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How to partition myphone rio fun Andorid 4.4.2(Kitkat)

 

Requirements:
1.must be rooted – (if not proceed in this link [ClickHere]
2. sd card 4gb and up
3. usb card reader
4. PC/LAPTOP
Download all this:
Minitool partition Wizard Manager

Attention:

 

I am not resposible for any damage or soft/hard brick will happened to your device!

Do it at your own risk!

 
Procedure:
1. First back up all your files to the computer because partitioning will wipe your data.
2. Insert your SD card to a usb card reader and open it on your computer.(not via USB cable)
4. Download Mini Tool and Open it in your PC/LAPTOP. Locate your SD card (be careful in choosing and make sure not to choose the drive of your computer)
5. Right click and choose Delete.
Partition for My Phone Rio Fun Screenshot 1
6. Right click on it again and choose Create New. Create “FAT32″ partition (This is where all your media files will go. Be sure to make it bigger than the 2nd part)
7. Select “Create as: PRIMARY
Partition for My Phone Rio Fun Screenshot 2

8. Next, create an ext2. I suggest a value of 512Mb would be big enough but its your choice…
9. Select “Create As: PRIMARY” (make sure that it is both set to primary because it will not work if it is not set to primary)
Partition for My Phone Rio Fun Screenshot 3

10. Click the “Apply” button on the top left corner and wait for it to finish the process. Done.
11. Put back your SD card to your phone and switch it on.
12. Download and install Link2sd from Google Play Store link given above
Link 2sd Main Picture


13. Download lucky patcher and click menu of patches. Watch the videos below on how to patch using Lucky Patcher.


14. Open Link2sd. You will be prompted to choose between ext2, ext3, ext4 and FAT32. Select ext2.
Partition for My Phone Rio Fun Screenshot 4

15. It will say mount script created. Reboot your phone now.
16. Open link2sd and if the message doesn’t show up, you succeeded.
17. Go to Link2sd>Settings>check the autolink (to automatically move apps upon installation)
18. If you already have some apps, select “move to phone” then after moving select “Create Link” (be sure to check the three files: app, dalvic-cache and library files)Partition for My Phone Rio Fun Screenshot 5Partition for My Phone Rio Fun Screenshot 6
19. To check your memory, select “Storage Info”. This will show you the current state of your internal memory, FAT32, and ext2 partition.
Partition for My Phone Rio Fun Screenshot 7

20. Now you’re done.After partitioning and Successful mounting..
Next Step on how to unli internal your  myphone rio fun
 Install Rootexplorer
data/sdext2  check the box of sdext2 change owner/

owner- 1000
group- 1000

Click OK

Then set permission of sdext2rwxrwx–x

 Go to root folder/data
 COPY this 5 folder

app
app-lib
app-private
dalvik-cache
data
 PASTE in data/sdext2 
Check all this 5 folder  click option
 LINK TO THIS FOLDER
 GO back to DATA or click the back button
 Click option CREATE LINK
 pop up show OVERWRITE click Yes
Do all this in 5 folder
(app,app-lib,app-private,dalvic cache,data)

  

 now Reboot!
 Enjoy you are now unli internal..
Special Credits:
Sanny5 of XDA forum
myphone rio fun techies
myphone rio fun [DEV]

43 COMMENTS

  1. I am stuck at Step 4. Check all this 5 folder click option
    LINK TO THIS FOLDER.
    The Root Explorer most of it that I have donloaded and used doesn't have that feature to link folders. Do you have any other suggestions like a specific app that I can used or additional steps to unli my internal memory?

    I hope you can assist me on this, Thank you very much 🙂

  2. Step 4. Check all this 5 folder click option LINK TO THIS FOLDER GO back to DATA or click the back button Click option CREATE LINK pop up show OVERWRITE click Yes
    Do all this in 5 folder
    (app,app-lib,app-private,dalvic cache,data)
    sir pano po etong sa last part sa data folder na po eto 5 folder na eto

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