My Samsung Galaxy S5 tells me I have insufficient storage to update apps. Looking at the storage menu, I have enough space, and it will work if I clear the cache through the storage menu. This is only a temporary fix, though. I had 21 updates this morning and I had to clear the cache 6 times just to update them. Looking on Google I found many people suggesting accessing the
SysDump menu and deleting the
dumpstate/logcat to fix this issue. However, everyone says to dial
*#9900# in the dialer to access this. This does not work on my phone, maybe because I have Android 5.0, and most of these articles and posts were written years ago. How can I access the SysDump menu?
Or is there a better solution for this? I only have 512MB free of 16GB, however, most apps are <30MB. I see 5.56GB in
Miscellaneous files though when I look through them they add up to 105MB.