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Old August 28th, 2011, 08:44 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,

I have bought Samsung Galaxy Gio a few weeks ago. Android LITERALLY changed my world. Amazing

I am facing an issue though that has tied my hands to install some very imp apps. I have installed App2SD but still there are applications that cannot be moved to SD card, neither di I want to remove the apps I have already installed (all are important to me) and my internal memory is full. I badly want to install some more imp. aaps and games.

I have heard there is a way to "root" the phone, make a partition in the SD card and, through some app, designate that partition to extended internal virtual memory. I have googled it and searched this forum as well but cannot find a workable and easy guide to do it.

Please guide me. Need the solution urgently. Thanks in advance

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you see
Android is a specialized type of Linux
In linux...there is an almighty user called ROOT...this user has all the privileges to the system...

so rooting your android phone is just the process of getting supreme privileges to your phone which the manufacture doesnt allow otherwise...

the thing you are talking about(making another partition and installing apps on that)
there is something called A2SD Darktremor

first thing...you need to root
then...follow this tutorial...make sure you use a card reader and not your phone

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1. Insert the memory card in card reader (don't use phone for partition making)
2. Open the "Partition Wizard"
3.Move/Resize Right-click on SDCard and choose Move / Resize
4.Select the partition size ((Don't have to format complete card just resize)
5.Confirm your choice to "OK"
6.Right-click on the unpartitioned space
7.Click "Create"
8. A warning message appears, click "Yes"
9.Choose "Create as Primary"
10.Patrition type Ext2
11.Cluster size 4Kb Cluster size 4Kb
12.click "Ok"
13.click "Apply"
14.Finish
15.Now you can insert the card into the phone
and to enable Darktremor A2SD
install this

if you need more help...feel free to PM me

Please do understand...I am not the most knowledgeable about android
what i write might not be 100% correct but ill try my best to provide you with the most accurate information
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Thanks Asad.

I tried to root the phone. Followed following steps

  1. To begin, download the update.zip file from the link above and copy it to the root of your SD card.
  2. Power the phone off.
  3. Boot into recovery mode by holding the middle button and pressing the power button.
When I powered the phone on holding the middle button. It didn't ask me to select any option but instantly gave me this message:



I pressed the middle button again and it rebooted. But it has not rooted the phone I guess. Need help

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When you pressed the power+ok button...you entered Recovery Mode

When in recovery mode...you just pressed the ok button...when the option 'reboot system now' was selected...
use the volume buttons to navigate down and select 'apply sdcard:update.zip'
and press the ok button(middle button)

this will root your phone
if it doesnt restart your phone...just navigate to 'reboot system now' and hit ok
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by the way...
i would really recommend installing a custom rom instead of rooting and all the installing darktremor and stuff

i would recommend GioProLite...
I have this too and am as happy as i could be

Although im not using dark tremor
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Thanks Asad. I have successfully rooted and created the partition (Did exactly as told)

The next step to enable Darktremor A2SD mentioned here are too complicated for me to understand . Can you please guide me in that.

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Hi,

I have bought Samsung Galaxy Gio a few weeks ago. Android LITERALLY changed my world. Amazing

I am facing an issue though that has tied my hands to install some very imp apps. I have installed App2SD but still there are applications that cannot be moved to SD card, neither di I want to remove the apps I have already installed (all are important to me) and my internal memory is full. I badly want to install some more imp. aaps and games.

I have heard there is a way to "root" the phone, make a partition in the SD card and, through some app, designate that partition to extended internal virtual memory. I have googled it and searched this forum as well but cannot find a workable and easy guide to do it.

Please guide me. Need the solution urgently. Thanks in advance

buddy,
hw many MB' s were free just after u bought ur GIO ? was it like 120/181 MB?? (i mean the phone free memory)....

secondly, hw many apps did u installed ? and what are the apps that u were failed to moov ... pls specify...

thanx in advance...
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Thanks Asad. I have successfully rooted and created the partition (Did exactly as told)

The next step to enable Darktremor A2SD mentioned here are too complicated for me to understand . Can you please guide me in that.

Thanks in advance
Download this
Code:
http://hotfile.com/dl/126440084/be40551/3_-_darktremor.zip.html
Now extract this file...
and rename 'dtapps2sd-2.7.5.3-beta04-signed.zip' to 'update.zip'(without the quotes ofcourse :P )

Now...put the two files:
update.zip and a2sd_enabler.sh in the root of your sd-card

now install this app:
Code:
https://market.android.com/details?id=jackpal.androidterm&hl=en
this will let your run linux commands on your phone......
run these commands on your phoneon line at a time :P )
Code:
su
cd sdcard
sh a2sd_enabler.sh
reboot recovery (reboot recovery)
after you run this command...you will reboot into recovery mode...
choose this command:
Code:
apply sdcard:update.zip
reboot

now install this app
Code:
https://market.android.com/details?id=com.elgubbo.a2sdGUI
after you install...run A2SD GUI
choose the 'Delvik' Tab
then select the Delvik's cache on SD-EXT
and choose MOVE

if your phone doesnt reboot automatically...reboot it yourself

and...your good to go...this should(if performed right) transfer the apps to SD card

I really hope I helped

Do tell if you have any other problem...

and dont forget to hit the thanks button if YOU think i deserve it!
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buddy,
hw many MB' s were free just after u bought ur GIO ? was it like 120/181 MB?? (i mean the phone free memory)....

secondly, hw many apps did u installed ? and what are the apps that u were failed to moov ... pls specify...

thanx in advance...
these are the apps which cant be moved to sd...unless you force them to sd...
got this info from
Code:
https://market.android.com/details?id=com.a0soft.gphone.app2sd&hl=en
the red text is an example of the apps i added...
Code:
If app uses any of the following features, it cannot be installed on the external storage. It's required by Android system.
App Widgets, ---Sense Analog Clock
Services, ---Watts
Input Method Engines, ---Swype
Live Wallpapers, ---Nexus Revamped Live Wallpaper
Live Folders, ---*Never heard of them*
Alarm Services, ---Alarm Clock Plus
Account Managers, ---*the built in app*
Sync Adapters, ---*no idea*
Device Administrators ---Lockout Mobile Security
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THANKS A LOT

You made such this complicated procedure so simple. This issue is so common and you gave the solution in such a layman terms that I think this post should be pinned.

A small queries though:

I made a partition of around 1 GB, yet the internal remaining memory is 107 MB? Why is that?
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well...the android OS itself does need some space...

you have almost twice as much as space i have without app2sd


plus...i dont think you should make such a large partition for a2sd

the biggest at most should be 400MB

you really dont need that much space for apps...i mean the largest app i ever downloaded was angry birds rio...and i think thats about 19MB

most apps are below 10MB...
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Salam,
A also has galaxy gio and i was little bit worry about memory thing. This solution is best but its very much difficult for newbies like us. I also has Huawei Ideos U1850 which is entry level android. For test purpose i root it and install custom ROM DroniX 0.4 version. For moving aaps i install App2SD and Titanium backup pro. search youtube "mazzahir" and you will find video tutorial.
Huawei Ideos u1850 MOVE ALL APPS TO SD-CARD-URDU
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@donchoudry...about your question in my visitors message
to tell you the truth...
i have absolutely no idea if upgrading to gingerbread will reset all the things you did....but im pretty sure it will...plus its a good practice to factory reset a phone after an upgrade....really actually helps a lot....

the process of doing all these things will be the same i think...
i havnt tested that out myself because i flashed a custom rom that already was rooted....and i dont use a2sd so i dont need the partitioning and then installing a2sd and the stuff...but the process of installing that is same...
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these are the apps which cant be moved to sd...unless you force them to sd...
got this info from
Code:
https://market.android.com/details?id=com.a0soft.gphone.app2sd&hl=en
the red text is an example of the apps i added...
Code:
If app uses any of the following features, it cannot be installed on the external storage. It's required by Android system.
App Widgets, ---Sense Analog Clock
Services, ---Watts
Input Method Engines, ---Swype
Live Wallpapers, ---Nexus Revamped Live Wallpaper
Live Folders, ---*Never heard of them*
Alarm Services, ---Alarm Clock Plus
Account Managers, ---*the built in app*
Sync Adapters, ---*no idea*
Device Administrators ---Lockout Mobile Security
Hope i helped...hit the thanks button...if YOU think i helped
okay mate....thanx a lot...but this limitation is no more a concern for me ....(decided to roooooooooooooot )...and found da best/reliable tool (Super1 click)...

good day..!!!
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you see
Android is a specialized type of Linux
In linux...there is an almighty user called ROOT...this user has all the privileges to the system...

so rooting your android phone is just the process of getting supreme privileges to your phone which the manufacture doesnt allow otherwise...

the thing you are talking about(making another partition and installing apps on that)
there is something called A2SD Darktremor

first thing...you need to root

then...follow this tutorial...make sure you use a card reader and not your phone



and to enable Darktremor A2SD

install this



if you need more help...feel free to PM me

Please do understand...I am not the most knowledgeable about android
what i write might not be 100% correct but ill try my best to provide you with the most accurate information
THANKS ASAS VERY MUCH,

I have upgraded my gio to gingerbread, and I wonder that does it work on this android version.

Did you try on gingerbread ? Pls give me an advise.

Thanks with best regards.
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Agree, pin it. I have to install Gingerbread because I want Flash, do I need to root?
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Hi
I did the whole process on my phone and it worked like a charm until I tried "Dalvik Cache on SD-EXT" and "Move", it keeps saying "Not enough space left" and nothing happens. What to do?
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Exclamation Replace UPDATE.zip file?

I have also UPDATe.zip file in my sd card what should i do? shall i replace?
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then...follow this tutorial...make sure you use a card reader and not your phone

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1. Insert the memory card in card reader (don't use phone for partition making)
2. Open the "Partition Wizard"
3.Move/Resize Right-click on SDCard and choose Move / Resize
4.Select the partition size ((Don't have to format complete card just resize)
5.Confirm your choice to "OK"
6.Right-click on the unpartitioned space
7.Click "Create"
8. A warning message appears, click "Yes"
9.Choose "Create as Primary"
10.Patrition type Ext2
11.Cluster size 4Kb Cluster size 4Kb
12.click "Ok"
13.click "Apply"
14.Finish
15.Now you can insert the card into the phone

i tried that but still in my mobile 2nd sd card is not found? waht to do?
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Doesn't really work for me I guess :s did all the steps and when i toggle dalvik cache on sd-ext and press Move! it reboots but it still stays on internal memoery for some strange reason

So could you tell me what I did wrong please? :x
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It worked like a charm. Thanks Asad ! I had only 18MB available in internal memory and now 90 MB 8)

One question, now will all apps be installed on SD card or i will need to transfer them individually by repeating the process you shared each time I get a new app ?
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ASAD the first file you said we should download is not available
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Download this
Code:
http://hotfile.com/dl/126440084/be40551/3_-_darktremor.zip.html
Now extract this file...
and rename 'dtapps2sd-2.7.5.3-beta04-signed.zip' to 'update.zip'(without the quotes ofcourse :P )

Now...put the two files:
update.zip and a2sd_enabler.sh in the root of your sd-card

now install this app:
Code:
https://market.android.com/details?id=jackpal.androidterm&hl=en
this will let your run linux commands on your phone......
run these commands on your phoneon line at a time :P )
Code:
su
cd sdcard
sh a2sd_enabler.sh
reboot recovery (reboot recovery)
after you run this command...you will reboot into recovery mode...
choose this command:
Code:
apply sdcard:update.zip
reboot

now install this app
Code:
https://market.android.com/details?id=com.elgubbo.a2sdGUI
after you install...run A2SD GUI
choose the 'Delvik' Tab
then select the Delvik's cache on SD-EXT
and choose MOVE

if your phone doesnt reboot automatically...reboot it yourself

and...your good to go...this should(if performed right) transfer the apps to SD card

I really hope I helped

Do tell if you have any other problem...

and dont forget to hit the thanks button if YOU think i deserve it!
the first file is not available..... i manage to download from another site and everythin goes right but when I open A2SDGUI it says " better do a2sd check in terminal emulater, mayb my version is below 2.7.5.2
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Ok, now it took me forever to realise this but
ANDROID DOES NOT DELETE CACHED EMAILS. EVER.
So if you have low memory, INEVITABLY you only need to chear your email cache. This is harder than it should be, the only way I found to do it is delete and add your email account. I tried Ti-backup Accounts, and email. Accounts doesn't do it, and email backs up and restores the files you don't want. The popular "cache clear" programs do not do this.
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hello all,
after i did all the steps as explained by asad,
my Gio (android 2.3.6 after upgrade) stuck during reboot process,
such a long, long, long time, still did not show the home screen..
i don't know what's the problem.
anybody can help me?
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Sad Remerge 2nd Partition

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1. Insert the memory card in card reader (don't use phone for partition making)
2. Open the "Partition Wizard"
3.Move/Resize Right-click on SDCard and choose Move / Resize
4.Select the partition size ((Don't have to format complete card just resize)
5.Confirm your choice to "OK"
6.Right-click on the unpartitioned space
7.Click "Create"
8. A warning message appears, click "Yes"
9.Choose "Create as Primary"
10.Patrition type Ext2
11.Cluster size 4Kb Cluster size 4Kb
12.click "Ok"
13.click "Apply"
14.Finish
15.Now you can insert the card into the phone


I have 2 partition one of is not working so want to reemerge my 2nd partition with first how can i??? kindly help me
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Ok, now it took me forever to realise this but
ANDROID DOES NOT DELETE CACHED EMAILS. EVER.
So if you have low memory, INEVITABLY you only need to chear your email cache. This is harder than it should be, the only way I found to do it is delete and add your email account. I tried Ti-backup Accounts, and email. Accounts doesn't do it, and email backs up and restores the files you don't want. The popular "cache clear" programs do not do this.
Ok, so I have the same internal memory problem and I tried your way....didn't work. Memory is still full (19 MB) and the only thing that I can think of is that the OS is taking all this space. One more thing; I upgraded (some time ago) to Gingerbread 2.3.4. and installed GioPro. Now, GioPro almost KILLED my phone, so I uninstalled it but my OS version didn't change. Then I tried updating the OS with Kies to an official version and it stuck to 2.3.4. Does that mean that it's an official Android OS version? Because if so, then it shouldn't take so much space on my memory, as the previous versions didn't. Can you give me a clue on what the hell I could possibly do about it? :-s
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I have done everything as you instructed up into rooting part. The first file here is "deleted" or so it says, so I'm stuck and don't know what to do next. I really don't know much about phones and such things about rooting etc unless there's a tutorial so I really don't know what to do. Please help me.

And by the way, does this tutorial work with 2.3.3? My Gio's got that version instead of 2.3.4 and I don't know if it works the same.
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Hi, did everything as per but when trying the a2sdgui program I get an error message saying 1, not rooted (how do I confirm) 2, scripts not found, 3 no external partitions (seems ok)
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