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Author Topic: HELP: Newman telephone: insufficient storage available (android): Fixed  (Read 10429 times)

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You could put a script in init.d that remounts /data to that partition, but you'll lose the ability to save music and files in the emulated internal SD card.

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You could put a script in init.d that remounts /data to that partition, but you'll lose the ability to save music and files in the emulated internal SD card.

That would work :)  How to set it up? And plenty ofntools to read linux partitions with windows, so I could atill do music, no? :)
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I'm not quite sure.. but There's a possibility.
As for the script, you should only need to drop it in /etc/init.d/
It should say something like
unmount /data
mount /dev/mmcblk0pX /data -t ext4... (exact sintax here may differ)
If your kernel doesn't support init.d scripts, you migth try using a install-recovery.sh script, wich is the work-around for samsung stock kernels for example.

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I'm not quite sure.. but There's a possibility.
As for the script, you should only need to drop it in /etc/init.d/
It should say something like
unmount /data
mount /dev/mmcblk0pX /data -t ext4... (exact sintax here may differ)
If your kernel doesn't support init.d scripts, you migth try using a install-recovery.sh script, wich is the work-around for samsung stock kernels for example.

What happens with original /data...? Isn't that needed too?
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original /data just won't be used. Before applying this trick you migth want to copy the contents of /data to the new partition.

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You can choose where you want to install your app in phone memory or in SD card and you can change it from phone setting.

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