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comment Why am I constantly running out of space on my Galaxy S2?
Is this any different from deleting the files in /data/log?
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comment Why am I constantly running out of space on my Galaxy S2?
Just an additional note for anyone who might be coming across this later: I was confused about the difference between the internal SD card and the internal HD of the device. The internal HD is about 2GB, and the internal SD is about 12 GB (and then there's the additional external 16GB drive.) I kept thinking that if I clean up my 12GB drive that would help, but it's the internal system drive, that is not visible when you connect by USB, where cleaning files was needed.
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comment Why am I constantly running out of space on my Galaxy S2?
This may be the answer. In my /data/log (no 's' on 'log') folder, there was about half a gigabyte of data. Clearing this out seems to have helped, as I'm now getting less errors, but I'm going to run for a day or so to be sure.
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Added note about root access.
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comment Why am I constantly running out of space on my Galaxy S2?
Thank you for replying. I can not find a directory called gps in /system/etc/.
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comment Why am I constantly running out of space on my Galaxy S2?
If I right click on the Android folder and select Properties (Using Ubuntu), it says it's about 210 MB.