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Old December 12th, 2012, 07:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have my Reverb rooted and I installed Link2SD. I have a 16gb sd and I partitioned it with 2 partitions as it states. When I try to move apps to SD it comes back with "install_failed_insufficient_storage" message on every app. It's seeing the 2nd partition and all appears to be well. I can see the 2nd partition in Root Explorer as well. Any ideas?

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Old December 12th, 2012, 11:18 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Having the exact problem.
I made the 2nd partition PRIMARY, with Fat32.
I see it there on root explorer and Link2sd app as well.
I have 3 gigs sitting there.
But having the same "install_failed_insufficient_storage" as MadMike getting.

when I started Link I check Fat32 for storage, should I have check EXT2 or 3 instead?
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Old December 12th, 2012, 09:03 PM   #3 (permalink)
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sooo,
no one is running Link on there phone.
any help would be appreciated.
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Apparently no one else is having this particular problem...

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You're clicking on create link right? Not move to SD card.
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Thanks.

That was the problem, works like it should. I tested with loading an app from the market, showed right up in the notification bar that linking to Sd.
checked my storage info and shows in the 2nd partition.

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Can you root the phone if you installed the LK2 update?
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Can you root the phone if you installed the LK2 update?
Stop spreading this question to every thread in this forum.

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I have my Reverb rooted and I installed Link2SD. I have a 16gb sd and I partitioned it with 2 partitions as it states. When I try to move apps to SD it comes back with "install_failed_insufficient_storage" message on every app. It's seeing the 2nd partition and all appears to be well. I can see the 2nd partition in Root Explorer as well. Any ideas?
Hey bro, how did you partition your SD? Do you just format to fat32 on Windows? Or do I have to use Linux and mess with partition tables? I've tried with no luck. Also, when you guys say RE sees it, where? Should be a directory under /data no? Does it show a linked arrow --> after the directory name? Thanks
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I partitioned my sd with Easeus in windows, FAT32. Create 2 primary partitions on the sd. Link2SD will recognize it if you are rooted. It creates a directory under /data called /sdext2 or something like that. Link2SD will shows the programs as linked when you do them. As well, when you install new programs it will display a notification that it's linking and then another to say that it's linked/moved or not.
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I partitioned my sd with Easeus in windows, FAT32. Create 2 primary partitions on the sd. Link2SD will recognize it if you are rooted. It creates a directory under /data called /sdext2 or something like that. Link2SD will shows the programs as linked when you do them. As well, when you install new programs it will display a notification that it's linking and then another to say that it's linked/moved or not.
Did L2SD have to recreate the mountscripts, or did it automount right away?
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It picked up the partition and used it.

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