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Have you got lots of bloatware on your phone? (e.g apps preloaded on there by the carrier you bought it from). If so, and if it is bugging you enough to possibly void your warranty, you might want to try flashing a AOSP Rom such as Cyanogenmod which doesn't come with bloatware. If you're not into trying that, try a cache cleaner app. Good luck
Try this, it worked for me. Settings > Apps or App Manager > Google Play Services Then, uninstall updates. Try, downloading your app once again and it will work now. However, you've to reupdate your google play for latest updates.
Certainly reboot. It sounds like you might have unplugged it while the computer was still accessing the usb storage. Make sure to use the safe removal feature and try again.
Did you already try rebooting the phone to force a remount of the storage devices? If not remounted you should be able to mount it manually from Settings > Storage.
Welcome to Android Enthusiasts Stack Overflow! To answer your question, you will need to move apps to your SD card off of system storage after their downloaded. You can't download directly to the SD card, unfortunately. Once an app is downloaded, open up Application Management in Settings and click the check box next to the apps you want to move to SD. ...
It has worked on Kitkat so may apply to older versions of Android a) Settings > Storage > Phone Storage ( or could be Internal storage, wherever Google Play Services is) > apps > Google Play Services > Click Clear cache > (on the same page) Manage space > Clear all data > Manage search storage > clear now > press back button <- twice and you will end up ...
Try uninstalling unused apps and downloading the new one. Also try using task killer (if you have it) and killed running apps. I hope this helps with your problem.
This is a tutorial How to increase the size of SD Card in BlueStacks, it's simple to increase storage for Bluestack. Otherwise, if you want increase the size of RAM in Bluestack -> read this tutorial: How to increase the size of RAM in BlueStacks Goodluck mate ;)
I think APP2SD will work for you. With this you can set default app location to USB or ext card.For this I can suggest you to download and install AIO Toolbox. It has tonnes of features builtin. See if it might help you.
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