App2sd tanpa flashing ROM

by Antozz » Thu, 13 May 2010 07:50:09 GMT

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 Allo.. agan-agan yang gape ngoprek2 Android mau nanya nih... maklum
ane masih newbie di androidan...

Bagaimana caranya apps2sd tanpa melakukan flashing ROM maupun update

Hape ane LG GW620 (sedih juga androider yg pake ini sedikit' padahl
enak loh keyboard qwertynya ;p ), saat ini kondisi hape:
- sudah berhasil ane root dgn supeuser whitelist
- sudah berhasil diinstall busybox, bash, nano dan tentunya better
- sudah  dipartisi dgn 900 MB ext2 (sempat ext4 dan ext3), swap 32 MB
(sempat 64 MB), sisanya 900 MBan Fat32. SD Card ane masih standar 2GB,
nggak tahu class brp? gimana caranya biar tahu?

Nah masalahnya yg 900MB ext2 ndak terdeteksi (blm di mounting udah
dicek pake #df -h). Setahu ane untuk mounting di linux bisa di /etc/
fstab... nah masalah file tsb ndak ada.

Tolong dong suhu-suhu bantuannya, kalau bisa step by step. Kenapa aku
nggak mau flashing krn ane merasa sudah cukup terpenuhi kebutuhan
dasar yg bisa nulis anywhere dgn hape ini hanya saja terbatas dalam
install aplikasi).

Sebelumnya terima kasih yach...



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