a journaling file system for Linux, successor to ext2 and predecessor to ext4

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Does the external sd card have to use FAT at all?

link2sd allows one to fully move apps to a second partition on the external sd card provided its Filesystem supports Linux permissions. but does it have to be a second partition or could I simply ...
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Ext4 partition clockworkmod recovery backup

Successfully installed CM7 on ZTE Blade and simple2ext (S2E) made me excited. I've partitioned my SD in CWM recovery and I guess it was Ext3 partition. But one thing was mistake. I have checked in S2E ...
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Link2SD fails to mount after nandroid restore

Recently I happened to switch back to stock ROM in my LG P500. I used v2.3.3 (v20c) ROM from LG's site and installed wiping all partitions including my SD card. I then rooted using SuperOneClick and ...
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Does Android support the EXT (filesystem) for removable storage cards?

As the subject indicates, does Android support any of the Extended File Systems ("ext", "ext2", "ext3" and "ext4") for removable storage cards (such as Micro SDXC storage cards)? Android is a ...