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Forgot I still had this thread open. It looks like I was suffering from a rather well known "feature" of Android 4.4 (I avoided it because running 4.2, but I guess it applying to this version as well). After rooting I just had to go through this procedure to manually edit: /system/etc/permissions/platform.xml and reboot and now its working. Yay.
you can go to settings-applications-preffered install location and change it from internal phone memory to SD card and yo apps will download just fine though if u remove the card,they will disappear.... the second option is quite long but its something to do with a software that allows you to allocate some of your memory card space to internal memory for ...
The reason why you are having issues with memory is because even though the phone has 16g internal memory only 1g. Is available to the user the rest is being used by the os and preloaded apps. If you go to settings and then phone storage it will show you the available internal memory.
As you can see on the right, it contains the private data for all apps. If you want to delete these data, you can do it by uninstalling apps or by clicking "Clear data" in the apps manager.
Try getting a memory card if you don't have one. Move apps from Phone to SD card. Hope this helps.
I also have the A727. :) It appears that whoever designed the system should have been more careful with how he named stuff -- the internal hard drive is called "sdcard," as you mentioned in your question. To use the SD card on your tablet, you need to hit the "SD card" button on the top of the screen (using the built-in file manager), as in the picture ...
For 1) you can think of them like different partitions of a disk. Internal SDCard usually is found at /sdcard (though not always directly mounted there), while internal storage (as referred to) usually goes to /data. More details can be found in our tag-wikis on storage, internal-storage, and file-system. For 2), most likely not all apps. And if you can do ...
You can use adb for this: adb backup -noapk -noshared -f gmail.ab com.google.android.gm would backup all data of the GMail app to your PC, storing it in a file named gmail.ab in the current working directory. A restore of that snapshot then is as easy as running adb restore gmail.ab Note that this will include all the settings of the GMail app. If you ...
If I understand correctly you're wanting to download all of your Gmail emails? If so, I've used this tool before in the past to download my Gmail emails and it works well: http://www.gmail-backup.com/
I had the same issue on my N7. The answer for me was to lock the boot loader, then unlock it again. Hope this helps and saves some time instead of flashing the entire OS.
Well u did not specify your Android OS so let's go by the default answer Basically in Android Device the operating system(jelly bean, Kit Kat) occupies a lot of space for the phone to operate(drivers for Wi-Fi, HD display etc.) and remind you its pre determined and can also vary after an update. Due to which the internal memory will decrease after the ...
You need root access for it, so if you are not root you can manually move the apps to the SD card (when it is possible) in the Config>Applications (I dont have my phone here) menu and go one by one; or you can use another app for it like app2sd or similar.
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