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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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After doing some more research, I think I've found a partial solution here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2450045 First, you need to get ADB set up on your computer. In Linux it's pretty easy. Something like running # apt-get install android-tools-adb or downloading and extracting a directory. Find your partitions. Run something like: ...


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Try this modded vold.fstab. Do not delete the file, instead copy & paste the content with this, then reboot the device. ## Vold 2.0 Generic fstab ## - San Mehat (san@android.com) ## ####################### ## Regular device mount ## ## Format: dev_mount <label> <mount_point> <part> <sysfs_path1...> ## label - Label for ...


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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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If you have a micro SD card in the phone, that can be taken out, put in an adapter and read by any computer with an SD card reader. Recovering data from the internal memory is much harder. If you can't get the phone to power on, there is no way to recover data from the internal memory. When I had a similar problem with my Galaxy S3, I had it repaired by ...


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have you ever used Andoid data recovery program? This kind of recovery work for Android device specially. You can have a try, I ever used a program named Tenorshare Android Data Recovery to recover lost photos from my Android phone, you can have a try!


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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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I think APP2SD will work for you. With this you can set default app location to USB or ext card.For this I can suggest you to download and install AIO Toolbox. It has tonnes of features builtin. See if it might help you.


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From what I understand, you have three storage devices. You don't want to change your default storage disk, but you want to take the applications off of your SD Card and onto your phone to conserve SD Card storage -- is this right? If so, you can use something like All-In-One Toolbox which will allow you to move apps to different storage devices. I use this ...


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use this method to remove dump files and get rid of this error. I found this useful. From your phone dialler, dial *#9900# You will see sysDump screen on your device. Tap on Delete dumpstate/logcat and it will show you dump result. Click okay and exit. Source : http://www.theandroidportal.com/fix-insufficient-storage-android/


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Short answer: You can't. Long answer: You (probably) can't, but you can try.. if you don't mind potentially bricking your phone. You'll need root.


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Well, the best way to zero in on what you can get rid of to free up storage space is an app that maps out your storage use such as Disk Usage, a cleanup app such as SD Maid, or a file manager that can search for large files. But since you're facing the Catch-22 of needing to free up some storage before you can download any apps that help you free up ...


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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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I updated my software and all my space came back, the problem was probably caused because I delayed the update.


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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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