Correct. Only those apps.
Apparently have cache on /data will make the app slower, but to be completely honest with you, I've never noticed any performance degradation from doing this. Of course, I only add an app to move_cache.txt if the app has an excessively large cache (which I check with the app Disk Usage).
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Open Disk Usage. Click root and then select /datadata. It will then scan all the files there. Disk Usage works by showing a visual representation of the size of each folder. So the left column will be one folder (/datadata), and each column to the right of that will be whatever folders/files are inside. The bigger the box, the bigger the file—and the largest ones will be on top.
So if you're looking at the /datadata folder, it will show the package names for your apps. The largest ones will be at the top. It's pretty straight-forward if you ask me.
Took me time to realise, was seeing my datadata about 15mb left then thought "hmm, don't forget your datafix" but kept forgetting and finally see that every time chrome gav me that cache reading error datadata got more space left.
Kept wondering about this and finally saw someone saying Pawitp talked about this.
I didn't found Pawitp's words or changelog stating it but that's it.
It's about a week that i flash cm9 based rom with no wipe and still i have approximately between 15 to 25mb left even opening new apps.
Will there be any further development to the datafix script in the future? If not I recommend updating the original post with the latest test version.
I don't think the script needs any more work doing to it myself. Only thing I can think of is a user interface to make moving cache & apps to /data/data easier.
I am thinking of using Script Manager to automate this whole process without having to actually reboot the phone. Just so I am sure I understand it...
1) the Datafix should run every time I reboot the phone if it was flashed via CWR, correct?
2) It is also possible to use Script Manager to automate the process without having to reboot via this procedure: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...7&postcount=23
Do I understand it correctly? Thanks for the advice!
As promised a new test version attached here, only two fixes here :
|datafix, init.d, low storage|
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