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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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