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I have just installed Ubuntu Touch on my Nexus 4 device, using this procedure, in dual boot mode (Android 4.4.2 + U.Touch).

Then I was trying to install some packages (prerequisites for another software I would like to compile) for a weight of ~250MB. It said that there wasn't enough space left on the device to install all the packages. I supposed it is due to the fixed (2.7 GB, not large enough, probably) size of the partition where the Ubuntu filesystem lives.

Does anybody know a way to resolve this issue? Is it possible in someway to resize the partition?

Have I centered the problem or did I misunderstand something in this context? Any help would be appreciated. This question could be edited in function of the answers received, in order to describe the problem more correctly and specifically.

Thanks for the attention.

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