help with apps2sd

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  1. Killmanaj

    Killmanaj Member

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    I have read most of the threads on the search engine but still can't get this. I am running cyanogenmod 5.0.6.2 and I have rom manager premium. I have backed up my SD card and partitioned it in rom manager. Then I checked enable apps2sd in settings. I have the move option when viewing my apps but I can't find them on my sdcard. What is going wrong? Thanks for any help.
     
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    They are in the partition. The partition does not show up as drive in Windows because it is not mounted in the same manner.
     
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    How can I access it? It doesn't show up in androzip either. I'm just trying to make sure that i'm doing it right. Will I see the apk's?
     
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    Look for sd-ext in Root Manager. The apps are stored in there.
     
  5. Killmanaj

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    So sd-ext should not be in sdcard? If not, that's where I've been going wrong. I thought it was supposed to be a folder in sdcard called sd-ext. Thanks
     
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    No problem, man. It'll be on the home screen in Root Explorer, just above the SD Card folder. The sd-ext partition is on your SD card, it just has its own designated folder.