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[Script][A2SD] Darktremor 2.7.5.3 Beta 04 [N1] (01/29/2011)

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MIUI has old 2.7.5 RC3 apps2sd. I don't think you can re-install any newer version on it.
Yes you can. I was running DT 2.7.5.2 on MIUI 11/19. You have to flash it right after the ROM/EngPack/XDApack prior to booting up. I got the fc on SD Card & Phone Storage but it's no big deal, just check space using root explorer.
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I am new to this apps2ext stuff and just installed successfully this script. I had also moved dalvik-cache to ext by "a2sd cachesd".

Earlier when I flashed a new CM6.1 nightly over my ROM, I had bootloop.

Question:- Do I need to prepare anything prior to flashing a new CM6 nightly ROM over my existing CM6 rom?

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You need to flash the a2sd script after flashing CM nightly.

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I am new to this apps2ext stuff and just installed successfully this script. I had also moved dalvik-cache to ext by "a2sd cachesd".

Earlier when I flashed a new CM6.1 nightly over my ROM, I had bootloop.

Question:- Do I need to prepare anything prior to flashing a new CM6 nightly ROM over my existing CM6 rom?

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And move cache back... and leave it there.
You meant move cache back permanently as ext partition not recommended or move cache back before flashing new rom?

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Yes, moving cache is not recommended under any circumstances unless you know exactly how the rom manages the cache.
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Now lets say I am satisfied with the cache being in my ext3 partition in cm6 rom. How can I prevent from bootlooping when I flash a new.nightly cm6 rom. After flashing a nightly cm6 rom, I did reflash the apps2ext script but still ended in bootloop.

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Thank you appreciate!

Now lets say I am satisfied with the cache being in my ext3 partition in cm6 rom. How can I prevent from bootlooping when I flash a new.nightly cm6 rom. After flashing a nightly cm6 rom, I did reflash the apps2ext script but still ended in bootloop.

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I have cache in ext3 in CM6 nightlies.
I flash nightly, flash apps2ext, and all works fine. I have no bootloops.

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I have cache in ext3 in CM6 nightlies.
I flash nightly, flash apps2ext, and all works fine. I have no bootloops.
Your dalvik-cache in sd or /cache?
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