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I'm guessing you've got a 8gb phone (out of the box you get available 5.5gb). Out of this 5.5gb it is partitioned into 1.5gb( / root ) and 4gb (internal storage sdcard0 ) / Root storage is where apps you install is stored. Internal storage is where appdata and gamedata is stored You can also keep your files here. Third location is sdcard1 or external sdcard ...


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I usually use a combination of the following 4 commands and correlate them, since each of these commands gives a piece of the information that might be needed. Summarily: Using df lists the filesystem path alias and size info as seen below (total size, used, free and block size) Example output: root@ks01lte:/sdcard # df df Filesystem ...


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First, as Jared already pointed out, this is not possible without a "local copy" – i.e. without the data being present in the device's file system. Second, it won't work without root access on the device – as the directory in question (/data/data) is not accessible for a "normal user" (which includes apps: each app can only access its own sub-directory ...


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Is it possible to store app data on the cloud I.e a Dropbox account Yes, it is possible to backup app data to the cloud (Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, OneDrive, etc.). The device will need to be rooted or you would have to use adb backup. There are plenty of apps on the Play Store that backup and restore both APK and app data. and withdraw data from ...



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