Link2SDSupport


  1. madmikess

    madmikess Well-Known Member

    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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  2. kzrdrnc

    kzrdrnc Well-Known Member

    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?
  3. kzrdrnc

    kzrdrnc Well-Known Member

    sooo,:rolleyes:
    no one is running Link on there phone.
    any help would be appreciated.
  4. madmikess

    madmikess Well-Known Member

    Apparently no one else is having this particular problem...

    Sent from my SPH-M950 using Tapatalk 2
  5. jgraves12

    jgraves12 Well-Known Member

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

    kzrdrnc Well-Known Member

    jgraves12,
    Thanks. :D

    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.

    Thanks again.
  7. Tighe

    Tighe Active Member

    Can you root the phone if you installed the LK2 update?
  8. kzrdrnc

    kzrdrnc Well-Known Member

  9. madmikess

    madmikess Well-Known Member

    Stop spreading this question to every thread in this forum.

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy Reverb using Tapatalk 2.
  10. kzrdrnc

    kzrdrnc Well-Known Member

  11. cobretti

    cobretti Well-Known Member

    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
  12. madmikess

    madmikess Well-Known Member

    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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  13. cobretti

    cobretti Well-Known Member

    Did L2SD have to recreate the mountscripts, or did it automount right away?
  14. madmikess

    madmikess Well-Known Member

    It picked up the partition and used it.

    Sent from my Samsung Galaxy Reverb using Tapatalk 2.
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