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i need to help my phone how to use my gt-s5300 android phone apps.


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I had the same freezes and all vanished with this kasty firmware. I am so happy like I bought another tablet. Go for it!


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It turns out that all of the data Chrome stores is actually the Internet Cache. If you look at the Desktop counterpart of Chrome it regularly stores ~100+ MB of Internet Cache. I have done some experiments: I have cleared the cache and ran chrome without browsing to any sites: Just started it It did not grow very big ~5MB or less. BUT when I did browse to ...


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It contains:- Resource files for Chrome itself. These are really part of the app, but they're downloaded by Chrome itself so the APK doesn't need to contain all the resources for all locales, and to make them easier to update. Local storage for websites that use the HTML5 local storage feature. For some sites (e.g. Twitter) this can get quite large. All ...


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Well, "insufficient memory" sounds like you're having problem with your memory(RAM), not your storage space. DiskUsage is a very good tool, but it only checks disk space and not your memory(RAM) usage. I just checked out the specs on your phone, and you have 512mb memory(RAM). That's 1/6 of what i have got on my phone, Samsung Galaxy note 3 with 3000mb ...


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You can repartition the internal memory. In essence it can be done, but what many others have answered is basically correct. Not only is it quite difficult and risky to perform it, it also requires specialized skills which the average user may not have. There is one solution to the problem though. The easiest way to do this is to look for a custom ROM for ...


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I tried all the standard cache cleaning and uninstalling updates which helped a lot. I tried storage analyser but that didn't help the internal storage. Wasn't keen on rooting the phone. Then I came across Clean Master and used it on my wife's Samsung Ace which is notoriously short on internal memory and no option to move most apps to the SD card. So far so ...


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On Android phone. Just type in the dial *#9900# then choose the second one "Delete Dumpstate/logcat". Problem is solved.


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The best solution is to swap the 'Storage Memory's ' . It's to swap internal to external and external to internal. If your phone's rooted it may be easy just to edit a file(depending on the model). So better search How to Swap Internal and External for your model. Better search XDA forums.


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To transfer music from your computer to Android, you need to have an USB cable which you connect to your phone and laptop. You will see an installation bubble pop up in the bottom right of your screen. On your Android phone pull down the notification window and tap USB connected. Tap Mount on the notification window that appears. Find the removable storage ...


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Type in keypad *#9900# option 2 delete dumpstate logcat it really works and gets rid of that annoying disk thing at top of notifications and can download again Hope it helps. I had the same issue and this worked.


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Was your phone rooted? I don't think whatever the problem was you're going to be able to get the app's data back. You can re-download them, but that's all, i think.


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are you sure you had your apps in internal memory not memory card? go to setting -> storage option and check if there is any space allocated for apps. if no space then your phone must have been formatted


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I think this is an unresolvable issue but you can find more info at the link below http://android.stackexchange.com/a/12108/57153


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From the specs about your tablet on http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/PiPo_M9_Pro They look good. You should check how many apps that you have running at one time, too many apps running can slow down your device. You should check how many apps you have installed, and check that your storage isn't completely full. I also believe that you do have a ...


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IMHO these governor settings are overrated. Of course it's nice to have such options, but it's confusing users more instead of helping them. Just check your ROM and ask other users for their opinions. In AOKP for example you only need NOOP and Interactive and you should be good to go for anything. You should save your time for more important things in ...


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Use data2sd instead of creating the symlink manually from the terminal. Usually sd cards are formatted with FAT32, data2sd creates an EXT2 embedded partition instead... more detailed explanation here.



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