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Why not using SD MAID? I've been using this tools to backup my Android apps so far. It's lightweight, and easy to use to get the apk from installed apps (without root needed). Step-by-steps : Download the SD MAID from Google Playstore Open SD MAID menu, swipe from the left side. Choose AppControl to show app that installed on your Android phone. Tap on ...


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Turns out there was much more to unmount beyond /mnt/sdcard. Through ADB (and rooted) I unmounted /mnt/sdcard/.android_secure, then /mnt/sdcard, then everything under /mnt. Then I was able to partition my SD card. I hope someone can make good use of this thread one day!


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A part of storage is used for the operating system (Android). In your case it's about 4 Gb.


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Due to how Android handled SD card permissions, it is no longer possible to "swap" the internal and external storage of the device and trick it to use the SD card as "internal" storage any more. Since you are rooted, I would look into any of several Android 6 based ROMs that are available for the Moto G, after installing one of those you can adapt the the ...


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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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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.



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