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I have just installed 4.2.2 PAC and S2E later. I have everything on sd-ext, there's 1600MB free space on sd-ext, and 140MB inside. However anytime i want to install an app, it says there's not enough free space.

I have restored some apps with MyBackup Root. I think that was the problem. How to solve it? I don't want to wipe data, I've made some important changes.

(system 219MB/220MB) (cache 1MB/37MB)

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can you confirm the free space on your /data a.k.a internal partition? It is not clear whether the values 1600Mb and 140Mb are free space and if so on what area. – Narayanan Mar 8 '13 at 7:11
I've edited it. – androbin Mar 8 '13 at 7:17
It's still unclear to me. The "insufficient memory" error usually pops up when free space on internal memory drops below 25 MB. Do the "140MB inside" refer to free space on internal (device) storage", or "internal sdcard"? Best would be to inlcude/link a screenshot from *Settings->Storage (if you cannot include it, simply provide the link in a comment). – Izzy Mar 8 '13 at 7:31
Image This shows non-avaliable/maximum. – androbin Mar 8 '13 at 7:43
Might be best to post across to Modaco's Blade forum instead of here as you're bound to find the solution there, fwiw, that ROM you're referring to - some people have had problems with S2E on JB (which is unofficial)... just saying ;) – t0mm13b Mar 10 '13 at 15:18
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The problem is with the S2E on 4.2.2. I wiped everything, it worked. Now I reinstalled S2E and it won't work.

EDIT: main user had no access to write sd-ext. I created a code added init.d to set sd-ext with chmod 777.

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