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I'm using LBE Security Manager for a while now (as the "lite version", LBE Privacy Guard, is no longer continued and soesn't work with Android 4.1 and above). I first felt it a bit, umm, over-loaded – but it runs decently (no battery drain or performance issues), and after disabling half of its features I don't need, I'm pretty satisfied with it. While my ...
Tap and hold , then a window will appear, "App info". tap on it, it will bring you to the app manager, then tap on "Force stop"
In Android 4.4 (KitKat) / Galaxy S5, go to Settings > Under Applications section > Application Manager > All. Look for Download manager. Force stop, Clear data, and Clear cache.
The phone stores the downloads in the internal memory by default. You could do the following, Delete unwanted apps. Clear your cache. Move apps to SD card Change the default location of your camera to SD card.
It's happening because application download from the store first heads over to the internal storage of the device which I guess isn't enough, what you can do is try moving some of the application installed/music/pictures over to the SD card in order to free up the internal storage. You can also try clearing the Dumpstate/logcat to try freeing up some space ...
You might be able to remove the PIN by going into Settings > Apps > All > Google Play Store, and press on Clear Data. Not that this will not have any effect if you chose to confirm every purchases with your Google account password.
I know this doesn't answer your exact question. You'll save yourself a lot of time and effort going with another picture app such as QuickPic It's fast and customizable, and you can select which folders to include OR exclude :) Do yourself a favor and disable Gallery.
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