I'm working on incorporating true a2sd support for the Galaxy Victory. I had a scary but seemingly successful build last nite, but the scary issues make me want to do considerable testing before releasing it. What happened: I added support for a2sd, which is actually built into the system just not activated in the ramdisk. I added the a2sd service and triggers in init.rc since the a2sd is part of the stock bin. I kept the extSD2internalSD mod (in init.d), since the external SD is the only one you can partition. I used the SDcard I had used on my Optimus V since it was already partitioned and formatted to ext4. As soon as I booted, every app started crashing, but the system kept running fine. I looked in the app drawer, and saw a listing of the apps I had installed on the Optimus V. I then realized I had not re-formatted the SDcard from my Optimus V, so the Victory was attempting to load the apps I had installed on the OV. This makes me believe I have it working, for the most part, since it did actually try to load the apps from the ext4 partition on the external sdcard (swapped for internal). Unfortunately, I decided to upgrade my Ubuntu install (Wubi flavor) to 12.04, which is not a stable release for building Android (still experimental). I've been able to load Ubuntu, update everything, run apt-get install to download the build requirements for Android, and actually use many of the sdk tools. I was even able to do a couple of test builds of Victorious. However, after the third or fourth boot into Ubuntu, it doesn't boot up anymore, stupid experimental branch (actually, stupid me for using an experimental branch). This has happened to me three days in a row now, wasting 4 hours each day to install and update everything, get a build done, then have Ubuntu not boot and give up for the night. Long story short, I'm going to install Ubuntu 11 via Wubi, and see if I can get a stable build environment going. I was wondering if anyone here might have experience getting a2sd to work, especially experience on phones with internal SDcards. I'm flying blind with google as my guide, and feeling a bit nervous, could use some help!