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I've just done a fresh install of CM12.1 on an S2 GT-I9100, and cannot figure out how to get GAPPS on there. Stock and mini versions fail with the Insufficient storage space available in System partition.. error screen. I don't understand this as it's a fresh install. Looking at storage options shows two internal storage (partitions?) - one with 1.97 GB and the other with 11.33 Gb free space. Does this make sense?

One method I've tried is based on this question - to resize the partition using Odin 3.07, but as I'm on Mac I've had to try JOdin3 instead , which fails to detect the device. So that method looks unworkable.

Very grateful for assistance!


from this source, given the official site requires JavaFX, which doesn't work on Yosemite..

  • Try GAPPS minimal See if it works – Manubhargav Aug 23 '15 at 11:34
  • That fails with: Install failed. Finding update package.. Verifying update package.. E:footer is wrong. E: signature verification failed. Installation aborted – geotheory Aug 23 '15 at 14:36
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Aside from XDA threads on Gapps, which can refer to dead links, especially since your device is quite old, I would recommend you to download the Gapps from OpenGapps, which will let you choose both the Android version, and the preferred size of the Gapps package.

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OK the only GAPPS version that seems to work is Pico - see this XDA page.

  • I use Nano, its pretty GOOD :-) – Rahul Bali Aug 2 '16 at 16:59
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Try sideloading gapps from recovery. In my case, open_gapps failed to install for odd reason that there was insufficient space in system partition - I don't know why... I was using about 10%...

eg. TWRP. Boot into TWRP Recovery, Advanced, ADB Sideload

from PC,

adb sideload open_gapps-arm-7.1-pico-20161230.zip Total xfer: 1.28x

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