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I have the exact same device and problem. I successfully rooted it with the tool above, but have no idea how to fix it. It seems like the factory reset actually messed up with the storage mounting, since the internal storage is still there and can be seen with "cat /proc/mtd" command through adb. I don't know how to contact envizen about this problem or ...


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all the above answers will not help you install diskusage there you can monitor the true reason which is system data and to clean that you have to root your phone and then there are a lot of applications that can help one of them is ccleaner


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I use a backup tool (SMSBackupRestore) to save old message on my sd card. Very nice because you can read the backup file to find your old messages. I followed the same scheme as yours (I own a Samsung Galaxy Y Pro - GT-B5510). The only problem I still have now is the low ram. Apps are becoming more and more greedy and even the simplest apps need 20Mb RAM ...


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Your best solution would be to "root" your device (See here if you don't know what rooting is). Basically "rooting" your phone will give you permission to do anything on your phone. You might find it strange but currently, you are not allowed to do many things with your phone even if you own it :) Anyways, getting back to the point. You can do the following ...


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Well, I would like to ask you one more thing, I don't think the files images and videos created inside the DICM folder at least I can't see it over my device and yes it's also GT-P3100 but running 4.2.2. I would say if you are trying to recover things then why don't you try recovering your data using "Recuva" I have tried using it a number of times to ...


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As said in the comments the device is partitioned and you can't see all parts of the device on a non rooted device. As an example a Galaxy S4 is advertised as a 16Gb device, and out of the box shows 9.1 Gb available. This is a common practice in Android OEMs it would seem. (Desire X from HTC 4Gb, shows 1Gb) Just to give you a scale of what you are ...


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Use clean master app. It worked for me. Run this app at least twice a day to keep the memory clean.


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That device is partitioned very oddly. It looks like they took 4GB and left it to device storage, and then the other 12GB are partitioned for an internal SD card. That's about the correct size that the Android system would be using - but what is troubling is that they only left ~1GB or so for user-installable applications. I doubt there are any ROMs or ...


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Well, there isn't many option available for you, can either root your device and install some other custom ROM over your device which may be less bulky, or you can try removing more application to free up some more space out of your device. Now rest I'll leave it to you !


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There are two kind of solutions. One is to repartition, as you don't mentioned what kind of Android powered Smartphone you have I will try to get deep and the other to move apps to microSD (please read below). If your device has a MediaTek cpu you can try Meteos Tool for repartitioning, you can find some details here ...


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Ok guys.... Last night out of the blue my stock android media apps album and music player could not find any of the photos or songs that were actually in my sd card. After escaping a stroke by a little....and four hours letter after readind a lot of forums I found a solution: For the music player I used an app called "Next music" which could actually see ...


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You may install App Cache Cleaner application. One of the feature is "auto clear all cache at a specified interval". Configure it once and it will never let the cache grow such large.



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