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A lot of devices limit you to formatting 32 GB blocks if you format in FAT32 or will not format because the partition is "too large". If you run into that problem, use this utility to format it on your PC.


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Try to format the card in a device other than a computer or Android device. As example a camera that supports the card. This must solve partition / space allocation problems.


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Check your phone whether having enough space for the app. Normally it requires more space than the size of the app. If your phone has enough space, try to clear both cache and data for your Google Play in App Manager and perform a restart for your phone after clearing cache and data. It should work afterwards. Credit to this post. I tried this method and ...


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Maybe Your phone memory is full you have to cleanup the internal memory of your phone. Go to settings then application and clear the RAM. When the sufficient amount of memory is clear from your mobile then again install whatsapp.


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Maybe this is due excess cache. I guess before an app is installed on to our internal storage, Android caches the data to cache memory. So please try to clear it and try downloading again. To clear, just go to Storage Management and click on 'Cache'. It prompts you whether to clear and you need to choose clear. Try and reply if it worked.


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Why not using SD MAID? I've been using this tools to backup my Android apps so far. It's lightweight, and easy to use to get the apk from installed apps (without root needed). Step-by-steps : Download the SD MAID from Google Playstore Open SD MAID menu, swipe from the left side. Choose AppControl to show app that installed on your Android phone. Tap on ...


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Turns out there was much more to unmount beyond /mnt/sdcard. Through ADB (and rooted) I unmounted /mnt/sdcard/.android_secure, then /mnt/sdcard, then everything under /mnt. Then I was able to partition my SD card. I hope someone can make good use of this thread one day!



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