Because of the limited internal memory of the MIDnite it would be nice to install apps directly on the SD card.
Besides the small memory it's not always possible to move apps to the SD card after installing them so if you use a few apps it's a problem.
Anyone with a solution?
A step by step instructions is here, http://www.slatedroid.com/nationite-mid ... ps-sd.html
. Yah, right, step-by-step, still quite intimidating to me. It took me 2 hrs to dig around, and it is done. Works beautifully, I have 2G installation space on my SD card now.
1) an empty SD card]http://www.slatedroid.com/nationite-mid ... olley.html[/url]Partitioning the SD card
: you need an empty SD card; I use a 8G; I put 1.95 G on the EXT3ADB
: I am using ADBwireless with winPC XP; you can do it with mac/Linux.
This is on your winPC machine:
1) install JDK, http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/ ... index.html
, click the 1st icon, the one with only the coffee cup icon; this step may NOT be necessary, I did it anyhow.
, click download on left colum, and download Android-sdk_r07-windows.zip; unzip this and copy the folder tools to a c:\SDKtools or anypath you can remember.
3) start adbwireless from your A81e, you can watch a video here, http://www.thedroiddemos.com/2010/08/25 ... m-android/
4) On your winPC, Start>Run...>CMD
c:\SDKtools\adb connect 192.168.1.x:5555 (copy from your A81e)
just wait, you will be connected and see "#" sign. Now follow his tutorial
; be careful with typo; it works for me on 1st try. and after this, you now have 2G installation space.