How to Partition SD card in Android (For App2SD & Link2SD)

How to Partition SD card in Android (For App2SD & Link2SD)

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Hey guys, looking for a video tutorial for creating the micro sd card partition easily? Here's one for you. You can create the ext4, ext3, f3fs, ext

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Hey guys, looking for a video tutorial for creating the micro sd card partition easily? Here’s one for you. You can create the ext4, ext3, f3fs, ext2 and fat32 partitions for sd card using various methods but we have listed 2 methods here, the first one includes app2sd app itself and requires root whereas the second one involves a PC software and rooted phone is not required. The processes are pretty simple and straight forward.
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Minitool Partition Wizard:

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    nice tuto. THx

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    ok assuming the point of this is to use link2sd, root is required no matter what, so it is kind of dumb as having a no root method for partitioning the drive. Unless of course that second method is the preferred way no matter what and in which case your description would be misleading.

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    The screen did not change when you were talking. I also couldnt understand what you said/ Sorry

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    I have done with 32 gb sd card on Lolipop android version i sold that phone but now i cannot format or use that memory card i did everything

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    For the second method, what was the purpose of creating the first partition if the second one ext4 was for storage?

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    Ive got a pocket go, it's like a gba so shaped retro emulator, the ad card has 2 partitions and I don't have a computer and I can only see the boot partition .

    If I had the right app I could add more ROMs emulators and even update the os or use cfw.

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    It's not that big of a deal but could you make it easier to see if root is required in the first 10 seconds or in the discrimination so I can go to next tutorial faster.

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    App disappeared after rebooting

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    Can we make 3 partition in a sdcard?

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    dont forget
    Settings>developer settings>oem unlock: open it first

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    After partition sd card gallery app does not work properly

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    How to restore the process

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    ae sabash!! Accent ta valo diecho…but bhasar taan ta thik bojhai jae! Good video, all the best!

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    And what about linux swap partition ?

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    Thank you bro!

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    thanks man ur a hero

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    LOST 2 SD card to APP2SD partition tool. There is no way to recover a proteccted read only sd card.

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    Awesome wallpaper

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    Bro i follow your video and then my memory has corrupted
    What its going on ? Pls reply me

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    Hi there Android Bro! I followed these methods of yours but I still got the error. Please help. Thank you!

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    Error message appearing when applying the changes.
    ''Invalid configure File''

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    Hi, Tried to Partition SD card in Android for Link2SD for my Samsung GT-I8730T running Android 4.1.2. But the phone's SD Card does not show on your MiniTool Partition on my Windows 10 PC. Any ideas? Do I need to root the phone first?

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    how to merge again sd card

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    Hi I just want to give you guys a tip you can actually format you're SD card to NTFS and still use a partitioned SD card the trick is to follow method 1 format the SD card initially using Android. I have tried windows on many occasions and The Android always says SD card corrupted. On Android it can only format to FAT 32 but once formatted using Android put the SD card into windows and re-format the SD card partition to NTFS It works Even with a cluster size of 64 k. Not this trick may only be useful to Oreo user's

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    does it work only for rooted devices? bcz it's nt working fr me as my phone is not rooted😔

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    how to revers this process, I mean how to shift to internal memmory, pls let me know—- thanks in advance

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