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You can see sizes and usage statistics of all mounted partitions by simply using this command: df Note, the typical df -h does not work here and is not needed because the output is already in megabytes. The command works within adb shell and the Android terminal emulator, but not in the Recovery mode terminal because nothing is mounted at that point.
In the Manifest of the .apk file, developers can specify where they prefer there app to go. When that request can be met (technically), it will. The different possibilities include e.g. no preference set: Goes to "internal storage" preferExternal: Goes to SDCard (if available), else internal storage set to "auto": if the app has widgets or declares ...
Find name of your app it will be like com.awesome.me After you know name of application Go to android/data/com.awesome.me/ This directory will be in your internal storage U might see a lot of files and folders with different extensions If its a video start looking for files with size of around 10 mb or more when you find it try to open with video player ...
The Android/ directory on your SDCard is a complement to the internal /data/data directory – where every app has its designated sub-directory to store files. It's not mandatory for apps to use that, so not all apps do have any data here. But especially those using larger amounts of data often do. So deleting this directory won't harm your system (after all, ...
I have the same issue, I read that lollipop is suppose to allow 3rd party apps to write on SD not like kitkat, anyways Xposed alpha version has been released for lollipop!
You should be able to move files with the built in file manager. On my Samsung S3 phone, it's called "My Files" and looks like a file folder. The manager has options to copy from SD card to device memory. If you don't have a default file manager, you can get one (eg. ES File Explorer) from the play store.
In your settings, under storage, there should be a option to change your default write disk. If you change that to SD card, it should save your media to the card.
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