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I'm using LG L3 E405, and when I see memory usage in App Manager. I see there three sections: First is system memory (just about 200M), second is internal memory (1 GB) and last is my sd card (8GB).

I know difference between internal memory (is internal sd card) and normal sd card. But I don't know purpose of system memory. It's too low, and often applications are installed to there. After install, I must move those apps again to internal memory, but not all I can do this.

Please help me figure out this point.

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marked as duplicate by Al E., ce4, roxan, SS-3, Izzy Feb 28 '13 at 8:05

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Internal memory is the actual RAM "chip" (for want of better word, technically integrated within the CPU) itself. System "memory" is a partition in which the Android OS resides in (note how I emphasized memory in context of system!) – t0mm13b Jan 2 '13 at 19:55
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Isn't system memory a memory where Android OS is installed? Internal memory is where the apps are installed (or necessary files are linked). SD card gets the secondary storage. – najus Feb 8 '13 at 5:45

You better go to Cellshopes, get "Root" on your Adroid device, but it's too risky and oftentimes warranty will be voided once it happen.

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-1 This doesn't answer the question. – geffchang Feb 8 '13 at 5:26

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