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hello guys.. I've been bit disappointed that my single boot android have just 8gb of space and two of the eight have been take by the system. I decide to go and change the android_data partition. create 64bit GPARTED live usb. Gparted will boot successfully if you choose the option to upload the live usb and run from ram. After all boot I have been able see all the partition on my obook 20. The target was android_data where are stored all the apk and personal data... extend the android_data partition i had to delete another partition which i was hope to create after... with picture taken before mess up with the partition I manage to get same size and location for the partition. so i hit apply.. first two changes have been successful but the next one fail and corrupt all partition on the drive. after I wanna create all partition as on the picture, but then i find the picture with detailed size of partitons is missing.. Required: 1... USB with at least 4gb.. 8gb recommended, Gparted , and some program to create live usb like a unetbootin or similiar. 2... someone who can boot gparted live usb and report or take picture of the partitions and size of them. 3... someone who can boot gparted and make backup of android_bootloader and upload somewhere for me... once I get android bootloader back in my device I will be able to install android again... You don't need to worry about corrupt or brick your device if you don't mess up or delete your partition.. Because i dont have android bootloader and is not easy or almost impossible to download it from internet, I'll keep mess up with the obook, install ubuntu or another os which can be booted from usb..