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27th February 2011, 04:40 AM   |  #501  
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can you add a clean up for unneeded dalvik cache for ext2 for unneeded files

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27th February 2011, 01:18 PM   |  #502  
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Originally Posted by Kierrok

I think you should backup the ext2 partition to the fat32 one and then just copy the contents of the fat32 partition to your computer.

Use tar to backup:
tar -cvf /sdcard/ext2backup.tar /data/sdext2

When the new sd card is installed and the two partitions created use this command to restore the backup:
tar -xvf /sdcard/ext2backup.tar

When restoring the backup, no need to have the target destination (ie. /data/sdext2) in the command?
27th February 2011, 04:06 PM   |  #503  
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Can you send "ls -l /data" output?

I have the same issue in using Asus A50.

Please find the ls -l /data screen. Hope it could help to solve the problem.
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27th February 2011, 07:01 PM   |  #504  
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can you add a clean up for unneeded dalvik cache for ext2 for unneeded files

thanks

I'll add this to next release.
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27th February 2011, 07:55 PM   |  #505  
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Question Recreate all links after factory reset?
Can Link2SD recreate all links after a factory reset? I see the apk's are in the /data/sdext2 directory, but the symbolic links disappeared of course when /data was reformatted by factory reset and Link2SD doesn't list them. Is there a way to recreate all the links from within the app?
27th February 2011, 08:11 PM   |  #506  
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Question link2sd work great on my xperia x10i..
so far, its work great on my xperia x10..
just 1 question, is it possible to make multiple link without restart?? i mean, can i reboot once after i linking 4 or 5 app..??
27th February 2011, 08:37 PM   |  #507  
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This Works Perfect On my x10 mini pro ...
27th February 2011, 10:15 PM   |  #508  
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Link2sd x10 mini pro
It works in x10 mini pro but just with the ext2 partition for me.

Can't It work with the ext3 partition?
27th February 2011, 10:40 PM   |  #509  
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I have the same issue in using Asus A50.

Please find the ls -l /data screen. Hope it could help to solve the problem.

/data/app directory is linked to another directory (eMMC/app) and this is why Link2SD detects app2sd. I will disable this control in the next release.
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When restoring the backup, no need to have the target destination (ie. /data/sdext2) in the command?

No. The full path is stored in the tar. You can check it with tar -tvf /sdcard/ext2backup.tar

EDIT: When restoring the backup make sure you are at the root because the path is relative to where you are.
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