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Open ES File Explorer and under download manager select "enable ES download manager". ES download manager has the 12gb SD card as its default location. If it's not the default you can set it to be. Big apps are now downloading onto the 12bg partition.


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It might be some directories itself where the space ist lost. If you deleted a lot of files in a directory, the space is freed, but the space for directory entries is not reduced. You can help yourself with this (in a terminal): mv dirname dirname.old mkdir dirname mv dirname.old/* dirname rmdir dirname.old This should give you back the lost space.


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Some times the dump files may eat up our storage space. Try using apps to clean up this space. I would recommend you sdmaid app which is free in play store. Its basically for rooted phone but works totally fine with unrooted ones too.


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Its basically or more often nand flash memory. And this memory is partitioned into various parts like system storage (/system) and user accessible storage (/data) and possibly (in some cases), /sdcard (note that I'm talking about the emulated legacy SD Card, not your expansion slot) and many more. So its the total memory that comes with the phone on SoC is ...


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When things with storage go awry I use DiskUsage. It uses a graphical interface (hardware or software rendering), very intuitive. You can scan (look at) multiple areas. With this app you will be able to isolate (locate) the problem. After finding the space hog, you can delete within the app or use a file manager to perform more complicated tasks. Root will ...


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You should consider that applications can be space-intensive. Take the Facebook-application for instance. It consumed up to 2GB on my phone.


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LG on its website here has featured the specifications for your device, and the relevant one is: microSD™ Memory Slot                         Supports up to 32 GB memory card** Now you can buy the micro-SD card of size up to 32GB.


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As per This it supports Micro sdcard upto 32GB.


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Restart your device, it has helped for me with the same problem!


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Sounds like a corrupted file in the operating system. What i would suggest doing is reformatting back to factory settings. on the phone go to Apps > Settings > General Tap Backup & Reset uncheck Back up my Data (if you want a clean slate). Leave it checked if you want to keep your pitures and other documents. Tap on Factory Data Reset after doing ...


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I assume you mean MB, not Mb (MegaBytes versus Megabits). 400MB is considered VERY low on storage space for a mobile device. It gives you very little room for apps to decompress before being installed, nowhere near enough room for system updates, and because of how flash memory works, that little space available will dramatically slow down your phone. I'm ...



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