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So this is finally sorted. Here are the tools I used: Initially, in Android Terminal Emulator, I used the df command (directing the output to a text file to post here: df > /storage/emulated/0/df.txt) to get an overview of the size and usage of each partition in the filesystem. I later discovered FreeSpace which told me the same information but with a GUI ...
I've got the same situation on my HUDL2. 8Gb of space lost in a black whole. I did a web search and found one page where a user had the same problem. They had eventually rooted their HUDL2 and found this file "/data/IntelCPHS.log" taking up the missing space. It's in the /data directory so it's protected and all I can do is list the size with a terminal ...
On the Galaxy S, the credentials are stored in /data/wifi/bcm_supp.conf (where bcm is short for Broadcom). Other common locations include /data/wifi/, /data/etc/wifi/ and /data/misc/wifi/ — check them for relevant config files.
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