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If your device is rooted, another great option is to use ES File Explorer. it has a great root Explorer function that let's you view all installed apps at the system level. I've used this to delete apps on an amazon firetv that do not show up in the regular list. I'm all about using the terminal, but this is another option.


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You can try these apps, https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.defianttech.diskdigger or https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=fahrbot.apps.undelete i had more succes with diskdigger tho.


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solution: block with empty file block folder creation with an empty file on my phone i created this empty file /storage/emulated/0/Pictures/cache size that folder was 7 g on my phone https://plus.google.com/photos/yourphotos say "3306 photos" recreated daily if i deleted the folder, it reappeared the next day side effect no side effects noticed by ...


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It would be good to check your internal partitioning. First of all I would recommend you to install a terminal emulator like: click if you are not used to the Android Debug Bridge(ADB).For detailed information about ADB see: click Write into this terminal: df and update your question with the output of this comment. Also the output of mount would be great ...


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There a couple of places that are known to use space up, once you have eliminated all other space hogs. /.thumbnails safely delete them and then you can add an empty file and name it .nomedia and it won't store thumbnails anymore /data/log safely delete log files that accumulate after time /data/tombstones safely delete debugging logs that accumulate ...


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Go to "Manage apps" and then select the "All" tab and find "Google Play Store". Tap on it and then press the "Uninstall updates" button. After that, go to the Play Store all the apps will be installed on your SD Card. This is what I did on my QMobile A110 (Android 4.2).


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It looks like Android 4.4 does not support installing apps to SD Card. Your best bet is to root your phone, then install an app that will enable you write to the SD Card. Those steps will get you as far as writing to the SD Card. I don't have a device that I can test this on, but these steps look like they might work for having apps install to the SD card by ...


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You can't move apps to SD card if the option is not available (as per the new rules of Google). You need to Root (which voids warranty) the device to be able to move apps from device memory to SD card and to remove default apps.


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If you're on Android 4.4, write permissions to sd card for apps have been disabled. If you're rooted, you can try SD Fix to permanently fix permissions.


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You can partition your external SD card to ext4 and then use Link2SD to move large apps to this partition along with their internal data, .odex, dalvik cache. Make sure both partitions are set as "Primary" They'll function in a normal manner after moving. Only remember that removing the sd card will crash all those apps so do not move important apps. ...


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Type *#9900# on your dial pad, then go to "dump logcat", which will be the third or second line in the list. Select this and your SD card will then clear and fix the SD card full problem.


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The flash chip inside your phone is 8gb, but not all of that space will be available to the user - some of it will be used by the other partitions, such as /system/ where the Android OS is installed, and the /cache/ partition which is used for temporary storage, among other things. You can install this app to see how your storage is partitioned: ...


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You can root your mobile and can use some partition tool or go through this link http://www.android.gs/increase-galaxy-ace-internal-memory/.



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