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"System data" is... Well, the data that you need for your system to run. They are the files in your /system directory. You need those files there, otherwise you'd have a brick; your phone would be unusable without an operating system. A factory reset does not remove it because it only removes all user data (all files stored in /data directory. Also, you may ...
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I believe you would have to reformat the partitions using odin (for samsung). It may have wiped out said partitions and erased the data on that partition. I am not sure if there is a way to recover, this is where a nandroid backup comes into play.
Now I realize that as to the first part of the question, as pointed out, the Storage screen is displaying information on internal storage (excluding SIM card storage space, external SD card storage space, and RAM memory which is just a temporary storage location which is on a separate chip and does not serve as a persistent storage location). The reason I ...
In this respect, there is no difference between regular PC and Android. The terminologies, however, is slightly confusing. System memory refers to the storage space that is used by system files, and Device memory refers to all storage space. Device memory does not refer to RAM. Your device's RAM can be seen in Settings -> More -> Application Manager. ...
Try this. Please take a backup of your phone. Perform a factory data reset. Set your default location of your camera storage to SD card.
Yea a bit confusing but these are alternate paths for the memory layout /mnt/sdcard0/ (Internal Virtual SD Card) and Izzy your correct if more devices are connected, but the naming could be different depending on device. ex. /mnt/sdcard1/ (Physical SD Card in SD slot) but other devices such as a Usb flash drive connect with an adapter could be called ...
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.
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