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The steps below will walk you through clearing the partition on your device. This process will not delete any information from your device. 1. Power up the phone by pressing the VOL UP + VOL DOWN KEY together + POWER KEY . 2. The device will enumerate with different BOOT OPTIONS 3. Use the VOL DOWN Key to SCROLL and VOL UP Key to SELECT 4. Select ...


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May be it got stuck in boot loop. You can recover your phone. Search the internet, preferably XDA forum, for your phone model. They will surely help you.


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You can repartition the internal memory. In essence it can be done, but what many others have answered is basically correct. Not only is it quite difficult and risky to perform it, it also requires specialized skills which the average user may not have. There is one solution to the problem though. The easiest way to do this is to look for a custom ROM for ...


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It's even riskier than cybersam says. You shouldn't check/repair a mounted filesystem (i.e. when it is in use), on any operating system, because programs might be using the files while you're checking them and possibly making changes. This could cause the checker to think there are errors where there are really no errors; it might cause unexpected behaviour ...


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It might be that this option will try to repair any filesystem issues that it finds. If a repair attempt does not do the right thing, or is prevented from completion (say, the battery dies), you could end up with unusable files; or, if the repair attempt failed in the system partition, you could end up with a dead device (but you might be able to recover ...


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Install android without updating grub, then boot into your Linux system and put entries in /etc/grub.d/40_custom as follows menuentry "android"{ set root =(hdx,y) linux /android-version/kernel quiet root/dev/ram0 androidboot.hardware=android_x86 video=-16 SRC=/anroid-version initrd /android-version/initrd.img } Here in **hdx,y (as per your ...


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You dont have to move the apps to sd card. Just select your apps in link2sd and then from menu select create link option. It will link your apps to sd card (ext2 partition) and not fat32.


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You need to use Link2SD to actually move the app to the second partition. If you simply use the built-in Android way of moving it to the SD card, then you aren't taking advantage of Link2SD at all. In Link2SD, you can select apps and move them to the second partition. You can even set it up so that any new apps installed will automatically be moved over. ...


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If I understood your question correctly, the answer is: You can't. The internal memory is built into the phone and can not be altered, hence why many phones come with SD card expansion option. Those that do not will either have high internal memory from the get-go, or are simply not meant to function beyond basic phone functions (such as call and SMS). If ...



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