Over a month ago, LineageOS rolled out Oreo (I think) update for the Nexus 4 (mako), but there's a catch - the system now takes up so much space, that even the nano version of open-gapps package can no longer be installed without manually removing application in-between the installations. I thought, rather than shooting down apps from default LineageOS, I would rather bump the system partition's size by another 200 MiB.
I haven't attempted anything yet, as information how to achieve this on a snapdragon device seems to be very sparse - is it even possible? I've done repartitioning on a Mediatek device, where doing so involved hand-editing an MBR-like partition table and uploading it to the device using SP-flashtool. Is there a similar, or perhaps an easier-to-use tool for Snapdragon devices?
P.S. - I've read the answers/suggestions to question 65781, and none of them are helpful to my question.