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I managed to fix the issue where I was getting an "Insufficient storage" for my camera app. This was after I 'changed' a MicroSD card in my Moto X Pure. It was driving me a bit batty. But it's fixed. I downloaded a file explorer (in my case it was ASUS File Manager). I saw that I had a DCIM folder. (Under Internal Storage and navigate to DCIM). I ...


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@Jeffrey Lebowski the cache is used for storing shell script like commands file while rebooting to recovery mode to do a particular task (eg. Data Reset) if you shrink it too low it would never be able to store these scripts And as per as I know Google's Play Store to temporarily storage is in the Data Partition I maybe wrong though


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The Android operating system itself and other programs that come pre-installed on your phone are also saved to internal storage. This is why the available storage will never equal the advertised storage capacity on any new phone. Some bloatware can be uninstalled and some cannot.


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The default mount point for internal storage till Android 5.1.1 is /storage/emulated/0. To mount your internal storage manually, you may use the following commands => mount -o remount,rw / mkdir /storage/emulated/0 mount /data/media/0 /storage/emulated/0


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try to flash EBR to increase your system memory from phone memory. you can find about this in detail if you search with your phone model. Warning ! this process might cause your phone DEAD! void warranty and boot-loops this process is done with specific ROM flasher of that phone brand.


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Solved it by shutting down device, removing external SD card, rebooting a couple of times, inserting external SD and starting the device It worked but clueless as to what was wrong and what fixed it I am hoping for a proper explanation/solution to show up


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You need to change the layout of the device You need to build a specific rom and a specific recovery to adopt the sdcard What do the specific rom and specific recovery means ? Let me start by how android manages storage As per kitakat the storage is determined by the fstab and the storage-list.xml This define what blocks should be used for what ...


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Due to how Android handled SD card permissions, it is no longer possible to "swap" the internal and external storage of the device and trick it to use the SD card as "internal" storage any more. Since you are rooted, I would look into any of several Android 6 based ROMs that are available for the Moto G, after installing one of those you can adapt the the ...


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The thing is u can change the default install directory if your phone is rooted. Download lucky patcher and tap on tools there you can find option to change default install directort. **Do not do this for android 4 or above or it may cause irreversible change. **


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Link2SD couldn't create folder "init.d" in /system/etc because there existed a file with the same name. I deleted the file manually by browsing to the location, launched Link2SD and selected the "Recreate mount script" option. It worked for me. I feared that something might go wrong with the device when I'd reboot it but everything is fine.


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Apps installed on the SD-Card are stored in the ".android_secure" directory. You cant see the APK files directly in that folder because the it is encrypted to prevent direct access to the APK file of paid apps.



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