Tag Info

New answers tagged

-1

Software on nextbook website now works on windows 7 I just updated mine a week ago


-2

Go to your Phone Dialer Press *#9900# >>> This will open SysDump Press "Delete dumpstate/logcat" Hope this helps...


0

The shown free space is without the size of the whole Android system. Your internal storage has a total amount of 4GB (Sometimes there is less because the manufacturer defines 1GB as 1 billion bytes). And the Android System and preinstalled apps are also using space.


1

Sorry I don't have a final answer for you, but I have some info that can lead you on your way. Sidebar: not all apps have to sit in the 2GB partition, you can use various Apps2SD apps, TitaniumBackup, or the built in app manager to move certain apps to the 10GB partition. Apps that run all the time (background processes, widgets, etc) should stay on the ...


0

Just so anyone reading this who's having trouble knows, I figured out the answer. My phone has several data/log folders (for some reason), and definitely had saved dumpstate files to those locations before so I assumed that when they were empty that wasn't the issue. HOWEVER. I thought I had looked everywhere on my phone, but using ES File Explorer, even ...


-1

I mounted and un mounted my sd card and all apps recognized the files again


0

For deleting the thumbnails you need to follow the following steps no need to download any app for it. create a new folder on your desktop, inside that folder create a text document and rename it as .file make as many text document files with extension as .file as there are .thumbnail files under your DCIM folder => .thumbnail files and rename the text ...


0

You could just connect his phone to the computer and cut paste all the files from your internal sd card to your external secure sd


0

You can use Helium backup to backup all your chats, groups, etc. Moreover, this app can be used to backup all the applications on your phone. You can store this backup on your PC, and when you reset your phone, you can upload the whole backup folder on your SD card and initiate a restore from Helium app. If you are not rooted, you will need its desktop ...


0

people are confusing sdcard storage and internal storage. the OP is having a problem with internal storage. what he experiences is that he starts to get messages that he's running out of internal storage. he then goes to the device->storage page and it tells him something like: total storage .98G, used 245M, available 100M. well, 100+245 = 345, i.e., ...


0

If you want to know go to settings > storage and wait for it to load all of the used storage, but more than likely the majority of it is the android system itself and misc files. If you find you aren't wasting a ton of space, you can double your space for 5 bucks.


0

A good few GB is only your OS (android) then you have all that sometimes useless apps pre-installed on your phone + the apps you installed yourself it is not possible to say from that image but musics and photos usually take a large amount of MB if let to indefinitely accumulation especially if you use whatsapp/other apps. Cache of apps can really take up ...


0

...or you can go to android settings for free and select storage option and see which category takes most of your space. If you want to clean your cached files (you can do it directly from storage screen, just click on Cached data category), I recommend ES Task Manager, its free and in the combination with ES File Explorer he's best option, at least for me. ...


-1

Try moving your primary storage in settings.. go to apps scroll all the way down and change your storage from phone to sd storage and vice versa. And you should be able to access everything on sd card etc. ES file explorer is a great free app in case you couldn't get it by changing storage in setting


0

Brandon...to find answer for your problem first you need to be sure does you have insufficient space because of full cache or because problem of specific app. If you have problems with every app, then you have cache problem probably. But before try to fix it, first try to download larger app from app you cant to install. if you can do it, then you dont have ...


3

Is it possible? Yes, if you do enough tweaking to the graphics drivers so it doesn't crash or at least renders something. Some graphical effects may not work properly or it may be extremely slow, or you may have to add swap space, or edit the apk to skip particularly intensive parts. You can always make any games "work" with enough effort. Is it a good ...


2

To the best of my knowledge, just having your phone rooted does not make it Memory efficient and that means it will not automatically become suitable for high end mobile games. Rooting phone gives you additional privileges, one of most common of which is a privilege to remove system apps that are shipped by your device manufacturer. You can try this ...



Top 50 recent answers are included