Coby 7015 link2sd, ext2 partition not found

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    Hello friend ta rsrsrsr more complicated if you can post some results here. Actually this program Link2sd would solve the problem of space.
     
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    Has anyone managed to install this on COBY KYROS MID7015, this is impossible, does not recognize the partitions.
     
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    I tried but gave up. Id love to be able to move apps to sd.

    Sent from my MID7015A using Android Tablet Forum
     
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    Oooops got it working!! Just needed a reboot. THANK YOU!!! :D Lots of free space!
     
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    1-how did you create second partition? and what tool did you use?
    2-is it primary vfat?
    3-did you read the 114 pages at xda [App] Link2SD - Page 114 - xda-developers some have the same problem and fix it.
    4- interminal what "mount" report?
    The "how to" make the second partition is very important.
    I fight myself since link2sd was out and finaly succeed today.
     
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    I am glad for you!
    thanks to bakpinar for the soft and Aino for the solution
     
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    Hello good friend that we can use in our MID7015, now it will be show. Would make a more specific tutorial.
    1 - Which program formatted the SDCARD?
    2 - Qquais the partitions you created, eg, FAT and EXT2
    3 - Just one time? It is permanent? or after each boot need to run the script?
    Thanks
     
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    Hello good friend that we can use in our MID7015, now it will be show. Would make a more specific tutorial.
    1 - Which program formatted the SDCARD?
    2 - which partitions you created, eg, FAT and EXT2
     
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    - Formatted my SD card using gParted on Linux (or minitools partition on windows)
    - VERY IMPORTANT the partitions must be FAT32 and PRIMARY.
    - Check in your PC you can access both partitions of your SD card.
    - When you insert the card in your tablet it will not recognize it (That's normal).
    - Download the file "install-recovery.sh" found in the link in previous posts and copy it to the NAND of your tablet.
    - Using Root Explorer or another root file manager, move "install-recovery.sh" to /system/etc
    - VERY IMPORTANT the file will probably be renamed to "install-recovery.sh.bak" (as backup) you have to rename it "install-recovery.sh"
    - MOST IMPORTANT give the appropriate permissions to the file as shown:

    User R W X
    Group R - X
    Other - - -

    - Reboot, check in settings > storage if your sdcard is mounted, if it is, we're almost there.
    - Now, open Link2SD, it should recognize your second sdcard partition. You're done! :D Link the apps you want to the new partition.
     
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    Hello friend Thank you for responding quickly. I'll follow your tutorial. Thanks again. A hug.
     
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    Still getting the message of not finding the second partition. I did exactly as the tutorial. The only thing I have noticed that at minitools did the two partitions as FAT32 and primaries, but can only assign letters to one another is without words, is it what you may be struggling?
     
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    I am restarting again to see again, but if I do not recognize the partition for linux (Gparted) to see if it works, it can be.
     
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    Yes I used gParted so I didn't assign any drive letter or anything :p I made a backup of the sdcard first because for some reason gparted wasn't even seeing the original partition. Had to create a new partition table. Created two primary FAT32 and then put my data back on first partition.
     

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