Originally Posted by jcwilliams
Ok. I can try that. But what should the partitions be? I want to do Linux swap and link2sd. Idk what the main data partition should be....fat, fat32, idk which one.
I believe link2sd required 2 partitions on the sdcard. You need to use a third party software on your PC (partition magic etc..) and use this to create 2 partitions:
* Partition 1 (FAT) is for a normal storage like copy/save files between your phone and pc
* Partition 2 (FAT32, ext2,ext3,ext4) is for moving your apps/data from phone internal storage to this partition. Your PC will not able to see this partition.
Due to limitation of FAT32 or FAT you limited to max of only 32gb, by using a third party software on your pc like formatfat32 could over come this limitation. I use linux software called "Gpart" http://gparted.org/download.php
,since Gpart is a linux it won't run on Windows, you need to download the iso image then use imburner to burn the iso to cd, then change your PC to first boot from CD instead of Harddisk. A second method is use Windows free software called Mini tool partition wizard home edition http://www.partitionwizard.com/download.html
. or third option is using Android parition tool here https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...sylkat.AParted