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I have a rooted ZTE Blade with a fast 8 Gbyte SD card (it's fast enough, and partitioned to 6G + 2G) running on CM7, and I'm using LINK2SD, but I'm not perfectly happy with it. Altough, LINK2SD is far better than APP2SD I've used before, and all the apps are now linked to SD card, but somehow, I'm just getting low on internal space. I've read somewhere that private data is what remains on the internal storage. How can I kick everything out of that internal storage?

Also, I've read that Titanium Backup can install stock app updates to the System partition. (That one thing I haven't done yet, my System partition on internal storage is "too big", I should repartition it.)

Is there a solution for this?

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Titanium Backup can replace system apps with their updated versions. Ordinarily the original versions of system apps are always kept even if they've been updated, wasting a significant amount of space. You can do it manually of course, but need root. TB's much easier. –  Matthew Read Feb 21 '12 at 15:42
Transferring apps to system area (even not really system apps) is a good way to utilize the system partition without re-partitioning the internal storage, but it does not helps much more on the small size of the user partition of internal storage, Link2SD does similar job. I wanna forget internal user partition. (Maybe, I'm wrong.) –  ern0 Feb 22 '12 at 9:12
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