I am using RED MI Note.

All my applications are installed in internal storage.

I have 2GB of space available in internal device.

But when i try to install Any.do and Greenify I am getting error that

"Not Enough Space Available"

I tried Many ways:

  1. Uninstall lots of apps (Cleared almost 1 GB)
  2. Uninstalled Play Store and Re-installed
  3. Cleared Cache of Play Services.
  4. Uninstalled Play Services.
  5. Cleared Data of Play Store.
  6. Install older version of play store.
  7. Cleared App cache of all apps.
  8. Downloaded apk and then installed (not worked)

9.Installed older version of apps that work earlier (not worked)

I am searching for this solution from several days. I tried almost every Possible solution on net.

I am asking it here so that i can get the solution.

NOTE I even tried complete factory reset. But It also doesn't work

  • NOTE I even tried complete factory reset. But It also doesn;' work
    – Dalvik
    Commented Apr 20, 2015 at 12:32
  • I assume you've already checked with our insufficient-memory tag-wiki – and tried above after a factory-reset without installing anything else before. There was a similar issue here before (see: False “low on space” (internal storage) warning on HTC Incredible), culprit was never found (to my knowledge at least). Last resort: contact manufacturer, see if they have a firmware upgrade or replace the board (might be faulty chips giving wrong reports).
    – Izzy
    Commented Apr 29, 2015 at 11:39
  • yes thats the only way i can resolve this
    – Dalvik
    Commented Apr 29, 2015 at 11:49

2 Answers 2


I face the same problem on my Galaxy S Advance. I have 0.5GB remaining, but apps won't install. I have very less reputation, hence I can't comment. You may try the treatment by the Clean Master app, though I doubt its effectiveness in solving your (OUR) problem.

  • it can't solve..I tried it...
    – Dalvik
    Commented Apr 21, 2015 at 5:00
  • Did Clean Master solved Your problem ?
    – Dalvik
    Commented Apr 21, 2015 at 5:01
  • I don't know. I remember now, that my problem was that I could not update to the latest version of firefox because of insufficient space. I could not update Firefox, after using Clean Master. But I was able to install some other smaller apps. After 2 days, I uninstalled 1 or 2 apps, then Firefox was able to update.. so there's a lot of confusion. I did not conduct an experiment scientifically.. BTW, you username, Dalvik is cool, with reference to Android ( I hope you know what I mean). Commented Apr 21, 2015 at 7:51
  • yaa i knw that...their is story behind the name...btw me name is RAHUL
    – Dalvik
    Commented Apr 21, 2015 at 8:18
  • Do you use Google Music? Try going into the Music app's settings and clearing all the cached songs. I had a similar issue and this fixed it for me since I had a couple of GBs of songs cached.
    – Hassaan
    Commented Apr 27, 2015 at 6:44

I don't know whether this works for some one or not.

I installed Lucky Patcher in my Phone.

And immediately it showed me warning that

 unused file Anydo.odex

and after then I Am able to install all these applications. Its weird.

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