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Apps installed on the SD-Card are stored in the ".android_secure" directory. You cant see the APK files directly in that folder because the it is encrypted to prevent direct access to the APK file of paid apps.
Press the overflow menu button in the upper right. Select the show storage option. There will now be a new item below the Recent menu item in the slide out drawer for the devices storage.
For this you need either access via adb (adb shell) or a terminal app. At the prompt, execute mount | grep "/data" The output will have something like /emmc@usrdata /data ext4 rw,nosuid,nodev,noatime,discard,noauto_da_alloc,data=ordered 0 0 The third column tells you the file system used (in the example above: ext4). Of course there are also several ...
You can use fdisk via busybox on a droid. So, assuming you have the busybox binary on your rom, and it's on your path, the command would simply be: busybox fdisk [the various fdisk options...] example busybox fdisk -l /dev/block/sda
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