ug802, how I can partionate the all Flash RAM memor

Stock and Custom Firmware Development For the UG802.
krizz07
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Re: ug802, how I can partionate the all Flash RAM memor

Postby krizz07 » Sat Nov 17, 2012 12:36 pm

Krizz

Not so clear to me sorry, I specifically do not want to flash a ROM with the changed memory, or:

1. am i misunderstanding, or

2. am I mistaken in believing this can be done without flashing a new ROM, which is what I thought Splinter's process was about

?


sorry if this is not clear enough for you mrrog. flashing ROMs may not be for you then.

you see, the UG802 has several types of storage memory and two of which are inside the device. the two storage space inside the device is the internal memory and the internal sdcard. that's why when you see your storage space under settings you see three types of memories which are the internal storage, NAND storage(which is the internal sdcard), and the sd card(which is the external sdcard). this shouldn't be a problem but the apps sees the NAND storage as your external sdcard so you don't benefit from installing apps to your micro sdcard. maybe there are apps or other mods to be able to make the apps see the external sdcard as the real external sdcard but i havent been successful with that.

you may skip all the steps and do the editing of the vold.fstab file provided you are rooted. but doing this alone will lose you the internal sdcard memory and will have a miniscule amount of internal memory.

the reason why you will need to flash a ROM with a modified parameter file is to allocate the internal sdcard memory to the internal memory partition which would make it simpler for you since you will only have the internal memory and the external sdcard after you do everything ;)

mrrog
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Re: ug802, how I can partionate the all Flash RAM memor

Postby mrrog » Mon Nov 19, 2012 2:40 pm

My confusion was around whether I needed to flash a new ROM, which I have done on other devices, but never as a matter of course, and given the apparently unpredictable results of the various available ROMs it would be a last recourse on this device, hence my trying to understand if I could just modify the parameter file without flashing a ROM, the answer appearing to be no you can't and still get the benefit of all three types of memory

debasturd
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Re: ug802, how I can partionate the all Flash RAM memor

Postby debasturd » Sat Jan 19, 2013 1:10 am

ok i know this ant the same tablet but the internal memery part worked so can anybody help figure out what lines to change in this
## Vold 2.0 Generic fstab
## - San Mehat (san@android.com)
##

#######################
## Regular device mount
##
## Format: dev_mount <label> <mount_point> <part> <sysfs_path1...>
## label - Label for the volume
## mount_point - Where the volume will be mounted
## part - Partition # (1 based), or 'auto' for first usable partition.
## <sysfs_path> - List of sysfs paths to source devices
######################

## Example of a standard sdcard mount for the emulator / Dream
# Mounts the first usable partition of the specified device
#dev_mount sdcard /mnt/sdcard auto /devices/platform/goldfish_mmc.0 /devices/platform/msm_sdcc.2/mmc_host/mmc1
dev_mount flash /mnt/sdcard auto /devices/virtual/mtd/mtd9/mtdblock9
dev_mount sdcard /mnt/external_sd auto /devices/platform/rk29_sdmmc.0/mmc_host/mmc0
dev_mount udisk /mnt/usb_storage auto /devices/platform/usb20_otg/usb1 /devices/platform/usb20_host/usb
## Example of a dual card setup
# dev_mount left_sdcard /sdcard1 auto /devices/platform/goldfish_mmc.0 /devices/platform/msm_sdcc.2/mmc_host/mmc1
# dev_mount right_sdcard /sdcard2 auto /devices/platform/goldfish_mmc.1 /devices/platform/msm_sdcc.3/mmc_host/mmc1

## Example of specifying a specific partition for mounts
# dev_mount sdcard /sdcard 2 /devices/platform/goldfish_mmc.0 /devices/platform/msm_sdcc.2/mmc_host/mmc1
its for an irulu as107 and im pulling my hair out trying to get it to work


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