New answers tagged

1

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 ...


0

Settings -> Application Manager -> App you want to move -> Change storage But this depends on the model of the phone, try finding the storage related settings of your app in Application Manager


0

If it's possible, insert an SD card and move apps to it. In case you have android marshmallow, you can insert the SD card and set it as your internal storage. You can also try to clear the cache of your device. If your device is old enough, you could think about rooting it and uninstalling bloatware apps. You can remove system app without root (with ...


1

DiskUsage is giving you the correct information. Per the developer of DiskUsage: System data consists of several things: Unpacked dalvik bytecodes corresponding to your installed apks. If you install app on external storage, it still consumes space on your data partition. Crash dumps stored in tombstones directory. Any other data or settings ...


2

Unfortunately, devices with small ROM are prone to quick "runout", as correctly pointed out by previous comment. It is indeed true that the "actual" ROM size is not the one stated from the vendor but the one dictated by the Android OS itself. As an example, try to insert an SD card to your computer then right click and get to the properties. You will see ...


0

I encountered this often before even if internal-sd free space was +2 gigs. I tried this. On the terminal, type these lines: su ps set install location 1 pm get-install-location Note: Use no space between each line (I can't edit/format the correct spacing between the 3 line entries, sorry). Now, after two months and dozens of additional apps ...


0

I personally use FTP to achieve this... You can try it too. All you'll just need is an understanding of how ftp works which is very basic by the way. Download any app that provides an ftp server on your android devices, they are always pretty easy to use. I currently use use ES File explorer's functionality to do this. As shown here Selecting Remote ...


0

This is what you're looking for Just make sure you have another video on the device (can be very short or long, any video from the same phone)


0

Unfortunately, this can be the bane of many, many devices. Android needs a bit of storage left over, and won't let google play fill it up - god knows why, since other stuff can - and thats it. You are not out of options, luckily. If you rooted the dang thing, you could buy a v.large SD and modify the vold file to think it was internal storage.


0

Android Data Recovery can recover your deleted/formatted files from Android devices without taking out the SD card or CF card inside the Android phone or tablet. This program has a strong ability that not only can recover photos and videos, but also can recover contacts, text messages, and other data. You can download it from the play store. I'm not sure if ...


-1

If you use your browser on your phone and type in "download Google play" in a web search . I'm sure you could find a download for it


2

Without a list of your internal storage content, it's hard to discern useless files from useful ones. Without further info, the only answers I can give you are the following: When you uninstall an app, the system deletes the trees corresponding to the app's package name under /data/app/ (application executable) and /data/data/ (application's internal ...


1

Having worked for a major phone carrier in tech support for the last 3 years I have noticed that a lot of the common procedures for androids typically recommend to have at least 150 MB of storage available to run efficiently with your basic preinstalled apps. But I have gathered that the more apps you download on your phone, the more notifications and ...


0

Did you completely wipe everything with TWRP yet? Also, what type of phone do you have? I suggest XDA for all of your questions, sounds like you may not have discovered it yet, since you are using Kingo Root.



Top 50 recent answers are included