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If you're getting "storage space runout" on your Samsung S2 phone, just dial *#9900# on the tablet and select option 2 “Delete dumpstate/logcat” It's not necessary to root your android. Restart your phone afterwards.


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Open the app My Files Tap All Files You may see Device Storage and possibly SD memory card Tap either (or both) Tap Download (or download) Select files individually, or tap the menu button then Select all Tap the trash can icon


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Its because you accidently cleared the history of downloads from settings. A way to delete those 50 Mb is to: 1. Go to My files app (default file explorer in your device. 2. Tap on the folder named Download. 3. Your downloaded files are here. select and delete the files you want to. that's it.


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On Android phone. Just type in the dial *#9900# then choose the second one "Delete Dumpstate/logcat". Problem is solved.


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I would look into apps such as App2sd in the play store. I think they create a symlink in internal storage that is linked to the actual app data on the sdcard. I used this on my old phone. It worked pretty well.


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IMHO these governor settings are overrated. Of course it's nice to have such options, but it's confusing users more instead of helping them. Just check your ROM and ask other users for their opinions. In AOKP for example you only need NOOP and Interactive and you should be good to go for anything. You should save your time for more important things in ...


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System space is internal andoid space (not your SD card/storage space). To make more empty space available in your system, you can do the following: Clean system cache (there are various apps to do that); Uninstall unused apps; Move apps to sd card (with App2SD or similar application); System space depends on the device and is limited amount of space ...


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There was a thread similar to yours a while back. It refered to a Stackoverflow thread with a overwhelmingly positive answer. One of the answers is to clear dumpstack. Here is the excerpt from the Stackoverflow answer. Here's a very simple solution that works on my Samsung Galaxy S II and NOTE 1 ; I have no idea about other models: Open the Phone app ...


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Yes you must root, flash etc and then install a new rom. I had all of this crap on my S2 so I just upgraded to a Nexus 5. Best thing I ever did


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Root and flash your phone it solves anything (not only in my experience)



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