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[MOD / TOOL ] YUREK PARTITIONS Increasing / Decreasing / Default using easy tool V2.0

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1. Unlocked bootloader and rooted device
2. Enable USB DEBUGGING
3. Make sure that device drivers are successfully installed
4. Connect to PC
5. Download Partition increased tool from download section
6. Click on " Partition Increaser.bet " file

7. Press ENTER key

8. NOW changes will starts


Note : Don't disconnect DEVICE until tool says SUCCESSFUL



9. Copy all the files which are present in " Partition_Increaser_and_Decreaser_for_tomato / files ........ and save them in your pc for restoring to default partitions


NOTE : for every new cm based installation you have to do this steps


STEP 1 flash any CM based rom
STEP2 after successfully flash go to wipe / advance wipe...and select system .... and select repair or Change File System .... and select resize
STEP3 Reboot





Partition changer ( Increase / default ) : link

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[MOD / TOOL ] YUREK PARTITIONS Increasing / Decreasing / Default using easy tool V2.0, Tool/Utility for the YU Yureka

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Status: Stable
Current Stable Version: 2.0
Stable Release Date: 2016-06-13
Current Beta Version: 1.0
Beta Release Date: 2016-06-09

Created 2016-06-13
Last Updated 2016-09-27
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13th June 2016, 02:13 PM |#2  
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Revert Back to default partition values


1. Unlocked bootloader and rooted device
2. Enable USB DEBUGGING
3. Make sure that device drivers are successfully installed
4. Connect to PC
5. Download Partition increased tool from download section
6. Click on " Partitions to default.bet " file


NOTE : Don't disconnect device until tool says successful


7. After successfull device will boot in to TWRP
8. Go to wipe / Advance wipe
9. Select all except MICRO SD-CARE
10. Go to wipe / Advance wipe .... and select system .... and select repair or Change File System .... and select resize

11. Do this for all except Micro SD-card
12. After this you have to flash COS12.1 in fastboot mode [ very important ]
13. After setup os cos12.1 is complete
14. Unlock bootloader
15. flash TWRP
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Repair tomato if brick using @Annabathina tool
Then here is the solution for it ....






1. make sure that drivers are installed correctly
2. Connect to PC in " Normal mode " or " in recovery mode "
3. Open repair tool v 1.0
4. Open " repair tomato "

*********************** Note ****************************************

5. If tool says successful then device will boot in to TWRP , know wipe every thing including Internal sd card for 2 times

6. After this you have to flash COS12.1 in fastboot mode [ very important ]
7. After setup os cos12.1 is complete
8. Unlock bootloader
9. flash TWRP



Repair tomato if brick : link
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Originally Posted by Annabathina, post: 572191, member: 94823

......NOTE : For every new CM based installation you have to do...
STEP 1 flash any CM based rom
STEP2 after successfully flash go to wipe / advance wipe...and select system ....
.......... and select repair or Change File System .... and select resize
STEP3 Reboot
NOTE: The above 3 STEPS are not required for MY roms ......

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Originally Posted by Annabathina, post: 572194, member: 94823

...5. If tool says successfull then wipe every thing including Internal sd card
6. If you are restoring older rom then you have to restore it for " 2 times "
7. After that go to wip / advance wip
8. select system........... repair or Change File System .... and select resize
9. select data ............repair or Change File System .... and select resize
10. cache .................repair or Change File System .... and select resize
11. reboot your device...

i) after resizing partitions, can i restore my nandroid backup?
ii) if yes, how many times should i restore a recent rom (r46)?
iii) just to re-confirm: is the above resizing step required for your new ownrom3.0?
iv) although you mention only system in your op, is it recommended to wipe system, data and cache?
i wanna try your tool and get larger partitions. please DO REPLY and help. thanks in advance.
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i) after resizing partitions, can i restore my nandroid backup?.

Yes

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ii) if yes, how many times should i restore a recent rom (r46)?

I don't get this question? What do you mean by this?

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Originally Posted by m0han

iii) just to re-confirm: is the above resizing step required for your new ownrom3.0?

You can use any rom after rezising.

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Originally Posted by m0han

iv) although you mention only system in your op, is it recommended to wipe system, data and cache?

Yes, it is better to do a complete wipe after the process completed via TWRP
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Originally Posted by Annabathina, post: 572191, member: 94823

......NOTE : For every new CM based installation you have to do...
STEP 1 flash any CM based rom
STEP2 after successfully flash go to wipe / advance wipe...and select system ....
.......... and select repair or Change File System .... and select resize
STEP3 Reboot
NOTE: The above 3 STEPS are not required for MY roms ......

Quote:
Originally Posted by Annabathina, post: 572194, member: 94823

...5. If tool says successfull then wipe every thing including Internal sd card
6. If you are restoring older rom then you have to restore it for " 2 times "
7. After that go to wip / advance wip
8. select system........... repair or Change File System .... and select resize
9. select data ............repair or Change File System .... and select resize
10. cache .................repair or Change File System .... and select resize
11. reboot your device...

i) after resizing partitions, can i restore my nandroid backup?
ii) if yes, how many times should i restore a recent rom (r46)?
iii) just to re-confirm: is the above resizing step required for your new ownrom3.0?
iv) although you mention only system in your op, is it recommended to wipe system, data and cache?
i wanna try your tool and get larger partitions. please DO REPLY and help. thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by tirta.agung

Yes
I don't get this question? What do you mean by this?
You can use any rom after rezising.
Yes, it is better to do a complete wipe after the process completed via TWRP

ok
"If you are restoring older rom then you have to restore it for " 2 times " (check the hidden quotes). hence the doubt.
"The above 3 STEPS are not required for MY roms" (check the hidden quotes). i mistakenly thought that ownrom release was his.
ok

thank you.
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I think I did some mistake now my in my phones file manager when i click on internal storage it says 'the file or folder was not found' and I dont have that much files like in this image as you said.......can you please provide the files
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which recovery r u using....and plzz give a link and guide
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I think I did some mistake now my in my phones file manager when i click on internal storage it says 'the file or folder was not found' and I dont have that much files like in this image as you said.......can you please provide the files

Go to OP 3rd poast for it
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can anyone explain about this?? is this really required for flashing cm13 or any rom?? or without this also we can flash any cm13 rom?
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