1. FlyingsCool's Avatar
    I recently purchased a Samsung Galaxy Tab A 16GB T580 at BJs. I bought a 128 GB mSD card and used the adb hack to set it up split 40/60 internal/external memory. Doing this brought the device from unusable due to lack of storage for apps to awesome. I can now install pretty much everything I need, and can still upload download music and pics as before. Speed is unaffected. Then two days later the Nougat upgrade dropped.

    I saw somebody say they upgraded with a similar config without doing anything and everything is still ok. Is this correct?

    Do I need to do anything special before I hit the update button? It would be a major pain to have to delete everything, revert to internal, update, then apply the hack again and reinstall it all. I hope I can just install the update and it'll figure stuff out.
    07-09-2017 04:11 PM
  2. anon(238680)'s Avatar
    Do I need to do anything special before I hit the update button? It would be a major pain to have to delete everything, revert to internal, update, then apply the hack again and reinstall it all
    I would guess, with the adb hack, you would be very lucky if you didn't brick the Tab with the upgrade. Depends on how much risk you're willing to accept.
    FlyingsCool likes this.
    07-09-2017 04:23 PM

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