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As Alexandar already pointed out, there are different partitions involved. The "400MB on your system partition" (actually, there's only ~ 300 MB free) have no effect here at all, as you cannot use them: /system is mounted read-only during normal operation, and mostly reserved for the OS and its core apps. Let's walk your tree one by one: /dev, /system, ...


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I have answered this here Apps are stored on the /data partition, while the empty space you have is probably located on some other location, like internal SD card. Even if you have empty space elsewhere, apps couldn't be installed nowhere but on the /data partition. There is a way to make /data partition bigger by resizing your partitions (I've done ...


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Unfortunately logcat does not survive a hard reboot because the logs are stored in circular buffers in memory, and are never actually written to storage. Your solution to leave a terminal session running may work, but as you said may grow the file uncontrollably, and during a reboot it may corrupt the output file. I would suggest adding the -r and -n ...



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