Can an app on your SD card effect the Nexus One's interal storage space?

This is a discussion on Can an app on your SD card effect the Nexus One's interal storage space? within the Nexus One forums, part of the Google Phones category; You can use S2E from the market to do the exact same thing. Also, I have a copy of a GUI app for DT if ...

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    You can use S2E from the market to do the exact same thing.

    Also, I have a copy of a GUI app for DT if you're interested?

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    Yeppers I am lol

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    Here you go:
    http://db.tt/hsu7hmo

    You still have to install DT the normal you, but you can control it via this...

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    i'm confused

    If dt is available from the market, why would I need to flash it from the recovery?

    Right now my recovery reverted back to the stock recovery image because I am stupid and didn't flash danger-rat's fix. But I could easily flash it and then flash any recovery (I am pretty sure).

    Also, the GUI for dt is what exactly? Doesn't the dt app have a gui with it anyway? Or is this another app. I definitely need to give this a try I think.

    Sorry for being an idiot and asking so many questions
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    sorry.. I think I figured it out....

    https://market.android.com/details?i...e=related_apps

    I didn't notice that this existed
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    Just to clarify:

    DT isn't available on the market, but a third party GUI is. DT is a script, which is normally run by commands through a terminal. The GUI just gives you the more standard buttons etc, which some people find easier to deal with.

    S2E is available on the market, which does the same as DT and also has the GUI built in.

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    Cool thanks I'm gonna check it out

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    Sorry for messing that up.
    I realized after doing some reading what darktremor is all about. I still have to do a bunch of reading on this! Unfortunately I don't think I can use s2e as they claim it only works with cm7.

    More reading is required!

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    Quote Originally Posted by danger-rat View Post
    Link2SD is another alternative...?
    bingo... I think this is more along the lines of what I want.

    It doesn't move the dalvik as far as I can tell, but it would allow me to move some of the bigger apps on my phone to my SD card. According to the apps dev you can even move apps that have widgets because at boot time the system will mount this partition (I am assuming they do this by making an entry in the init file?)

    I wonder if this would allow me to move google+?
    I should try it out on my G1 and see
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    Quote Originally Posted by danger-rat View Post
    Just to clarify:

    DT isn't available on the market, but a third party GUI is. DT is a script, which is normally run by commands through a terminal. The GUI just gives you the more standard buttons etc, which some people find easier to deal with.

    S2E is available on the market, which does the same as DT and also has the GUI built in.
    I used S2E. It sounds like it's a lot easier than DT. I have a 512MB ext3 partition.

    Works great.

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