Originally Posted by LBPHeretic
Android 4.0 does take more space than Android 2.3 did. The Sprint HTC EVO 4G has 1 GB of ROM space though, which will probably fit Android 4.0 just fine and dandy.
You might ask, but what about space for apps and so forth? A partition for apps and data can always be made on the microSD card to increase the capacity of what the system "thinks" is in the internal storage and even parts of the ROM can be moved to the microSD card if 1 GB is still too small to house Android 4.0.
Is partitioning and everything else you mentioned up there done after you root the phone? I'm starting to hover around 50-60 mb's of free memory on the Evo, and it's been running just a bit "slow" these days (little lag when I unlock, come out of a program and try to change screens, etc.) so I was going to rest it to factory settings and reload everything. Do you suggest I just wait 1-2 weeks and try rooting when one of the devs comes out with a 4.0 rom?
Also, is there any problem with rooting to a full gingerbread rom, then rooting to 4.0? Thanks!