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Size of /system partition for good reason is to it's smallest possible extent.
 
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Yes, you say it @User699 .
My question is "is it possible and if how" not "does it make sense".
I prefer to move some apps to system, and this partition on my bv9900 is a little bit to small.
I´ve 256GB internal memory and i prefer to increase the system partition a little bit.

You surely know it from Windows PC: You would have to re-partition the complete internal storage memory of Android system: Shrink /data partition, add this gained storage memory to /system partition.

Read also here:

Again: Apps NEVER should go to /system partition - what houses the Android OS - but to /system/priv-app partition. But of course it's your decision ...
 
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    Yes, you say it @User699 .
    My question is "is it possible and if how" not "does it make sense".
    I prefer to move some apps to system, and this partition on my bv9900 is a little bit to small.
    I´ve 256GB internal memory and i prefer to increase the system partition a little bit.
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    Yes, you say it @User699 .
    My question is "is it possible and if how" not "does it make sense".
    I prefer to move some apps to system, and this partition on my bv9900 is a little bit to small.
    I´ve 256GB internal memory and i prefer to increase the system partition a little bit.

    You surely know it from Windows PC: You would have to re-partition the complete internal storage memory of Android system: Shrink /data partition, add this gained storage memory to /system partition.

    Read also here:

    Again: Apps NEVER should go to /system partition - what houses the Android OS - but to /system/priv-app partition. But of course it's your decision ...
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    Again: Apps NEVER should go to /system partition - what houses the Android OS - but to /system/priv-app partition.
    Yes, I know. I also moved them to priv-app. But it´s the same partition.
    Thank you, will try this.