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Use clean master app. It worked for me. Run this app at least twice a day to keep the memory clean.


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If you go to storage in settings, you can see a basic breakdown, I'm guessing apps wont be the biggest, however look to see if pictures and videos; audio; downloads; cache or misc. is taking up a lot of space and click on the relevant entry to have further actions (clearing cache, deleting downloads, etc..). If this option isn't available in settings (it is ...


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Normally when you have removed the applications then your freed storage space has to be reflected.But as you say that even though the total app storage space is not more then 1GB then it's better to go for the Antutu tester app to confirm the details of the memory issue. This app will give you a detailed report of the working of the android tablet/device ...


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Duplicate of Play Store 4.9.13 insufficient storage error and icon issues But my rep can't comment yet, so I'll repeat my answer: The correct answer to this problem, and I always see wrong explanations, is that you have a duplicate /data/app-lib folder for the app or apps that are giving you that error. To fix: Using adb, terminal, or root explorer: ...


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I had this error, and after clearing up some memory I was able to install apps again. I guess it's a feature: if your available memory is less than 500 MB, it wont install anything.


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I just noticed this now. I was wondering why my Note 3 was running out of memory. I just started using the Google Camera recently. I decided to simply delete all the photos. They are automatically uploaded into Google+ Photos anyways, so I don't need to download them again and save them somewhere else. But it will make me use the Samsung camera App as my ...


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Unfortunately the Google Camera app does not natively support saving pictures/videos/panoramas to SD Card. I am guessing that this goes with Google's general stance against SD cards in general. If your device is not rooted, you are stuck with having to manually move the images/videos. For rooted devices, there is a work-around to this limitation. Xposed ...


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Install a file manager like ES File Explorer and manually move the captured images to a directory on your SD card. Only way around this ridiculous restriction I believe. You would have to do this each time you use the camera obviously.


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You first priority is probably to clean-up downloaded files, cached files, old APF (installation) files to give yourself more room and operate more efficiently. You can clear cache individual applications through settings > applications > clear cache. Use any File Explorer to remove files no longer needed or no longer wanted from your downloads. Each ...


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Forgot I still had this thread open. It looks like I was suffering from a rather well known "feature" of Android 4.4 (I avoided it because running 4.2, but I guess it applying to this version as well). After rooting I just had to go through this procedure to manually edit: /system/etc/permissions/platform.xml and reboot and now its working. Yay.


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A simple solution, don't know you have tried or not. Install any Cache Cleaner apps if possible. Some uncleaned cache may take GBs of data. If its not possible, delete the files from the cache folders inside the folders in Android\data\< some_folder > \


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I had the same problem on my Huawei Ascend P2, I did a factory reset and it seemed to work, though I highly recommend copying over to your computer every file on your phone before even trying to do so, I don't know the cause myself, the theories I have are: Virus Damaged internal memory If it still doesn't work after the factory reset then you need to take ...



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