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As I have tried and succeeded this method, am giving you a suggestion with my experience. All the applications you installed, may be moved to SD card, but 75-80% of the app data will remain in the phone itself. Maximum part of the app will be in phone memory. Try to uninstall the unwanted applications, even though if you have moved to SD card.
No, this is not really possible for an end-user. If the phone won't turn at all then the only way to recover data is to access the storage chip directly, using something like a JTAG setup. Of course, it's possible that repairs might be possible (or moving the chip to another device), but it's impossible to say without more detail.
Just adding another file manager alternative to Denys's answer (which really works, +1 for that) which provides a little bit more customization: Total Commander navigate to the file in Total Commander bring up the context menu by long tapping the file click "Create link on desktop" now you can add a custom text and optionally a custom icon to the ...
Do you use full device encryption with a secure password/PIN? No -> yes, it is possible Yes -> next question Did you tell them the PIN/password or unlock the device for them? Yes -> yes, it is possible No -> It shouldn't be possible, but it will be if (a) Micromax has put a backdoor in the phone software and shared that information with their service ...
This would have to do with the manufacturer's implementation of the "file manager" you are using and where it is allowed to move files from and to, most likely out of your control but you did not mention what device or android version or any other information of use to assist in that capacity. I would suggest connecting the phone to a computer and ...
Get an OTG cable and connect it with your phone. Unlock it. Install Vysor for future use. Download something like solid explorer and copy everything to SDCard. Now remove the card and transfer it to your PC/Laptop.
On a ZTE Z777 phone, would I gain [usable] app space and storage by disabling built-in apps that I don't use ? Yes and No. Yes, because if the system app1 has been updated then it would be storing the update (apk) under userdata2 partition (/data), which does consume good amount of space. Disabling such an app would get rid of the update (apk) as well ...
It's your /data partition running low on free space (as always when this error occurs – see our insufficient-memory tag-wiki for details, first-aid and further information). According to the output you've provided, only 700 MB out of 10 GB are available. The "storage low" error is triggered when free space here reaches 10%. This limitation was introduced to ...
In truth, the lib folder you can found under /data/data/com.package/ is called a symlink. The real position of an app's libraries is located to /data/app/com.package/lib, while the reason for the libraries to exist outside the APK, is for performance purposes: since APKs are compressed files, it would be a waste of time (and a considerable negative impact on ...
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