December 4th, 2011, 12:31 PM
Join Date: Nov 2011
Device(s): LG G2,
i6000 6.5" phone,
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Originally Posted by Ayered
I'm still running stock, but I'm rooted and have CWM. I already have all the stock stuff backed up (Nandroid, Titanium Backup, recovery, image and hidden).
I want to transfer the contents of the stock 2GB SD card to a new card with the least steps.
Does the stock Triumph card have an ext3 partition or is it only FAT32? If it's just FAT32, can I drag and drop copy all the files in Windows? If I do need an ext3 partition, what size should I make it?
If I take the old card out and put in a new one to format using the phone formatting utility, will the phone crash due to missing data stored on the old SD card? Or should I format the new card on my PC with SDFormatter?
I have the Android SDK installed on windows, if there's a simple command line backup/restore command with adb. I also have Linux running in a VM or could use a boot CD like gparted.
Thanks for your help.
I am pretty sure the "stock" SDHC is just plain FAT32.
I am runnung MIUI.
I copied all the files to my PC, then copied them to the different SDHC, put it into the phone and booted w/o any problems.