Originally Posted by SweJap
I connected my HTC, choosed active sync and checked if there was any active connection between Linux and the phone to start follow the guide you linked to.
My phone doesnt show up and can't find a answer to why. You might know what the problem could be?
windows mobile won't work with linux (active sync). you need active sync on in windows before you boot android to have a connection with android and the computer (windows or linux). however if you are trying to partition your sdcard, you simply keep the phone in windows mobile, plug it in via usb and select the mass storage option (usb drive). this will show it as a drive in linux and you can use gparted from there.
what are you trying to do?
if you are doing xdandroid build, the latest build does not use more than one partition. if you are using the neopeek build, it has an installer that takes care of everything for you.
Model: Samsung Galaxy S3
ROM: changing all the time right now