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I have a Nexus 5 that says that I don't have enough space on the phone. I have checked the storage settings (see screenshots) and it is missing half of the space.

I have searched and people recommend deleting dumpstate/logcat with *#9900# command, but when I enter the command nothing happen.

Any ideas?

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    Please start with the first-aid and links provided in our insufficient-memory tag-wiki. Summing up single values doesn't match the numbers given on top of the screen – which might indicate some storage trouble. So if all else fails, you might need to perform a factory-reset, though that would erase all you user data and user apps. – Izzy Jun 7 '16 at 12:10
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As izzy deleted my previous answer (Hard reset isn't just a power off, I cant even take my battery) I repost the answer

Hard reset do the trick, link of "How to do a hard reset"

http://www.smartmobilephonesolutions.com/content/how-to-hard-reset-an-android-phone

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