I successfully partitioned my sd card to fat32 and ext2, thus allowing me to install more apps to the phone and the sd card. I used the minitool partition software, xp/Vista /7/8 compatible. Now I can use link2sd and it seems to be working very well so far.
Those with low internal memory and nice big sd cards might give it a go. Word of advice though, this will wipe the sd card, so make a backup of any important files. I found the Minitool for free on cnet, so a Google search should do. Just follow the instructions at the link to the t, stock & custom roms should work fine. Now install and enjoy bunches of apps without the low internal memory issues. Custom Rom's have separate instructions at the bottom of the page in the link.http://www.noypigeeks.com/android/tutorial-a-guide-to-link2sd/
I have tested this on my Galaxy Reverb and it Does Work, I have not noticed any issues yet. Though some apps may not work with it, I have found none.
I take no credit for this guide, nor am I responsible for damaged sd cards, as I did not create it and can not fix corruption.
I'm sure if instructions aren't followed, you could possibly corrupt your sd card. So please please read and re-read the guide before attempting this.
Also after you create your first fat32 partition / the bigger one, do not try to re-partition it to make the second partition. You will see a blank/unnamed column with smaller storage just below the new partition, this is to be your second partition/ ext2 or ext4 depending on your Rom. This smaller one is where the link2sd will put your apps+data+libraries. The bigger one is what will be left for average storage / music, pics, videos and other files.
Hope you enjoy.
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