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By cojocar.andrei, Senior Member on 19th September 2016, 11:06 AM
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24th September 2016, 08:20 PM |#21  
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The dream is real!
Congratulations.
Seeking a long time for a script like mm-partition-swapper.zip
Before seeing your post, I had already made the formatting of SD0 (ext4) to try to install Link2SD to work with SD0 without work.
I used the TWRP 3.0.2.
I could easy return the partition to FAT.
I intend to make a clean installation of ROM on my device to then install your mm-partition-swapper.zip script.
As both the "DATA" as SD0 are empty you still think need to format with TWRP 2.8.7?
No way to change this script without the data transfer?
Only formatting partitions and inverted mounts?
If not necessary then ok...but... please clear this my doubts.
Again without getting tired ... very thank you even for your script.

I think the instructions are clear. Install your rom as usual, let it boot (you can set it up) then from twrp format the internal sd as ext4 and right after this flash the zip. Someone bricked his phone trying to format the internal sd as ext4 from twrp ver. 3.0.2. I have the 2.8.7.2 version by Barbarosa and the formatting worked without a glich...

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25th September 2016, 07:14 AM |#22  
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hi this partition swapper not work on rr574 please update it
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25th September 2016, 11:02 AM |#23  
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hi this partition swapper not work on rr574 please update it
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What's the error of the script at flash time?
25th September 2016, 01:01 PM |#24  
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What's the error of the script at flash time?

could not patch fstab is patch already applied?
Updater process ended with ERROR:7
Error installing zip file '......./mm-partition-swapper.zip
25th September 2016, 02:22 PM |#25  
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could not patch fstab is patch already applied?
Updater process ended with ERROR:7
Error installing zip file '......./mm-partition-swapper.zip

Yeah, ok, I'll look into it ...
25th September 2016, 08:15 PM |#26  
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Yes I have the same error.

Result after ZIP
Script not create new "SD0" with 1.57 GB of space.
The new DATA is used 3 GB but not know cause.

26th September 2016, 02:05 AM |#27  
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The mm-partition-swapper.zip script displays a little before the error report that there is no free space on the SD1 (2GB) to pass data despite the SD1 just be empty (only has the script itself) (Ex-SD 8GB ).
The script could just swap partitions. Do not attempt to transfer the files. The partitions are empty after installing a new ROM.
So it would be even easier to implement.
When installing the new ROM for the TWRP, would suffice only defines 3 zips in sequence:
- Zip the new ROM;
- Zip GAPPS;
- Zip-mm partition-swapper

Simple for you. Only the swap partition will already be revolutionary for the device user.
26th September 2016, 10:11 AM |#28  
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The mm-partition-swapper.zip script displays a little before the error report that there is no free space on the SD1 (2GB) to pass data despite the SD1 just be empty (only has the script itself) (Ex-SD 8GB ).
The script could just swap partitions. Do not attempt to transfer the files. The partitions are empty after installing a new ROM.
So it would be even easier to implement.
When installing the new ROM for the TWRP, would suffice only defines 3 zips in sequence:
- Zip the new ROM;
- Zip GAPPS;
- Zip-mm partition-swapper

Simple for you. Only the swap partition will already be revolutionary for the device user.

Yes, this is true, but I'm not going to do the changes, take it as it is or you could improve it yourself... I did discover that the ramdisk is packed differently in rr574 so a new updated script must be used on this rom. I'll modify it and update the thread ...
26th September 2016, 10:40 AM |#29  
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New flashable script for partition swap compatible with rr574:
http://www13.zippyshare.com/v/OJgmWmKu/file.html
This wasn't tested by me but it should patch the boot of the rr574. If it does not succeed then probably the script will abort with no consequences ...
If it works I'll update the link2sd-enabler to be compatible with rr574 ...
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26th September 2016, 12:49 PM |#30  
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Excuse me. I just wanted to help.
To restore the original state of the ROM RR574 best would be to install it again or not necessary?
26th September 2016, 02:55 PM |#31  
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Excuse me. I just wanted to help.
To restore the original state of the ROM RR574 best would be to install it again or not necessary?

No problem. Not necessary ...
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