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today i tried to download an application from play store. but instead it showed the error message not enough store space in device memory. i tried to search the solution for it on net. so i did few things like. 1. go to settings> all application> then Google play services clear cache ,clear data , force stop it. 2. and then do the same thing for Google play store.

but they also didn't work. what should i do.

  • What phone? On most Samsungs it helps to: open the dialer, type *#9900# then a menu appears and select the second item: Delete dumpstate/logcat That will free up space from some internal partitions and enable app installs. – David Balažic Apr 24 '15 at 0:00
  • insufficient-memory-tag This tag is associated with may questions with similar issues. Have a look at it. If it helps then please answer your question. Otherwise, do an edit to let us know what did you try but not worked out. – Firelord May 1 '15 at 1:46
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Maybe simply there isnt enough storage as stated in the error.

Apps are installed in data patition not your internal sd card. Dont be misleaded by that. There are /cache /data /system partitions .Preinstalled system applications are in read only /system partition. When you install app from play store it will be installed in /data partition and its limited. My 16 GB phone has only 2GB data partition

Try to clear some other applications data

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  1. Check your data connection is active
  2. Make sure Download Manager is turned on
  3. Check your device has enough free storage available
  4. Clear cache & data
  5. Re-install Play Store updates
  6. Check for system updates

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