In order to use this app, you have to have an external SD Card which you will partition with your PC using a Card Reader ( NOT with your phone).
Set one partition to FAT32 (for your regular external SD use) and the other partition to either ext2, ext3, ext4 or FAT32. I recommend ext2 as it is compatible with more roms or stock rom.
I used EASEUS Partition Master for that task,
Once done partitioning, put your external SD Card back into the device.
Install the Link2SD app then run it.
On first run, it will ask you which partition you want to use for your moved apps.
Don't be an idiot - Select the right partition (ext2, in my case) so you wouldn't end up like GRZLA. If you select the wrong partition you would end up moving those apps back to the internal sdcard like a dumbass.
As soon as you've selected the partition you want, it will prompt you to reboot. If not, reboot anyway for good measure.
After the reboot, give it a few minutes to fully load all apps then run the Link2SD app.
It may give you a dark screen like nothing is happening --- just wait. If you feel it is taking too long, select the Menu then go Back.
It will then show you a list of apps. Beware of moving widget apps.
In each app, make sure you select Create Link, and not Move to SD
There is also a "Multi-Select" option in the menu so you can move all your games/apps in one go.
Edited by NatemZ, 29 May 2012 - 11:17 AM.