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    Default Link2SD + EXT4 + XT303 = Problems

    Goodnight all.

    First I must apologize if my English is not right, I'm new to the forum and also in English..

    What happens is that a few days ago I bought the version "plus" of the app Link2SD, and when you create the cache link, I was saying I should use ext2, ext3 or ext4. So I decided to reformat everything and put it in FAT32 and EXT4; but to create the script gave me the following message:

    "error in the installation script
    mounting the script can not be created
    mount: no such device
    ext4 can not be supported on your device. Try FAT32 on the second partition."

    I formatted in ext2, ext3, ext4 with the same result, repeat before had the free version and it worked FAT32 but you can not link Cache.
    my sd is 16 GB.

    Could anyone help me?

    Thanks in advance.
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    Default Re: Link2SD + EXT4 + XT303 = Problems

    Formate the sd card with your phone
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    Default Re: Link2SD + EXT4 + XT303 = Problems

    Thanks for the prompt reply.. !
    I did what you told me, and now says that I should have a second partition
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    Default Re: Link2SD + EXT4 + XT303 = Problems

    install CWM then repartition from CWM recovery mode
    If you have a recovery boot loader installed in your phone, you can simply log into your recovery and select advanced and then fix permissions. Once done reboot the phone. All partitions will have their flags set back to read write execute
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    Default Re: Link2SD + EXT4 + XT303 = Problems

    Quote Originally Posted by mobilecrackers View Post
    install CWM then repartition from CWM recovery mode
    If you have a recovery boot loader installed in your phone, you can simply log into your recovery and select advanced and then fix permissions. Once done reboot the phone. All partitions will have their flags set back to read write execute
    Will this also work on the Note 10.1 2014 tablet?

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