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[TOOL] Lanchon REPIT: The Data-Sparing Repartitioning Tool For Android

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23rd March 2017, 08:05 AM |#181  
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Seems like the Nexus is really kind of sensitive.
Did you try this already:




Although requested once it's not supported on the OnePlus One. Read here why (hope you at least understand some of that )


For Repit it's ok to reduce it to 8MB (=min). Several people already did that (having a bigger system partition already in place) in favor of a bigger data partition for switching to emulated storage. If you want to go for adoptable storage instead and realize the external SD to be slowing down things, the emulated storage would be a way that works.

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29th March 2017, 11:45 AM |#182  
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too late. I've repartitioned it using PIT file and odin already. Nevertheless I've used the most up-to-date version as far as I know.
1st April 2017, 04:09 PM |#183  
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...Nevertheless I've used the most up-to-date version as far as I know.

man, if you had done that I wouldn't have suggested what I did. You quoted your error that was showing you used the 20160317-version.
Current version would have been 20170115!
But anyways...
1st April 2017, 05:15 PM |#184  
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Can the process be reversed ?... I mean can I get back my system partition size to its original size again???
2nd April 2017, 09:58 AM |#185  
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Can the process be reversed ?... I mean can I get back my system partition size to its original size again???

this file is NOT twrp flashable. it contains several pit-files including stock (got it from some somewhere in xda,but cannot remember, never tried it)
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2nd April 2017, 11:32 AM |#186  
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Can the process be reversed ?... I mean can I get back my system partition size to its original size again???

Sure.
If you looked into the documentation which is linked in the opening post you'd knew that already. It's even listed as one of the samples in there, how to repartition to stock sizes again.
Any combination is possible.
4th May 2017, 01:51 PM |#187  
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Hello, will this be OK on stock ROM with jeboo kernel, wanting to increase both system to 1.5 GB and data to 6GB.
P.S, been a long time since I used my s2 as been on Nexus 6
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5th May 2017, 05:32 PM |#188  
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+Lanchon I changed zip name lanchon-repit-20170115-system=2+wipe-data=6+wipe-sdcard=max-preload=min+wipe-i9100.zip but keeps saying invalid system name, any ideas. Running 6.0.1 Bliss

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5th May 2017, 06:59 PM |#189  
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First of all:
check the readme on the github documentation for the syntax! It changed already with builds as of 2016-09-23. Now units (like G) are mandatory for size definitions.
If it still fails, and I assume it will as you might run it from within a recovery, that doesn't have the full toolset that is needed: post the recovery.log or the repit.log (again: please read the documentation).
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First of all:
check the readme on the github documentation for the syntax! It changed already with builds as of 2016-09-23. Now units (like G) are mandatory for size definitions.
If it still fails, and I assume it will as you might run it from within a recovery, that doesn't have the full toolset that is needed: post the recovery.log or the repit.log (again: please read the documentation).

It's ok, I ran 6gb pit via Odin and it's all sorted now, thanks anyway
12th May 2017, 07:11 PM |#191  
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Hey man! I flashed your RePit to I9305, 11GB free space up to 13GB! Good result. No any error.

I can't flash custom rom, system.img is small sized. (My USB port broken) How to back stock partition size? Would you make a backup for me?


*I know, my lang is bad. sorry.
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