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In truth, the lib folder you can found under /data/data/com.package/ is called a symlink. The real position of an app's libraries is located to /data/app/com.package/lib, while the reason for the libraries to exist outside the APK, is for performance purposes: since APKs are compressed files, it would be a waste of time (and a considerable negative impact on ...


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You'll need root access to find the folder. Steps: 1) Root your phone 2) Install an application like ES File Explorer that has the root explorer function. 3) Go to /data/data/com.robtopx.geometryjump/files 4) Paste song, name of song must be song ID (newgrounds) Note: If you don't see the folders after /data/data, then either the file explorer doesn't ...


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Marshmallow internal storage can be better used with a mixed-format SD card as I also explain in my blog here: http://blog.sam.liddicott.com/2016/02/android-6-semi-adopted-storage.html First, you need adb working. Have SD card inserted and formatted as portable. Eject your SD card from the Storage & USB menu Use "adb shell" to list your adoptable ...


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I encountered this often before even if internal-sd free space was +2 gigs. I tried this. On the terminal, type these lines: su ps set install location 1 pm get-install-location Note: Use no space between each line (I can't edit/format the correct spacing between the 3 line entries, sorry). Now, after two months and dozens of additional apps ...


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OK, I think I found out the best setup. Format your SD card as internal memory. Go to Settings > Storage > Internal and open each app. Some apps have a "change" button. Press it a move the app to the SD card. Finally go to Settings > Storage > Internal and on the right corner press Migrate data. At this point, you did all you could.


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Since the device is rooted you can install a compatible Xposed Framework1 and then the Xposed module NotifyClean. The app's description notes: You could configure which apps are allowed to create notifications in the top left area, the notification area. If an app creates a notification it will be collected and added to the list. You could deny all ...


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You may be experiencing some specific partitioning incompatibility. Try to compare the partition table of cards mountable in your phone with the unmountable card. Here are some things you might want to take note of: File systems (exFAT, FAT32, ext4, etc). GPT vs. MBR. Hidden partitions or unused spaces preceding the main data partition.


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You will need to format the SD as removable storage for it to work as you describe. The option as described by Dan is not available with your SD formatted for internal use. I did read a post somewhere that suggests Google Play Music will have a fix this week but hard to say for sure. In my opinion this feature either doesn't work as intended or the Google ...


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This is a known problem. I imagine that nobody has made the investment to fix because it affects an earlier API version/build. But, if you're on a Mac, here's your fix. Go into AVD and set the Internal Storage size to 1GB (or whatever size you need -- I've only tested this to 1GB). Run the image to make sure that it boots up okay. (this is just to rule ...


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First thing is to verify if the device you propose to buy has USB OTG support. Apart from verifying from OEM specs, do see this How can I determine if my device has USB Host Mode (OTG) support? and also the listing of supported devices by Chainfire. Saw your edit about Nexus 7. This post confirms OTG support on Marshmallow For your stated purpose of ...


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Unfortunately, this can be the bane of many, many devices. Android needs a bit of storage left over, and won't let google play fill it up - god knows why, since other stuff can - and thats it. You are not out of options, luckily. If you rooted the dang thing, you could buy a v.large SD and modify the vold file to think it was internal storage.


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Yes Galaxy Note Edge SM-915G user manual says Your device accepts memory card with a maximum capacity of 128 GB Also in this review (S6 Edge+ does NOT) Samsung does offer a 128GB option for its Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge


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Here's an update for lollipop+. I did the same. Downloaded this http://download.apks.org/?apkid=com.android.providers.calendar&ver=5.1.1-981c9024fa&server=darkkiller Install-Moved to system-reboot. Job done :)


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Your phone has 8GB internal memory this is low if you have many apps installed, including updated apps. If you turn on automatic update in google play, turn it off. If it was already updated some Microsoft apps, uninstall them. This will return some space. Facebook app is the big app. You can use Facebook lite or browsers instead. Clear cache. Setting -> ...



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