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I think those are saved at Google and synced across all your devices. Try and log in from a PC, go to gmail.com, then look your hangouts to the left. If you can see your pictures there, it's safe to wipe your phone. You can also save the pictures from there to your PC if you want - but they're safe where they are.
It sounds like you have a tablet with locked system/data. Kind of like a PC with deep freeze, you can make changes but they are reset after a reboot. You may have just made an unlucky purchase as many cheapo tablets will do this as a sort of self-protection. What is likely happening is the system reverts to a copy of the image stored in flash so fixing it ...
Try one of the following: 1) Dial *#9900# and tap the second instruction (Delete dumpstate/logcat). This procedure freed about 400MB of my (internal) phone storage. 2) Or check out this link for lasting solution: http://techotv.com/samsung-galaxy-s2-internal-storage-apps-space-tutorial/ I hope you will find these very helpful.
Using the same steps you applied, Set default InstallLocation to 0 which means the apps will be defaultly installed whether to phone memory or external SD card or set it to 1 to install apps to phone memory, but honestly I don't believe It's effective way since I didn't notice a big difference after applying that, but If you root your phone you will be able ...
From the thread you linked to (highlighting my own): The root via vcore doesn't work any more. Please get it looked up. Lots of people online are getting this problem as they flash the root. Problems are all of the internal storage are gone, left with 8gb and all apps in storage wont work. Which seems to be the issue you are having. This appears to be ...
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