AnonD, 10 Mar may be by this month Update has finally arrived I have using this phone for more than 1 year and half. This phone still perform great still using KitKat 4. But unfortunately, this phone still not a perfect phone. There are some cons, there are 2 cons.
It will combine the existing storage in the phone and the memory card as a single storage. I'm running Android 6. Try booting into recovery and wiping the cache partition.
This usually works on the Nexus and Samsungs. Tap Reset phone. This can clear up hundreds of cached thumbnails which never clear unless this process is carried out.
Once you install this it will show you which folders are the largest. You can then drill down to find out exactly what is consuming your precious space before deciding to remove the files or folders. You can also integrate the App with File Explorer Apps to easily manage your files.
Your email address will not be published. From the Home screen, tap the All Apps icon. Scroll to and tap Settings. Scroll to and tap Apps. To move the application to the memory card, tap Move if available, then tap OK. Clear application cache. Each application has a cache of temporary files that may be taking up memory. Touch the app you want to uninstall. Every couple of weeks, take a glance at all of your applications and see which ones you aren't using and remove them.
You can filter applications by their size in the settings to quickly remove the bigger sized apps first. Sign up to join this community. The best answers are voted up and rise to the top.
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The Android equivalent of "formatting" is a hard reset, this will end with your phone with a clean ROM, with no programs installed, is a complete wipeout of the internal storage of the phone. I tried "diskusage" and it should give you the exact distribution of your internal ROM. So you have mb for "Applications", 20mb for "System data", then how much "Free space" is reported by "diskusage"?