I have a Samsung S3 mini, no support for SD cards so i had to root it, and install Link2SD, spent the last 3 days hacking my phone making it better.
But i have questions, in all the tutorials everywhere on the web, they say (I refer to this blog but there are many other blog posts and xda posts and youtube videos that say the same)
- if you have stock rom, use ext 2? (isn't ext 4 supported?)
- partition your SD card, the max for your apps is 2 GB (I have 8 GB,why can't I partition it like 6 GB for apps, and 2 GB Fat32 for music, OR all of it ext2 or 4 and add whatever to it?)
- You install link2SD first time, it asks for root permission, it asks what partition type you're using (ext 2, ext 4, whatever) and it asks to reboot the device, that's fine. But when you install it second or third time, it only asks for root permission, it doesn't reboot the device nor what partition type you're using. Why? maybe I changed (and i did change many times) the partition type, it doesn't ask, so doesn't detect it.
- Once linked, what is the location of the apps? (
data/appis empty, though i haven't move everything)
Sorry for asking too many question at once, but link2sd is not a big deal, it doesn't deserve asking many questions about it so i tried to put everything in 1 question