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No. The way android is set up, you have to install directly to internal. It's a part of the very core of the OS.


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The answer is NO. You'll need to re-partition your SD to make your internal memory bigger.


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The amount of RAM for the Huawei Glory (H868C) is 512MB (390MB available to apps). According to Terraria via the Play Store: Optimized for Android OS 3+ and requires 512MB RAM. So, you should be able to run it. If you are able to install it from the Play Store, then you will most likely be able to run it. It doesn't hurt to try.


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Now I realize that as to the first part of the question, as pointed out, the Storage screen is displaying information on internal storage (excluding SIM card storage space, external SD card storage space, and RAM memory which is just a temporary storage location which is on a separate chip and does not serve as a persistent storage location). The reason I ...


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In this respect, there is no difference between regular PC and Android. The terminologies, however, is slightly confusing. System memory refers to the storage space that is used by system files, and Device memory refers to all storage space. Device memory does not refer to RAM. Your device's RAM can be seen in Settings -> More -> Application Manager. ...


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Most, if not all, of these phone/RAM booster apps are nothing more than a custom version of the stock Running Apps option already in Android. Thus, they themselves take up more RAM while not offering very useful functionality.I would recommend against using them. I hope you didn't have to pay for this app. TIP: I remember when I had a 512MB RAM phone ...


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Try adding: ro.HOME_APP_ADJ=1 to /system/build.prop file and reboot (will require root). Source: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=860023


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No. This is an unusual problem that started with the L update itself. My N5 shows 80% RAM usage almost the whole day even when no background operations run. Mine is unrooted and I used the OTA update. Nothing unusual. You may resort to Kit Kat while Google plans to launch a fix for it all..



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