I've got a Samsung Galaxy i9000 equiv(T959) that has recently been showing "Storage Space Running Out". I have been running Cyanogen 10.1 for a couple of years without any problems, until now. But I have 400M free on my system partition and 3G on my SD partition.
From other posts I have read, options include:
- deleting all logs in /data/log
- *#9900# and selecting
adb shellto delete everything in /data/log
- moving apps to the SD partition
/data/log foler is empty! (checked with ES file explorer and even Terminal Emulator). And I have 400M free on the system drive!
With 400M free on my system drive (confirmed both with DataUsage and Storage Use), I do not understand where these messages are coming from! I've tried
wiping davlik cache, but that has not made a difference either.
Everything I have read points to log files being the culprit, but nothing I have run seems to detect any log file taking up room.
In the meantime, I can't seem to use the gmail client/app anymore (unable to sync), so cannot send or receive email.
I know that this may seem like a duplicate question, but I cannot find any postings that deal with this issue when there is actually significant space left on the device (>25%!).
df: Filesystem Size used Free /dev 198.5M 32K 198.5M /mnt/secure 198.5M 0K 198.5M /mnt/asec 198.5M 0K 198.5M /mnt/obb 198.5M 0K 198.5M /cache 17.5M 2.3M 15.2M /radio 16M 14.3M 1.7M /datadata 422M 395.6M 26.4M /system 393.7M 334.4M 59.3M /data 1.5G 1.1G 396.9M /efs 12.5M 5.9M 6.6M /storage/sdcard0 13G 9.5G 3.5G
There are also some app-specific mount points that I don't believe have value to list here.