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28th November 2011, 12:31 PM |#621  
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Thanks I get it. Found in ARHD rom details that Mike was supporting sd card ext4 partitions, but that's not for a primary partition if I get it right. With this tool actually you can read ext4 partitions (also external disks) under windows 7. I've tested that tool myself. Just thinking on an ext4 partitioned sd card for performance reasons, but looks like that makes not a big difference.

Yes ext2read would work for windows, but the most important thing is getting a rom to work with that first.. otherwise your rom would not "see" your sdcard.
It's absolutely not supported or expected to have an ext4 partition INSTEAD of fat32 on our devices.

Samsung is differently.. they also use a completely different mechanism for making the sdcard available to your os.
 
 
28th November 2011, 12:35 PM |#622  
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If this ever made any sense I'd add that feature immediately.
4th December 2011, 10:47 PM |#623  
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If this ever made any sense I'd add that feature immediately.

hi,

a newb here...
just check which version should I use? on the 1st post?
is there any diff?
5th December 2011, 09:37 AM |#624  
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hi,

a newb here...
just check which version should I use? on the 1st post?
is there any diff?

Download the 4EXT Recovery Updator and install the newest version of 4EXT Recovery.
Basically, in my opinion, 2.2.7 RC5 is already good enough to be called as "stable", bugfree and super stable


Btw, any sneak peaks about 4EXT NG?
Looking forward to this secret update...
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5th December 2011, 09:40 AM |#625  
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Download the 4EXT Recovery Updator and install the newest version of 4EXT Recovery.
Basically, in my opinion, 2.2.7 RC5 is already good enough to be called as "stable", bugfree and super stable


Btw, any sneak peaks about 4EXT NG?
Looking forward to this secret update...


In very few hours
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8th December 2011, 07:25 PM |#626  
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Hi,
Sorry, need to confirm something.. I am checking the instructions from this link http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1337105 to s-off and flash the CWM before I flash the custom rom but at which step should I install this ex4recovery?? After flashing CWM? Or just replace the step to flash CWM with this?

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9th December 2011, 12:45 PM |#627  
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Hi,
Sorry, need to confirm something.. I am checking the instructions from this link http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1337105 to s-off and flash the CWM before I flash the custom rom but at which step should I install this ex4recovery?? After flashing CWM? Or just replace the step to flash CWM with this?

Thanks.

4EXT Recovery is just an alternative for CWM, you can flash 4EXT whenever you want via CWM, also after flashing ROM. But I do prefer 4EXT over CWM
9th December 2011, 03:00 PM |#628  
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4EXT Recovery is just an alternative for CWM, you can flash 4EXT whenever you want via CWM, also after flashing ROM. But I do prefer 4EXT over CWM

CWM is an alternative to 4EXT .. not the other way around ;D
9th December 2011, 10:03 PM |#629  
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So I just have to flash Ext4? Or I need CWM to flash Ex4?
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9th December 2011, 10:56 PM |#630  
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So I just have to flash Ext4? Or I need CWM to flash Ex4?
Thanks.

Hey, may I quote the First post of the new Thread for you:



All downloads are available through 4EXT Recovery Updater. It's free, no ads, no tracking, no nothing, don't worry
.. and of course via 4EXT Recovery Control


So just install 4EXT Recovery Updater (if you dont have the paid app from market), open it and click "Online install / upgrade" , select Touch and go
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9th December 2011, 11:29 PM |#631  
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So I just have to flash Ext4? Or I need CWM to flash Ex4?
Thanks.

If you are already rooted, please follow the post of craack. If you are still not rooted, then continue with the guide. You can upgrade to 4ext recovery once you are completely rooted (by following craack's post)

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Hey, may I quote the First post of the new Thread for you:



All downloads are available through 4EXT Recovery Updater. It's free, no ads, no tracking, no nothing, don't worry
.. and of course via 4EXT Recovery Control


So just install 4EXT Recovery Updater (if you dont have the paid app from market), open it and click "Online install / upgrade" , select Touch and go

Thank you very much mate for your continuous support!
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