1. theexile1's Avatar
    Is our phone on an ext4 file system? if not then why aren't they?
    05-23-2012 12:50 PM
  2. kwknott's Avatar
    They use the yaffs2 file system
    05-23-2012 01:56 PM
  3. tvall's Avatar
    Yaffs2, because of the type of storage we have. Higher end devices have emmc and use "normal" file systems. We have mtd and need a fs that handles lower level stuff like wear leveling.
    05-23-2012 01:59 PM
  4. theexile1's Avatar
    Hmm so then is any way to make it use emmc or is that a hardware perquisite for ext4.
    05-23-2012 02:08 PM
  5. flapjack.fiasco's Avatar
    I didn't look it up, but based on context, it looks like emmc is a type of memory.

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    05-23-2012 02:11 PM
  6. thewraith420's Avatar
    Yaffs2, because of the type of storage we have. Higher end devices have emmc and use "normal" file systems. We have mtd and need a fs that handles lower level stuff like wear leveling.
    A friend of mine has the intercept and converted his internals to ext4 with a custom recovery he has. I'm sure the intercept isn't higher end then the OV but am i to assume it has better internal memory then we have?

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    05-23-2012 05:56 PM
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