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For Android Phone, ROM has two meaning, one is the memory capacity of the phone, which doesn't contain the external memory card, another one is the system of the phone, which is like Windows OS on computer. I think your question mean the former one.
Actually, the lost photos are still in the memory space, you can recover lost photo by some Android Data Rcovery software. But the first thing you have to do is stopping using the phone, and follow the steps: Step1. Download the Sasmung Galaxy Data Recovery from here and install it on your computer. Step2. Connect your Samsung galaxy phone to computer via ...
What Akas refers to is using the Link2SD app, which is "kind of" App2SD, but much more flexible: You can get the entire app moved out (not just parts), and can even move apps you otherwise couldn't. But Akas missed one important part: your device must be rooted in order to use this special way. As to the other part of your question: Sure you could uninstall ...
If your phone is rooted, you can partition your SD card and move Google Play Services app on to your SD card. That could free up a lot of space. You can use this method to safely transfer all your apps(except the system apps) to your SD card. The procedure for partitioning and transferring can be found here. ...
I had a similar issue, and the only thing I could do was format the device. I believe this happens when apps take up storage, and then 'forget' they have taken it up, and restore the data. A factory reset will erase all the data, and if you're rooted you can backup your apps and not lose much data.
I will try to answer my own question here. The short answer is: get a ROM that just works! (No, not a room, a ROM! Get a ROM!) Here is the same screenshot image of the SD & phone storage menu, this time with a ROM called SuperNova. You can find an installation guide here. As you can see from the image I now have 1.86 GB of internal storage space. No ...
Look under Settings / Applications / Memory then narrow down to "running", and see what is taking room. Before I found "running", I noticed that NFS Shift and Let's Golf took a very large amount of "memory" (akin to disk space) so uninstalled them. Then under Running, I could see if there were any things running that I didn't want, in my case skype ...
Just to enhance Matthew's answer: An "SNS" contact can also come from SKYPE if the app is installed. I used to "Skype out" to my Dr. so skype knew his number. When I look up his name on my Samsung stratosphere phone, it is not found. However, I go elsewhere, get his number, and put it in, it pops up his name! Frustrating! Today I solved it: he can't be ...
No, there is no way to increase internal memory; this is installed at the factory and is fixed. You can, however, free up existing space on your internal memory by removing apps, cleaning out caches and deleting end user files that are stored there. Modifying stock apps (ie, removing bloatware) usually requires a rooted device, and will prevent you from ...
It can't be possible that you lose your internal storage because of rooting, as firmware is your OS and drivers. Which are taking space and don't even related to rooting in any way.
move the big application installed in the internal memory to sd card and clear cache .. with some appz like ccleaner for android..
As far as I know, all contacts in Android stored in a SQLite database inside the private folder of the "Contact Storage" app. The location is at /data/data/com.android.providers.contacts/databases/contacts.db So if you have root access to your device, it is theoretically fesible to either bind a folder on your SD card to the above location, or it is ...
Removing the contents of /data/log/ worked very nicely for me. It was around 1.5 GB.
The internal memory on a LG Logic is NOT the SD card. There are 3 storages on the phone. System storage, Internal storage 1 gb and the SD card that came with it. 4 gb. Without software, you can't move any app to the SD card.
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