in maybe scripts can be modded.

cp -a /system/app system/sd/app
mv /system/sd/app /system/sd/appsys

<<<hero only>>> cp -a /system/app_s /system/sd

cp -a /data/app /system/sd
cp -a /data/app-private /system/sd
cp -a /data/dalvik-cache /system/sd

reboot in recovery
mount system

rm -rf /system/app
<<hero>> rm -rf /system/app_s

ln -s /system/sd/appsys /system/app
ln -s /system/sd/app_s /system/app_s

mount data

rm -rf /data/app
rm -rf /data/app-private
rm -rf /data/dalvik-cache

ln -s /system/sd/app /data/app
ln -s /system/sd/app-private /data/app-private
ln -s /system/sd/dalvik-cache /data/dalvik-cache
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1st June 2009, 02:34 AM |#994  
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Any known issues with moving dalvik cache to sd? I have app and app-private on sd now. Thanks!
1st June 2009, 02:53 AM |#995  
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seems like i bricked my phone with this, better explanation here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...28#post3869528

any help would be appreciated.
1st June 2009, 02:58 AM |#996  
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after a wipe to the dudes build.. i install mybackup pro so i can upload apps2sd app onto my phone

when i move apps2sd all of my apps from the market including mybackup pro are erased off my phone and if i restart my phone it'll stay in a loop

is this an issue with my sd card ? thanks in advance
1st June 2009, 03:18 AM |#997  
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There's definitely seems to be some performance issues with unionfs.

I can get my g1 to lock up if I'm running unionfs with apps/app-private/dalvik-cache on the sd card by doing the following:

1. Play IMEEM in the background
2. Go to this website


http://blogs.suntimes.com/ebert/2009...beautiful.html

If I do the same thing with everything in internal flash or using symlink a2sd method, I don't get the same lockup.

I'm sticking with symlinks for now.

I also see more menu lagging with unionfs. Meaning if I press "menu", it takes a split second to come up, while using symlinks its faster.
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1st June 2009, 04:31 AM |#998  
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I always thought the stuttering was just something I was doing.

AUFS seems to be reported as better. Any chance of switching to that other than using cyanogen's build?
1st June 2009, 04:35 AM |#999  
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I always thought the stuttering was just something I was doing.

AUFS seems to be reported as better. Any chance of switching to that other than using cyanogen's build?

tried the aufs boot img from cynaogen and get the same problems.
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i ran the appstosd2 app and partitioned my card and my internal memory says like 775mb. The first page is a bit confusing though im not sure which step to pick up the process on after running the app. anybody want to throw me a bone? thanks
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