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Old September 13th, 2013, 02:39 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi guys. I've recently installed cm10 on my galaxy i9003. Then i wanted to swap my sdcard to gain some extra ram performance. But after i swapped it in the cwm recovery mode phone stuck on the opening scene. It does not open. Can anyone help me to find out how can i fix this problem? Or maybe how to set the partition settings to default as i have never done it.. I need urgent help.

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Can you still get into CWM? tell me you made a recovery backup?
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Unfortunately i did not. But i can get into the CWM.
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Cool just do a wipe and flash CM again
i know nothing about repartitioning though sorry

EDIT i hope im wrong but maybe partitions stick after a flash(?)
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I once tried to flash the Cynogenmod again but it did not we work.I wiped data/factory reset, wiped cache partition, wiped dalvik cache and installed the cm but the same process. Still stucks on the cynogen mode opening screen
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EDIT i hope im wrong but maybe partitions stick after a flash(?)
It should stick.( at least it did when partitioning sd card as internal memory. I haven't done it since the OG EVO days, todays devices don't generally need it)
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Nothing can be done about the phone?
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im not sure man. Is it a samsung gs1?
What method did you use to swap the partitions?
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Can you link us to the directions you followed to partition it?
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Advanced-partition sd card- 256mb-256mb-ext3 partition. It was something like that i dont recall exactly now. But now it doesnt even ask me which partition. I can now just select the mb then OM or other mb numbers..
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Any ideas if it would work supposing i tried to install stock rom ?
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You could try but i dont think the partitioning is something the rom has control over.
Your best bet is searching the web for guides to using whatever method you used to do it i think
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While installing back the stock rom Odin has an option called re-partioning. Do you think this has something to do with my problem?
I also have one more question how can i download a stock rom accordiong to my firmware version which i dont know. How can I find my firmware version ?
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Sammobile.com/firmware has samsung official firmwares. Just enter your model number.
Ive never touched the partition part of Odin because i know its dangerous but you have nothing much to lose at this point. Dont do it blindly though, try n find a guide.
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