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Old December 19th, 2010, 08:23 AM   #1 (permalink)
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first off, I want to thank you guys for all the info I was able to pull off this site. Was able to root my aria with unrevoked easily, did the nandroid backup, and learned how to put the froyo 2.2 on my phone. So a big thank you to all the people who posted their experiences.

My question is (and i searched) I have the 2gig sd card still and am going to pick up a 16gig (32 if I find one). what exactly do I do? I have a copy of my sd card saved to my laptop. whats next?

do I just pop in the new sd card, partition with rom manager, then transfer all my files from the computer back to the new sd card?

and does the rom manager partition let you set how many gigs you want to set for apps?


I just want to clarify the steps. thanks

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Old January 11th, 2011, 12:20 AM   #2 (permalink)
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as for the first question yes...it is that simple just format, drag and drop.


set up your partitions first


as for partition size I do not recall if it was preset or if there was an option.
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