Storage threshold (ST) My m2sd was setting up for 1% of ST.. It about 2.12mb minimum that need to be in my device.. right now.. i can't update nor install any programs because of the m2sd.. i got free space about 20mb left.. even if i try to free up my device up to 100mb, it still said insufficient storage.. i try fix the ST using fix alignment option in application setting but now it said the ST is unknown!!!!
useless limited toolbox binary .... WTF ... nothing happened 1. write hint how to continue if a report dant recommend further steps, and there is no intuitive file log than is useless :/ but thx for effort hope next version will hint a clue
Meh. Didn't do what I needed. I tried it. My internal storage kept getting used up, regardless of what settings I made in this app. Three stars for an honest effort, though. This app didn't make my apps not use the internal storage, rather more like it only moved some of the app data. I still ran out of storage space for apps, data and caches. I wrote an init script to replace /system/etc/init.d/01mvdalvik, so the system never has to worry with regards to app/cache storage. I decided to completely remove the internal storage from the equation, with regards to apps, dalvik-cache, system, cache, app-data. I have a second partition on my SD card that completely replaces the internal storage, and I love it. My solution forced me to learn the internals of CM7.
Indispensable One word to describe it. My phone is 4 years old and without the script provided by this app, I might be able to install SwiftKey and one other app. If you are getting an insufficient space warning from Play, and you still have space on /data and /sd-ext, the app is probably to large for download, install and replacement. Open the settings, select move data to SD option. Reboot. Install update. Change setting back to normal and reboot again.
perfect solution - I was getting so tired of my phone's 1.5 GB internal memory limiting the number of apps I could install. Now that most apps as well as most of their runtime data is saved on a separate 6 GB ext4 partition on the SD card, that's one thing less to worry about. Currently running a custom Android 5.0 Cyanogenmod 12 on my Xperia L with ThunderZap 4.10 and full Gapps, and so far Mounts2SD works a lot smoother and more intuitive than Link2SD Plus. Thanks SpazeDog (Hoping that Mounts2SD isn't dead)
I am able to mount my sd-partition :) :) However there is one problem, sometimes after reboot the system fails totally and irreversibly , a factory reset only solves problem, I am still testing this trying to move the required apps like play services to sd FAT partition so that in case of a crash the system will only fail partially. For those who are facing problems This might work 1-Backup data and then factory reset 2-First install - mounts2sd 3-open the app, , grant root access when asked, 4-Go to Application settings, install the script, re-run sqlite 3 fix just in case 5-check the relevant boxes in settings-the "data move", "cache move" etc, check the debug box, just in case anything goes wrong 6-Allocate 10% in "Storage threshold" just to be safe, but may not be needed for some users 7-Move "mounts2sd" to phone memory (not sd card) manually from android system settings (most important) then Reboot, 8-Mounts2SD should run automatically on next boot 9-Open the app and check the log for more info, and the storage use in "Android applications menu" should show very limited internal memory usage
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