Originally Posted by farsight73
I have no intention of reverting everything just for the sake of link2sd since both working the same principle only that link2sd have the option to choose which app to install where..
Uhh, not really. Link2SD creates a symbolic link to the files making Android think the files are actually in Internal storage. It's a long-time feature of Linux which Windows to this day still 'hides' (even though they added the commands since Vista).
App2SD moves only some or a part of the application. A lot is left behind in your internal storage.
Link2SD moves the  application file;  dalvik-cache file; and  library files; then creates a symlink in the internal storage.
In other words, more space with Link2SD. In App2SD you'll eventually ran out of internal storage.
This is very noticeable in Android devices with limited Internal storage space.
Originally Posted by marcozpaulo
Is that quote above right?? Please, can anyone answer me if necrohades's post is true?? I need to know this because i need sooooo much free space on my internal memory.
Is is true that APP2SD MOVES EVERYTHING to SD and LINK2SD do not??
Thank you very much for you attention.
PS: I dont have a x10, my phone is LG P698f Android 2.3.4.
No. App2SD only moves some or part of the application. You will still ran out of internal storage.
Link2SD moves the  application file;  dalvik-cache file;  library files and then creates a symlink (symbolic link) to those moved files. Thus Android sees these file as being in "internal storage" but not actually eating up internal space.
Some mentioned that data files are being moved by Link2SD. This is not true either. It may be added down the road but no Link2SD version has this feature yet. Besides, it's risky to move data files. The app file, dalvik-cache, and lib files are more than enough.
My installed apps is nearing the 100 mark and I still have 100MB+ of free internal storage in my SGY. Not possible with App2SD - which I tried
(Heck, the reason I discovered Link2SD was because I found out the limited capabilities of App2SD - I ran out of internal storage.)
I hope that helps.