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type *#9900# then select DELETE DUMP, I HAVE TRIED THIS . MY STORAGE WAS 11MB , NOW IS 1.57GB.
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.
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 > \
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 ...
If you've ever partitioned a disk, you might know how one partition can fill up, even though the disk itself has plenty of space. This is one of the drawbacks to partitioning. Well, Android partitions the disk, and then mounts the data partition onto the filesystem so that it all looks like one disk. The data partition is usually called, confusingly, ...
Try getting a memory card if you don't have one. Move apps from Phone to SD card. Hope this helps.
I also have the A727. :) It appears that whoever designed the system should have been more careful with how he named stuff -- the internal hard drive is called "sdcard," as you mentioned in your question. To use the SD card on your tablet, you need to hit the "SD card" button on the top of the screen (using the built-in file manager), as in the picture ...
Well, It might be that you have a lot of stuff that filled up your storage. Deleting a little might not help. Try deleting some stuff like, videos you made from camera, apps you never used, or other. If your not comfortable with it, then you have to try get an SD card. It can be your only solution.
I've got 'avg antivirus' installed.I just backup files from it and they get stored as apks.
A very easy way is ES File Explorer from Google Play Store. You can browse to your /system/app folder (for system apps) /data/app folder (for user apps; requires root to be accessed) and copy them to your /sdcard (or anywhere else). Copying multiple files with ES File Explorer is very easy. Just long hold one of the files, then put check marks on all ...
There are several apps specialized on this topic. The probably best known is AppMonster, which I use (in the Pro version) for years now, very reliable (and very active dev). For alternatives and more details, please take a look at: Are APK files saved on my device when I install from the Play Store? IzzyOnDroid App Lists: Backups: Backup Apps
Try Go backup and Restore app from playstore https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.jiubang.go.backup.ex&hl=en
Then back up your app data after that go to Settings->Application->->Clear data(Clear the app data). After that you can able to get the apk for the selected application with the use of APK Share/Send application.
Yeah, you can use Apk Share/Send Pro application to get the backup of application as a apk file
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