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According to files in the /dev/block/platform/*/by-name directory, my Recovery partition is in fact /dev/block/mmcblk0p10. The ending of the name of mmcblk0pX matches all the identifiers on the PIT, so thus I conclude that the identifier and the mmcblk name does match. The command now will be dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p10 of=/storage/sdcard1/twrp.img bs=4096


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I solved this problem the best way was to do the following: Root the phone (do it t your own risk!!!! - I sure did and works fine). Install any memory management application (RAM Management app - refer XDA forum). 3.It will ask you to allocate some of your internal memory as SWAP space. When done you will have the SWAP act as a backup RAM in case the ...


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LINK2SD makes symbolic links, one file would just be a pointer to the real one. If you go to a terminal prompt and cd to that directory and do a "ls -alF" command, you will see one of these files is a zero size link, the other the actual file. This is how LINK2SD works.


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This app may make new apk files like backup from apps or something like this , you can use another link to sd apps that arnot make new apk files.


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I have gone part of the way to answer my own question. I noticed that it says on SD Card and not Linked -> SD Card. The app must therefore be moved to the SD Card no linked to it. I tried to move it back to the phone and although it allows me to go through the motions of moving it, even after a reboot it is still on the SD card. It seems like link2sd is ...



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