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THIS TUTORIAL IS FOR COMPLETE NEW USERS FOR ANDROID FOR THOSE WHO ARE PROS CAN REFER TO THE END OF POST

Apps used - Link2SD



the main problem with Micromax A70 is that it
1.) it has just got 190Mb of Internal memory for installing apps and widgets
2.) though Android 2.2 supports apps2sd it just moves the data files to sd but the main memory eater "dalvik cache" and libraries stay on the phone
3.) when you connect the phone to pc for file transfer you canot access the apps which are transferred to sd card !
3.) if you use disk analyser to se the things that eat up your memory you find a folder named "Dalvik Cache" eating it the most ! well this goes on my nerves !
NOTE : Dalvik cache is the folder where Android system stores the Dalvik Virtual machines for every app on the memory this is the default architecture by android and thus is one of the folders that you will notice to reappear after you delete it .

These problems are indeed faced by almost Micromax A70 and may other phones users
so there many ways to solve this problem one of them is by apps2sd method ( not native but is made by a developer over xda which is like a technique to create a shortcut link over the devices data ,dalvik cache , and library folders on sd card the problem is that
1.) what if i need only some apps on sd and some that i frequently use on device?
2.) what if the sd card crashes and the entire system that is on sd card gets bricked ( as even system dalvik cache folder is moved to sd !)
3.) it is damn complicated !!
4.) it does not have a proper GUI
5.) worst part - it does not work on Micromax a70 ( already tried !)

well so the other method is to use Link2sd ( this works )


NOTE: DO ALL THESE STUFF ALL OF YOUR RISK I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSS OF ANY KIND WHAT SO EVER HAPPENS. I REPEAT I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSS OF ANY KIND also by rooting you void your warranty and any bad step can cause your phone to get converted in to a paper weight
also the softwares mentioned by me here are not developed by me it is just the tutorial i am writing as many places you find the things confusing


so now here comes the part that you need to do !

1.) you need a sd card ( i recommend to use Class 10 sd cards as you will be running your wished apps entirely from sd)
the info abt what is Class 10 SD : Secure Digital - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
the place from where i got the sd card purchased : Flipkart.com: Transcend Memory Card MicroSDHC MicroSDHC 16GB Class 10: Memory Card
- for Transcend Micro SD class 10 Card 16 GB for Rs. 1700
( i am giving this link as i did not find Class 10 sd cards with any retailer in the commercial and entertainment capital of India ! )


else your regular sd card (which is usually class 2) will also do !!!


2.) now you have to decide what amount of space you need for installing apps and how much you need for your personal files !
[ as i purchased 16 GB card i decided 2 GB for apps but usually 512 Mb is enough and 1 GB is more than enough ]! just keep this in mind ! nothing else we will need this later !


3.) you will need to root your device ( rooting means gaining complete access over your device .

3.a)you can follow any other tutorial for the same but here i will give the way it is easy
3.b) download Z4Root from any source on internet or use this link
Multiupload.com - upload your files to multiple file hosting sites!
3.c) install this program
3.d) after installing th program click on Permanent root button
3.e) do not panic if screen does white and the phone will restart
3.f) after restarting you will find a app called "Superuser"
3.g) if not again click on Z4root and click on Permanent root option
3.h) you are done with rooting


4.) Back up your current device ( full rom backup this will remain like helpful if everything fails)

4.a) Install Rom manager from Market http://goo.gl/BGGUs
4.b) OPen it and then click on "Flash ClockworkMod Recovery" [NOTE THIS WILL VOID YOUR WARRANTY COMPLETELY AS IT CAUSES TO OVER WRITE THE DEFAULT RECOVERY BY MICROMAX but you will nit need any micromax support once you are don with one back up of the Stock system !! what they do at service ( they call it as installing system software you can do at home !)

4.c) now after you grand the app for superuser permissions and every thing is completed , just click on "Backup Current ROM"
again it will ask for super user permission allow it and then it will restart after restarting it will boot to recovery mode and take current roms backup over your sd card !

4.d) then after it finishes it will automatically restart to your system ! else use your volume keys to navigate and select the option for system restart from the menu that appears after the backup is successful
4.e) now your system is full proof !! anything happens you can restore the previous rom backup [ oops forgot to mention Rom means your entire current system including EVERYTHING that is in your system ]
4.f) VERY IMPORTANT copy the backup to your computer it is present in the folder named "clockworkmod" on sd card this must not be lost EVER


5.) now in the nest step you will need to erase all the data over the sd card
hence you ned to back up all files over your sd card also note that as as card id being formatted it will erase all the apps you have already transferred to sd card and hence the apps will become non functional i recommend doing a factory reset before starting the further processes or at-least transfer all apps to internal memory or install them ( can be installed later)


6.) now you need to Format the sd card this is the most difficult job in the entire tutorial ( except reading everything i have typed !)
There are many ways to do it but i will specify the two most used ways and that works !!

I.) simplest way - by using rom manager ( btw i used Rom Manager Pro for backup and then partitioned by second method caz it is more sure but a bit difficult but the ultimate aim is to partition the sd into ext3 partition and a fat partition)

a.) Open Rom Manager
b.) Click on "Reboot into Recovery "
c.) allow the super user permissions if asked
d.) the phone will reboot into system recovery mode now from there use your Volume key for navigation and powerkey for selection
e.) enter to "Mounts and storage menu"
f.) select "format /sdcard"
g.) then click on yes !
h.) after format is compete go to "advanced" menu in the main menu
i.) select "partition sd card"
j.) elect the size that you thought in step 2
k.) for then it will ask for "Swap size" select 0M
m.)select yes for confirmation of partition.)you are done

[note this requires heavy download and is a bit difficult step hence use the I step]
II.) From PC [any Mac,Windows,Ubuntu]
Complete Tutorial found here:
http://goo.gl/ZVes2
from this choose format to ext 3 and you are done
7.) now go to main menu and then select "reboot system now"

8.) after reboot go to market and download app named "Link2sd"
http://goo.gl/tEGAt

9.) now it will ask for creation of mount script click on "Ext3"

10.) then ok

11.) it will show that mount script created

12.) perform quick reboot from the notification button or by going to more options in link2sd app

13.) now you will see the list of installed programs in your phone

14.) select the option of multi select from the options menu select all the user pps ( only they can be selected) [ by using "titanium backup pro" you can convert the system apps to user apps then transfer them to sd card but i will not recommend this as system apps are very delicate and may not work on sd card]

15.) click "select all" from options if you want all your apps to be selected ( user apps) then after selection click on "actions" in menu

16.) click on "create link"

17.) select all the three options "link application file" ,"Link Dalvik-cache",Link library files

18. ) click on ok

19 .) you are done
20.) now if you had factory reset the phone on previous steps i had recommended you will not see any user apps in the list as it will appear later as you go on installing the apps from sources or market

21.) now again to link2sd app then select "settings" from menu
22.)click on "Auto link"
23.) click on "Auto link settings" and select all the three options
24.) select " auto link notification"
25.) select in "Stoage info" to see the current status of all you memory


26.) you will notice what so ever app you install you will not find any increase in the device memory !! all apps are linked to the ext partition you created !!
NOW all the apps you install will be automatically be linked to sd when you install them
also if you do not want the app to be on sd card ( usually for apps that you use frequently and are for ppl who find that te app is slow caz they do not have class 10 microsd !)
just select the app and then select remove link!!
note: do not select the button for move to sd after you link the app to sd as move tosd transfers the app to sd in native method that is useless !!


FAQ:
1.) the Apps are inaccessible with notification of " this app is not installed " after using link2sd
ans .) this occurs if your Ext partition is not mounted at boot up well this is very common
1.) go to link2sd app and select in more options "recreate mount scripts"
2.) select ext3
3.) click "ok"
4.) it will show up that the scripts are created click on ok
5.) go to more options in link2sd select quick reboot
6.) your apps are done
7.) if it shows "Mount Warning " repeat the above steps again !
8.) problem solved !! after clicking Quick reboot it will work fine
NOTE: this will happen after every boot of your phone( or every time you shut down and start your phone in that case just go to more options in Link2sd and select Quick reboot
your problem will be solved on first quick reboot or may need you to recreate mount scripts and the quick reboot twice !


2.) "mount script error"
[COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"]ans)[/COLOR] just wait for 5 minutes and try again

3.) my apps load slow
[COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"]ans.)[/COLOR] this is normal ! if you want faster speeds purchase class 10 sd

4.) after the notification of "linking the app to sd " by link2sd app my phone hangs for a seconds or few
[COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"]ans.)[/COLOR] this is normal and will occur as the link2sd will utilise the resources for linking2sd ! again for less time wai purchase class 10 sd

5.)after every reboot i see "problem loading widgets "
[COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"]ans.)[/COLOR] well this is a problem ! the thing id that if you just delete existing widget and re add them to screen they will work fine but if you want the wigets to appear on the screen after every boot automatically just remove the link from sd and they will be transfered to the internal memory and will work fine

6.) Link2sd constantly gives warning of no mounting
[COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"]ans.)[/COLOR] well just a few checking do you see the ext partition in storage info in link2sd , you see the reduced space in sd card when you connect the phone to computer, if not , create the mount scripts again mentioned earlier, or then you have not partition properly jut repartition again
7.) The space on Internal memory as seen to get low from the "storage info" in Link2sd
[COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"]ans.)[/COLOR] well this is completely normal you may see the increase in use of internal memory while loading applications at beginning this is just virtual it will be recovered after a quick reboot or by just some time !

7.) i have messed up every thing what to do?
[COLOR="rgb(139, 0, 0)"]ans.)[/COLOR]
1.) copy the backup you took before and then past it back to sd
2.)just go to Rom Manager and click on "Manage and restore backups"
3.) click on the backup and then click on restore !!
4.) the phone will reboot and then it voila its done !!!


8.) I cannot install more apps than some limited number CAZ OF PHONE SLOW DOWN OR HIGH BOOT TIMINGS
ans. ) well this is not your phone or other problem you need to disable the apps that start up at boot by es task manager and kill existing apps that are running from advanced task killer ! or from settings>applications>running services then tap to kill
2.) there are already 161 apps installed ! refer the screen shot . WITHOUT CONSUMING ANY INTERNAL memory
http://goo.gl/XdDhn

Advantages :
1.) you can save the space on Internal memory ( i personally have 70% free Memory from the time i have factory reset and did these steps i.e i just have utilized 1% of it !since that day
2.)can move only selected apps to sd
3.) any problem in system may be solved by recovering the backed up rom



For Pro users

just follow some simple steps .
1.) root your phone( i have given a link from internet for download of z4root any other will do i it works for you but for Micromax A70 z4root works)
2.) install Rom manager , and take a nandroid Backup
3.) format then partition the sd card from pc or from the Rom mamager
4.) install Link2sd
5.) create mount scripts for ext3 partition
6.) select auto link from settings
7.) again create mount scripts and quick reboot for any problems!



ADDITION :
NOTE:

I could have suggested to use Fat32 or ext2 or even ext4 instead of ext 3 but there are many grave problems!
1.)when you create a fat32 partition you cannot use the apps till the whole of Android boots up while ext partitions are mounted at the time of booting hence they are available
2.) also the problem with fat32 is that the apps won't work when you connect the phone to pc which is damn dangerous as we are shifting entire apps to the ext partition
3.) also ext 2 is not journaled !! the Greatest disadvantage of it also ext 3 is faster
4.) though ext4 is faster than ext3 , it is not supported by the kernel !!
5.) more ever i already said that this tutorial is designed for complete newbies ! who will probably use Rom manager for partition which ( the lastest version ) creates ext3 partition !! hence i have specified ext3 particularly !

PLZ READ FAQ NO. 8 FOR PHONE GOING SLOW OR HIGH BOOT TIME !


Do support the developer for such a amazing development official page and donation link here
[App] Link2SD - xda-developers

Any questions are welcome

also any body i need the preinstalled apps from Micromax A70 as in experiments i have ost them !! namely the m!apps, The piano app that came this can be shared by taking the backup of them and giving me or by just sending me there apk from a rooted device the help is very much needed !
if you find this useful plz share the file too for my help!! also donate to the original developer !

*NOTE : for thousands of apps you will need a large second parititon also the number varies by the size of apps
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thanks for the info,i am newbie.
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Well a2sd does work on A70...
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It's not always ext3 mount scripts with Link2SD.

If you partition using the recovery, it should be ext2.
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Well a2sd does work on A70...
well i tried many times and it does not work also it has many disadvantages over the post i have posted
by link2sd you get more freedom !
also it does not have its built gui thought there are gui available now but still the method fails to create mount script that is created y Link2sd i was able to install apps2sd on a70 but then constantly it did not mount the ext partition
while on other hand link2sd allows you to create mount scripts
to the full, if it does not get mounted apps 2sd will cause the system to be unstable !!!
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It's not always ext3 mount scripts with Link2SD.

If you partition using the recovery, it should be ext2.
No this is not true i have self partitioned the sd card from Rom manager and it does do ext3 partition may be you have some older version of it i used the newer one 4.8 ! and it does create ext3 partition
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All the partition automatically change to one the kernel supports so don't worry if it is ext4 or 3
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and our kernel only supports ext3 partition so thats why ninadchaudhari said to create sdext3 mount script and also u can try all other it will say "mount script can't be created as no such device found" (something like this)

its good that u mentioned u can install 1k apps but theres a problem after 40 apps all roms(till now ) are slowing down bcoz of non-efficient utilization of architecture of hardware by our micromax compiled kernel
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Strange.

Mine didn't recognize it when I selected the ext3 :/
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and our kernel only supports ext3 partition so thats why ninadchaudhari said to create sdext3 mount script and also u can try all other it will say "mount script can't be created as no such device found" (something like this)
That's not true.
I have used fat32, ext2 & now using ext3..
All the time, mount script created and partition does get mounted, everytime.
And no,it didn't changed to ext3 any time...i have checked everytime for some reason with gparted in my linux and the filesystem was the one which i created on partitioning.
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That's not true.
I have used fat32, ext2 & now using ext3..
All the time, mount script created and partition does get mounted, everytime.
And no,it didn't changed to ext3 any time...i have checked everytime for some reason with gparted in my linux and the filesystem was the one which i created on partitioning.
The problem is that when you create a fat32 partition you cannot use the apps till the whole of Android boots up while ext partitions are mounted at the time of booting hence they are available
2.) also the problem with fat32 is that the apps won't work when you connect the phone to pc which is damn dangerous as we are shifting entire apps to the ext partition
3.) also ext 2 is not journaled !! the Greatest disadvantage of it also ext 3 is faster
4.) though ext4 is faster than ext3 , it is not supported by the kernel !!


also for you problem of not loading scripts at the boot i have already posted FAQ that you need to create the scripts again and then Quick reboot ( note not Full reboot )
repeat this is it does not work! if not you havent partitioned the drive properly use Rom manager !
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Strange.

Mine didn't recognize it when I selected the ext3 :/
Hi i can help you provide me some more details of what did u do ? also did you use rom manager for partition?
also just click on recreate mount scripts and then quick reboot twice !!!
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and our kernel only supports ext3 partition so thats why ninadchaudhari said to create sdext3 mount script and also u can try all other it will say "mount script can't be created as no such device found" (something like this)

its good that u mentioned u can install 1k apps but theres a problem after 40 apps all roms(till now ) are slowing down bcoz of non-efficient utilization of architecture of hardware by our micromax compiled kernel
First off thanks for making it clear that ext 4 cannot be mounted !
second I have personally installed 161 apps of course more than 40 which keep on increasing !
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also abt the slow down of your phone i will recommend you to use ES task manager for disabling the auto startup of apps on every boot !! or you just need to upgrade to class 10 card for in app speed ! or you may have many apps apps running in background ! just close them with advanced task killer
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The problem is that when you create a fat32 partition you cannot use the apps till the whole of Android boots up while ext partitions are mounted at the time of booting hence they are available
2.) also the problem with fat32 is that the apps won't work when you connect the phone to pc which is damn dangerous as we are shifting entire apps to the ext partition
3.) also ext 2 is not journaled !! the Greatest disadvantage of it also ext 3 is faster
4.) though ext4 is faster than ext3 , it is not supported by the kernel !!


also for you problem of not loading scripts at the boot i have already posted FAQ that you need to create the scripts again and then Quick reboot ( note not Full reboot )
repeat this is it does not work! if not you havent partitioned the drive properly use Rom manager !
I know that all dude,that was all research for me only,i just tried out them all n now using ext3 as its best for device.I m not an empty nutshell.
And FYI,i never had any problem of not loading scripts...

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The problem is that when you create a fat32 partition you cannot use the apps till the whole of Android boots up while ext partitions are mounted at the time of booting hence they are available
2.) also the problem with fat32 is that the apps won't work when you connect the phone to pc which is damn dangerous as we are shifting entire apps to the ext partition
Its's not usual fat32 its second fat32 partition,link2sd supports that too.
And that 2nd did get mounted on boot(or may be just after boot),my apps were available right after boot & not after "Preparing sd card"....
And I m just clearing wrong thoughts about supported filesystems & like he said other filesystems would not get mounted..I m not challenging anyone...I m just sharing what I have experienced.
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well i tried many times and it does not work also it has many disadvantages over the post i have posted
by link2sd you get more freedom !
also it does not have its built gui thought there are gui available now but still the method fails to create mount script that is created y Link2sd i was able to install apps2sd on a70 but then constantly it did not mount the ext partition
while on other hand link2sd allows you to create mount scripts
to the full, if it does not get mounted apps 2sd will cause the system to be unstable !!!
I don't understand why u get everything as an offense to u???
Dude, once again I m telling u I know all these things...
I did not hit Thanks or I did not post "Great tutorial" that doesn't mean I don't appreciate your effort.
Well I just said a2sd does work that not mean link2sd is bad...n u know what i m using link2sd since i rooted.I have tried a2sd n it does work,that's it.I m not telling this is fine n this is bad,let the user decide that.
Ur post said a2sd is not supported(n even u highlighted as Best part) that is y I just wanted to clear you that a2sd is supported on this device.It did not work for u doesn't mean it is not working on device.(a2sd is in built in hybrid rom v2 & ashwa rom v1).Our devs worked hard for that just appreciate their efforts n don't wrong post that's what I mean to say.
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Good tutorial, great patience and effort.

1. A2sd works on a70 (as doc / mastermind has told)
2. I've had stablity issues with mounting ext3 scripts. after two or three reboots link2sd failed to recognise sd-ext partition. to verify this stability issue. I tried ext3 with link2sd 7 times. each time I would get a link2sd not recognising the ext3 partition and I lost data.

3. then I used gparted in linux and formated my sd-partition to ext2. so far it has been stable (touchwood).

4. there is a app called data2sd. it copies the entire /data partion to a loop file in sdcard (fat partition) and makes a ext2 in a loop file. I had no success with that one so far.
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1. A2sd works on a70 (as doc / mastermind has told)
2. I've had stablity issues with mounting ext3 scripts. after two or three reboots link2sd failed to recognise sd-ext partition. to verify this stability issue. I tried ext3 with link2sd 7 times. each time I would get a link2sd not recognising the ext3 partition and I lost data.

3. then I used gparted in linux and formated my sd-partition to ext2. so far it has been stable (touchwood).

4. there is a app called data2sd. it copies the entire /data partion to a loop file in sdcard (fat partition) and makes a ext2 in a loop file. I had no success with that one so far.

Hey bro it seems that u can't make a partition correctly ....
Did u format ur memory card before creating partition then do it...create partition with ur desired req. And select swap size 0mb and partition as ext2 or ext3
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Did u format ur memory card before creating partition then do it...create partition with ur desired req. And select swap size 0mb and partition as ext2 or ext3

Hey gautam I used swap size 32mb when I got new memory card.
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Its of no use as our kernel doesn't support swap so 32mb is wasted
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Should I try to use any such app from market just for trial?
Will it mess my phone.
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I mean to say will it lead to any damage to kernel or bootloader.
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if you want just download the app called "swapper" or "swapper 2" from app store and they report that they cannot work !!! there is no problem with just trying !
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i have tried on my device and just that the app does not work ! nothing else ! i am rocking with device
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is there any way to install apps in SD card without rooting the phone?if yes,pls let me know in what way we can do it.
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Yes you can do it with ADB.
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As already answered,yes u can..here is the procedure.
How to force install apps to SD card without ROOT!!! A70
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Hi in my tutorial apps2sd i never meant the native apps2sd !!!
i always meant darktremors apps2sd [Script][A2SD] Darktremor 2.7.5.3 Beta 04 [N1] (01/29/2011) - xda-developers
hich functions more or less like link2sd !
ts android 2.2 hence it is bound to support native apps2sd
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Used link2sd after many suggestions...and it's better than a2sd for sure
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Used link2sd after many suggestions...and it's better than a2sd for sure
In each n every rom link2sd worked better for me.so if I would be a rom developer then I will consider not to adding a2sd to rom by default.it's abt me,no one should take this as personal comment.
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I just did 2 days ago, what the tutorial says, i had to collect info from various places, but this is a complete tutorial, good work. I first used app2sd but it was not good... link2sd is far much better.. i used 1GB ext3 partition. The above article is really perfect and its working. i have installed plenty of games and apps after this..

why dont they bundle lin2sd during the new purchase... its really great friends go for it...
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how they will???????
It needs phone to be rooted.
And why Company will give a phone with voided warranty.
We have to do this on our own responsibilty
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has any one tried more than 1gb ext3 partition on link2sd, is it good to increase the 1GB ext3 partition to 2GB.
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Yes u can increase it.
But do u install this much apps on ur phone????????
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My apps list after link2sd
78 apps in total ( all kinds of free good apps and games)

(these apps include apps like
go launcher ex 6mb + themes+lockers+widgets= 15 to 18mb
yahoo messenger with video chat 23mb
angry birds all 3 free versions 60-65mb
opera 22mb
google+ 19mb
rockplayer 13mb
viber 11mb all others below 10mb)


i have kept go laucher ex and the current theme on the internal memory..

all other apps on ext3 via link2sd, still link2sd shows 82mb free of 190mb, and 1GB ext3 partition 533mb used and still 562mb free.. this is without deleting any cache files... just simple novice approach... any one can suggest me some more tricks on this.... give me more apps android
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:P 178 APPS best that !! + now amazing performance by Hybrid v3!
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So u r good now with link2sd???solved your problems??
yup you did help a lot by telling abt a2sd inbuilt in v3 but the real problem was when i used the services.jar provided by gautam it created the problems even in stock rom hence i had a factory reset and installed the apps again and i am alright now !
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yahoo messenger with video chat 23mb
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opera 22mb
google+ 19mb
rockplayer 13mb
viber 11mb all others below 10mb)


i have kept go laucher ex and the current theme on the internal memory..

all other apps on ext3 via link2sd, still link2sd shows 82mb free of 190mb, and 1GB ext3 partition 533mb used and still 562mb free.. this is without deleting any cache files... just simple novice approach... any one can suggest me some more tricks on this.... give me more apps android
Well indeed you seem to be very happy with link2sd ! so i personally use a 2gb partition on sd as mentioned in tutorial ( but i have 16 gb card and also i do not have any music on phone - all on google music stream every time from google music app ) so indeed 2 gb also works !

more over after installing so many apps many of them will try to run at boot up hence i will suggest you using "Rom toolbox" for managing startup apps
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hey guys im planning to buy 8gb sd card from letsbuy.comVerbatim 62705 / 44004 MicroSD Card 8GB (Class 4)
i have given d link above...can anyone plz look into d link and tel me whether it is compatible to my a70....plz guys...thanks in advance
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1.) Consider purchasing from Flipkart --just personal suggestion letsbuy delay there shipments !
2.) regarding class 4 sd -- classes indicate that how fast the sd card is hence you can use it on A70 -- personally as mentioned earlier i use Transcend 16Gb Class 10 card for extreme performance[from flipkart]
3.) there is no ****ing link...
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1.) Consider purchasing from Flipkart --just personal suggestion letsbuy delay there shipments !
2.) regarding class 4 sd -- classes indicate that how fast the sd card is hence you can use it on A70 -- personally as mentioned earlier i use Transcend 16Gb Class 10 card for extreme performance[from flipkart]
3.) there is no ****ing link...

Here is the link..
1)Buy Verbatim 62705 / 44004 MicroSD Card 8GB (Class 4) at Best Price in India - Also find Specifications, Photos, Features & Reviews

Plz tel me whether it is compatible with a70
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it states that i use class 10 hence the thing you are asking is completely compatible
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instead you are welcome on IRC chat for mmx a70 !
more over stop spoiling the place this is not he place for asking anyone to be online... post in respective threads or you MUST pm the person for any personal requests...
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