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To use fdisk without recovery, i.e. while Android is running, you need to root your phone, install a terminal emulator, and install BusyBox (the fdisk command won't be available without BusyBox, which provides a bundle of common Linux tools that aren't included in Android). Note that to install BusyBox, it's not sufficient just to install the app. You need ...


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I know it's been over a year, but if you still have the Nexus S, I have found a solution. Combined emulated SDcard storage like the Nexus 4. Check the guide here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexus-s/general/howto-combined-emulated-storage-nexus-s-t2848752 in case the above link disappears, the meat of the answer is to use android LVM2 (ligical volume ...


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Titanium Backup users can also go to the batch actions and select manipulate data > remove orphaned files. As user48823 mentioned, you can also find the apps in /data/system/uiderrors.txt using a root-capable file explorer, but basically Titanium will do this for you, if you select the action I wrote above. Just fixed it this way on my OnePlus One ...



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