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Unfortunately, devices with small ROM are prone to quick "runout", as correctly pointed out by previous comment. It is indeed true that the "actual" ROM size is not the one stated from the vendor but the one dictated by the Android OS itself. As an example, try to insert an SD card to your computer then right click and get to the properties. You will see ...


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Without a list of your internal storage content, it's hard to discern useless files from useful ones. Without further info, the only answers I can give you are the following: When you uninstall an app, the system deletes the trees corresponding to the app's package name under /data/app/ (application executable) and /data/data/ (application's internal ...


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DiskUsage is giving you the correct information. Per the developer of DiskUsage: System data consists of several things: Unpacked dalvik bytecodes corresponding to your installed apks. If you install app on external storage, it still consumes space on your data partition. Crash dumps stored in tombstones directory. Any other data or settings ...


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Having worked for a major phone carrier in tech support for the last 3 years I have noticed that a lot of the common procedures for androids typically recommend to have at least 150 MB of storage available to run efficiently with your basic preinstalled apps. But I have gathered that the more apps you download on your phone, the more notifications and ...



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