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First I'll play dumb. According to this, a torrent file should have around 1000-1500 pieces. But let's take an especially poorly made torrent; a 4GB file (FAT32's maximum allocateable file size) split into 16kB pieces; that is ~250 000 pieces, so 250 000 write cycles. Common SD cards (and phone internal memories too) endure approximately 100 000 write ...


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Questions like these were made a lot of times, and require the repartition of the internal memory. As you can read in this question , this requires a custom ROM. I own an Huawei Y300 too, and I've found lots of ROMs and information there


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There's no one answer to this question: each device has its own build of Android, so Android takes a different amount of storage on different devices. Whether you can install KitKat on your device depends only on whether there is a KitKat ROM for it. See When will my device get the Android 4.4 update (KitKat)? and Where can I find stock or custom ROMs for my ...


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The folders you are referring to are for multi-user purposes: /emulated/legacy is a symlink pointing to the internal SD folder of the "current user", while /emulated/0 is that folder for the owner (the number at the end will be incremented for additional users created thereafter, so e.g. if you created an additional user, his place would be /emulated/1, and ...


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If you have tried other methods with no success, you can try rebooting your device into Android System Recovery mode and using the "wipe cache partition" option. Instructions for a Samsung device are below. Other manufacturers devices will be similar but some have different keys to get into recovery mode. Turn off your phone (Make sure it is completely ...



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