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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Mtbsinger85, Dec 27, 2011.

  1. Mtbsinger85

    Mtbsinger85 Member
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    I'm trying to reinstall a2sd and I'm getting this screen.


    Do I need to delete everything off my sd card and install this and then restore it all?

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  2. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    what rom are you on?
  3. Xtremedays

    Xtremedays Android Expert

    Did you partition your sdcard? Can you access you sdcard through a file explorer?
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  4. Mtbsinger85

    Mtbsinger85 Member
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    I have not changed the rom, this is the screen from the android terminal emulator.
  5. MizzouBrent

    MizzouBrent Android Expert

    Is your card partitioned?
  6. Mtbsinger85

    Mtbsinger85 Member
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    I have not partitioned my sdcard yet. And I just realized I can't access things on my SD card right now, not sure what's going on yet.
  7. Mtbsinger85

    Mtbsinger85 Member
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    I plugged in the USB to my laptop and I have it set to just charge, so I have to change the settings to make it read the SD card, but just plugging it in as power, all my memory card stuff became accessible. So I tried reinstalling a2sd again, and it gave me the same error.
  8. argedion

    argedion The TechnoFrog

    First notice how it states on the 4th line up from the bottom:
    Problem Detected: Darktremor Apps2sd may not have ran during boot. Cannot Read a2sd.mountpoint. Also notice you have no swap area and your sd card is not mounted.

    reboot phone back in to recovery. Wipe Dalvic and Cache 3x Manually. Go to the option to USBToggle - MS this will turn your sdcard into a drive that can communicate on windows / linux / fruitypebbles copy entire contents over to a folder on the computer. When the copy is done push the power button to turn of the USB Toggle and then go to partitions create your swap/ext3/fat32

    Swap: 32mg
    ext3: 1gig up to 2gig
    fat32 remainder.
    after you have this setup then toggle back on copy fies from sd card back over to the card. Make sure you have DT's a2sd installed in the root of your SDCARD. flash it back and let it do its thing and maybe we can get it up and going properly now.
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  9. MizzouBrent

    MizzouBrent Android Expert

    Yup, have to partition your card in order to use dt a2sd.
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  10. Mtbsinger85

    Mtbsinger85 Member
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    Trying to set up the partition now, the first one that comes up is the swap, and it is already 32mb, but the second one that comes up is ext2, then fat32, is this right, I just set the ext2 to 1 or 2 gigs?
  11. dustwun77

    dustwun77 Endeavor to Persevere :)

    1 gig should be way more than enough,

    also, from our guide, how to partition section, some more info:

    "1.copy your content of the card to a computer because partitioning will wipe the card's content.
    2.go into recovery and select partition your sd card
    3.enter 32 for swap, and 1024 or 2048 for ext2, and do the rest for FAT
    4.select upgrade ext2 to ext3
    6.select usb-ms toggle and transfer your contents of your card on your computer back to the card.
    5.go to the main menu and do a full wipe (min data, dalvik cache and cache)
    6.flash the superwipe
    7.flash the rom of your choice.

    from now on it is recommended you wipe dalvik cache, cache, data and sd ext.before flashing roms. MAKE SURE THAT YOU DO NOT SELECT WIPE SD CARD as it will do just that. your card will be erased. also make sure that when making a nandroid backup to select sd ext to be backed up as well."
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  12. Mtbsinger85

    Mtbsinger85 Member
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    Did the superwipe and flashed a sense 3.0 rom, and then I tried again and it works great. Now on to overclocking.
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  13. dustwun77

    dustwun77 Endeavor to Persevere :)

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