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comment How to determine the amount of app space available?
Also, before uninstalling more apps, try deleting the logs that sometimes clog up the internal storage on Samsung devices by using a dialer code *#9900# to bring up the SysDump utility and selecting the "Delete dumpstate/logcat/modem log" option.
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comment How to determine the amount of app space available?
Hmm... There does seem to be enough space in important areas like /data (app storage area), /storage/emulated/ ("Internal SD Card" area) and /cache. @Firelord could be correct with the 10% "low space" threshold.
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comment How to determine the amount of app space available?
Can you post the output of the df shell command? Easiest way is to use the ADB utility from Android SDK, but you will also need the proper USB drivers installed on your PC.
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reviewed Close Updater Binary Error from Update.zip - home-baked
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reviewed Close Can I install other carrier rom on samsung galaxy s5?
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reviewed Close How many pictures can Samsung Note 3 can handle?
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reviewed Close Weird Galaxy mini stock rom
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reviewed Approve shoutcast tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Reviewed Why doesn't Android compass react to magnet?
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reviewed Reviewed Geometry Dash custom songs download location
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reviewed Looks OK How to reset my LG Rumor Reflex if I forgot security pin
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comment How do I enable Direct Boot feature on Nexus 6 running Android N Preview 1?
Thanks for the information, @PaulCrowley. Is the feature going to be rolled out to all devices (that get updated to N) eventually?
Apr
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accepted How do I enable Direct Boot feature on Nexus 6 running Android N Preview 1?
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comment How do I enable Direct Boot feature on Nexus 6 running Android N Preview 1?
That's a bummer. Any source for this information?
Apr
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comment How do I enable Direct Boot feature on Nexus 6 running Android N Preview 1?
@IftekharAS System-level encryption cannot be disabled on stock Android 6.0 and above. On Marshmallow and N the phone gets encrypted by default, and the only way to remove encryption is to use a custom kernel.
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reviewed No Action Needed Unable to mount /system as read-write
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reviewed No Action Needed Vodafone Smart Tab 3G 7"not booting
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reviewed Close Android voice recorder with unlimited recording time
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reviewed Leave Open Can't recieve sms