After some discussion in another thread about the possibility of link2sd on our device I have experimented and got it working on my 7022. Before you attempt this make a NAND backup in recovery. 1. Download link2sd 3. With a file create a folder called sdext2 in the data file. (not the data in the usable nand or sdcard but in the system file structure.) 2. download modified vold.fstab from here: vold.fstab (648 Bytes) 3. Go to system/etc and modify vold.fstab to vold.old 4. Move downloaded vold.fstab to sytem/etc. Make sure file name stays the same. 5. Power down tablet. 6. Insert blank sdcard into tablet. 7. Boot into recovery. 8. Partition sd card in the advanced menu. (I partitioned mine with 512 and 32 I think.) 9. Reboot 10. Start link2sd. Select ext3 when it asks what partition type you have. 11. Restart tablet and it should work. I did not do these exact steps as I fuddled with my tablet for over a day to get it to work. However, I think that these are the correct steps in order for Link2sd to work. please let me know if it works or does not work and I will change the steps if needed. Also, if you would like the sdcard linked to somewhere other than tflash I think you can also do this in the vold.fstab file. I used the information in the following threads to figure this out for our tablet: http://www.androidtablets.net/forum/coby-generation-1/11299-coby-7015-link2sd-ext2-partition-not-found.html Anyone really interested on getting Link2sd w X5A? - SlateDroid.com Edit: You cannot have APP2SD Installed while using this.