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« on: May 21, 2012, 11:17:58 AM »
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    everything was going so smooth had 1.4 on and for some reason after a smoke session i picked up my phone and in the cwm menu i went to delete sdcard instead i deleted everything else now my phone is stuck at boot menu showing lg pic and thats all it will do it wont even turn off unless i pull battery. so is there anyway i can recover my phone? or is it basically time to save up for the black?
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    Re: optimus Q

    « Reply #1 on: May 21, 2012, 11:28:26 AM »
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    hmm... power the phone off. remove the sd-card then put it back in... boot to recovery by pressing in home then the volume rocker down and finally power (pushing all 3 together and holding them) until you boot into recovery. if you get into recovery plug your phone into a comp and go to mounts and storage and select mount usb storage. put a rom on your sdcard... flash it. and dont smoke and operate cellphones anymore. 
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    « Reply #2 on: May 21, 2012, 11:40:13 AM »
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    lol i remember that booting into recovery but i can never seem to get it to work even before i bricked this sucker
     but battery and card back in hit power button then pointer fingers on each side of volume rocker and thumb on home key. i get nothing
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    « Reply #3 on: May 21, 2012, 12:18:25 PM »
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    omfg it worked lol after like 4 tries sucker loaded 1.4 and there was the dumb green guy waiting for my account info awesome
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    « Reply #4 on: May 21, 2012, 01:49:37 PM »
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    hmm... power the phone off. remove the sd-card then put it back in... boot to recovery by pressing in home then the volume rocker down and finally power (pushing all 3 together and holding them) until you boot into recovery. if you get into recovery plug your phone into a comp and go to mounts and storage and select mount usb storage. put a rom on your sdcard... flash it. and dont smoke and operate cellphones anymore.
    THIS IS YOUR BRAIN ON DRUGS LOL REMEMBER THOES ADDS? yea when doing something you need your brain for smoking is not a good idea. lol
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    Re: optimus Q

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    true but lucky for me i did something right before i <censored> it all up lol if it wasnt for recovery could i ever have recovered my phone
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    « Reply #6 on: May 21, 2012, 05:49:39 PM »
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    true but lucky for me i did something right before i <censored> it all up lol if it wasnt for recovery could i ever have recovered my phone
    Watch the language. Don't want you to get booted bro.

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    Re: optimus Q

    « Reply #7 on: May 21, 2012, 10:34:14 PM »
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    No... but without recovery you probably wouldn't have done that either. Lol. But... that's the reason we have custom recoveries.

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    Re: optimus Q

    « Reply #8 on: May 23, 2012, 02:47:02 PM »
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    sorry I didn't realize this is a pg 13 forum. Jcole only problem I've ever had with any arearom q is tibackup showing a bar graph of a 2 s d directory but when I try to move app data to directory it says no directory detected before titanium backup was integrated into the rom I just uninstalled it before and reinstalled now is there anyway I can get the a2 s d directory to function properly?
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    « Reply #9 on: May 23, 2012, 05:28:18 PM »
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    A2sd functions just fine... I've got no idea what you're trying to do. To clarify... a2sd by default has all apps and app data on the sd card. Idk what you're trying to do, but I own tibackup pro and it is giving me no issues whatsoever with backing up or restoring. And a2sd is going to be unaffected by tibackup... a2sd creates symbolic flags linking to data on an ext4 sd-ext partition. Meaning its all automatic and its not going to be effected by apps like tibackup.

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    « Reply #10 on: May 23, 2012, 05:29:31 PM »
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    Also... please don't remove apps integrated into /system unless you know what you're doing.

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    « Reply #11 on: May 23, 2012, 06:25:20 PM »
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    In tlbackup under batch operations in move /integrate section (move app data) the counter shows 88 apps that has data to be moved to ext 4 a2sd which would give me an extra 40 megs everytime i try to run batch opp of moving app data it says no a2sd directory found and does not complete job as it is reporting no directory found but when i start ti backup it shows that it sees it so its either a conflict with busybox or su permissions and with arq 1 thru 3 i have had the problem and just reloaded su permissions for ti and then reinstalled ti and it worked of course i partitioned sd card now with arq 4 and five i have no such luck
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    Re: optimus Q

    « Reply #12 on: May 23, 2012, 07:58:00 PM »
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    Oh... the datas already symbolically linked. I mean... do you need this space? I've got 190free mb on mine.

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    What I'm saying is... that batch operation isn't necessary its already done at flash.

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    yes its done at flash for all apps that are integrated into rom but a2sd ext partition does nothing automatically for user apps installed after flash and also some files within rom a script needs to be made for that to be done completely but tibackup has a script so its only a touch away. when i first used ext partition i had everything off of internal storage over 100 apps. lol thanks to your rom you turned this no frills lg into the lil phone that could. other than the fact that i wanted the badass dual core optimus that st never released and only teased us with then slapped the "black" in our face, this phone now rocks but memory sucks as lg gave us a good phone but left out any highend quality
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    No dude that's not true at all. That's not how a2sd works. All apps post flash are also moved to the sd-ext partition. User apps are stored to /data... the integrated apps that don't effect what you see as internal storage reside on the /system partition.

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    If you move dalvik as well to the sd-ext you should see at least 170mb internal.

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    « Reply #17 on: May 24, 2012, 07:16:41 AM »
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    so your saying that apps that dont have native support for a2sd still get moved because of the way the partition is implemented unlike with apps 2sd only some apps would move
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    I'm saying your looking at a2sd like apps2sd which its not. Apps2sd will only move apps with an .apk code that allows part of the app to be moved (not the entire app). A2sd doesn't rely on any special code in the apk. A2sd takes the apps and moves them to the sd-ext ext4 partition. In doing so a symbolic file is placed in /data in its place. The file tricks the phone into thinking that the app is stored on the internal storage. Really its symbolically linked and the app is actually stored on the sd-ext partition. This works for all apps. Its a trick. Our kernel enables it and the a2sd software integrated in the rom forces it to enable at flash (if you have an a2sd partition). What this means is the only app data stored on the internal storage is specific data to the app and the symbolic links. This basically makes your internal storage almost impossible to fill. If you follow the install instructions in my initial post you should have no reason to try to move anything else. Its better to use the internal storage because the I/O speeds are better. Its in your best interest to keep as much internal as you can.

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    yeah its the I/O speeds im after. wich as soon as my class 10 comes in i will hopefully rid the lag that is ever present and the internal storage can be used for streaming my netflix and pandora and i want maps and gps there as well to reduce errors or lag in general. basically i have five data heavy apps that need as much as they can get
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    So if I read this correctly, you cannot place any apps on the internal phone memory once the flash and a2sd are ran? Or is there a way to make once install on the internal memory?
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    There is but its either all or nothing. Why are you wanting to?

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    i havent been into the android system enought to say but its still linux and there has to be an exclusion list kind of like an ini file in microshaft. jcole has obviously benn at this longer so i wonder what he says either way if you can get the kernel to follow instructions at boot then there has to be whether anyone has been there done that idk but i as well as you need to find out and if there isnt then i guess ill have a project in my free time it would prob be a simple script tho
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    There is but its either all or nothing. Why are you wanting to?

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    It was more a curiosity question. I have always kept my ringtone replacement apps and SMS apps on the internal memory and moved the other apps than can be to the sd card. Just seemed to make those apps work better on the internal memory. I noticed that in apps2sd it kept saying everything was on the phones internal memory when I knew it wasn't looking at the memory usage. I understand symbolic links so the principle I understood. Everything has been working great on this rom, happy with the performance!
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    Lol... there are two scripts commonly used in android. One is a2sd another is data2sd. Google both of these. Also go to terminal emulator and type su then a2sd help. Read what a2sd does in that. We chose a2sd for arq. As far as an exclusions list a2sd doesn't work like that. The script is in init.d and in bin I believe. And xbin as well. Init.d support was allowed via the kernel ramdisk and a2sd was implemented from there.

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