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As I wrote in my comment on the question, I rather think it's a defect in the controller – which is nothing you can fix yourself. Still, you might wish to at least check things. So I'll try to explain: Preparation To do all that manually, some pre-conditions must be met. You will need: a terminal app. Terminal Emulator for Android would be a good choice: ...


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This is the typical bad behavior of android. I get the warning, if I have 600mb of 16gb left. You can try to move some big apps on your SD card, uninstall other apps. Or clean the cache in the settings > storage> clean cache.


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Well this is quite a common problem for some users. Try this out... go to settings then go to apps section then go to all apps section find google play store click on clear cache Hope this will work...


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For smooth functionality an android device need 150 to 200 MB free space in its internal memory so that its aap function can run smoothly .


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According to my experience, there should be atleast 150 MB free for any app to work properly. If your storage goes below 150 MB then your phone will show you pop-up indicating that "Free your memory" since almost all apps runs in background and they occupy memory from your storage. So unless and until you manually stop them, your memory keeps on using ...


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From my experience from multiple phones and tablets .currently android requires nearly 6-700 MB free in internal to work properly .Thats the absolute minimum when it starts to lag and act funny .


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At times only a small part of a program is downloadable from the play store. After downloading the 40MB , the app will probably require to download another 400MB+. Best solution would be to download 'Cleaner Master' from the playstore. It tells you exactly how much you have remaining in your phone and provides excellent advice on where to clear some space. ...


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.nomedia - I had 2 of them files on phone and one on sd - deleted all three and Hay Presto Music player now sees all songs on SD card and phone - all good thanks - using Samsung Galaxy Ace 4 lite - had tried reformatting SD - reboots of phone - different media players - but by deleting all .nomedia files was the only solution that worked - worked a treat - ...


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I don't know the reason why, but my Android File Transfer for Mac doesn't properly synced with the Android phone. I had to open File Manage in Android, point to the file that I saved, and then I shared it with my google drive. This works, but I think Android File Transfer should just show the saved file automatically.


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"Other" is just anything that doesn't fall into one of the other categories. If you install a file-manager app (such as OI File Manager) you can browse through the actual files and see exactly what's there.


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This seems to be some sort of faliure or glitch in your phone. One way to fix this would be to factory reset your phone. by going to Settings > Backup & Reset > Factory data reset. I would believe that there is nothing wrong with the SD card, so photos & music should be fine. You can regain apps by then going to Google Play Store > Swipe ...


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You can move apps to your SD card by either; 1. going into settings and go to application manager and click your desired app and click move to SD card. This is what the app looks like or similar (click image for larger variant) 2. going into the list of all applications on your phone and click on the my files one - it looks like a folder- and it depends ...


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Not all applications can be moved to external SD card without rooting, but there is a way to make most of the apps install on the SD card. If I was to do this, I'd prefer having a faster SD card, of maybe class 6 or 10. This command using Android Debug Bridge (ADB) can do the trick. adb shell pm setInstallLocation 2 If you are new to ADB shell, you can ...


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Various crash logs tend to clog up internal memory on older devices. You can try clearing them out by doing the following: In Dialer app dial the following: *#9900# Note that this may not work on all devices (specifically on tablets, since they don't have a dialer to begin with.) Some devices require you to tap the "call" button, while on others the ...


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Here is a rundown of steps that can help remedy your problem: Open up downloads from app drawer, delete all incomplete downloads. Use a file browser and move all music, movies, videos, photos, and documents to ext SD card. Open up settings/app manager/all, scroll to Media Storage. Force stop first, then clear data.° Use a cleaning app such as CCLEANER OR ...


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First off, be careful in what you mean by "memory" here. You've got RAM that's used by running and cached but inactive apps, and you've got internal storage. I'll assume you're talking about internal storage here. Apps don't necessarily get stored to the SD card (or "external storage" under KitKat). Some apps cannot be stored there. All apps keep a portion ...


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Sounds like a cleanup job ?? The internal storage is also called sdcard. Cleanup first, cache included. Then make sure that most or all apps are moved/installed to external SD.


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Minimum storage is decided by android on your device. Example i have Xperia ZL 16GB model I get 12 GB to use. And i get system storage low notification when i have less than 500MB free. In older devices android would use pre determined part of storage for user app and data and remaining for user files (i.e. Videos music stuff). That predetermined storage ...


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I am not sure, there's a definite value or range for minimum storage required on Android; but as a rule, I tend to have at least 1GB of storage free on my device, which should be good enough for the phone to keep running smooth without any issues.


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This does not depend on stock Android, it depends on Xiaomi. Your system is only installed in a partition (system), it does not alterate the whole partition table on your device. I had the same problem with my MI2S. Only recently I repartitioned the whole phone, giving 10 gigs to the apps' section. It seems like it's the only way. Here are the detailed ...


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Internal storage is called internal storage for a reason; it's on a flash chip on the motherboard and can't be replaced. You might however be able to move some of your apps to the SD card if your phone supports that. There are apps for that.



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