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Rooting w/ No Custom ROM - can you increase internal app storage partition space?
Hi. I have a Nexus S. Came from an iphone 4. I like the opensource aspects of Android and use Google apps extensively.
My only issue with Android phones is it seems that no matter which one, the space is pretty limited for apps. It would be different if more programmers allowed their apps to be moved with apps2sd but a large amount do not.
So here's my question: if I root the phone, giving super use access, but do not really want a custom ROM, will I have the ability to repartition giving additional space for apps internally? I'd like about 3gb out of the space. Yes, I know most will say you'll never use that much but this is personal preference. I simply don't want the limitations I have now.
How do I add space to the internal partition without adding a custom ROM so I can receive OTA updates directly from Google since this is the "Google Experience" in full phone?
Any help would be appreciated.