There might be similar questions. I don't want to open those old question.

This is what I have done:

  • I have rooted my phone.
  • I have installed Link2SD.

It was working good. Suddenly I started to get interal storage full warning. I uninstalled apps one by one. I got some space in internal storage. I got about 80MB. I should get 150MB. Anyway, I am now installing apps one by one. Whenever I install an app, the internal storage is going low. Once I moved the app using Link2SD, I am getting some space.

But the problem is, I am not getting the same amount of space. So if I install few more apps, the internal storage will surely go down and i will get warnings.

What is the best solution to keep the apps in SD card? So I can keep good internal memory.

  • Have you seen this: HTC Desire low on internal storage, I'm clueless -- Any help? Can you elaborate as to why your question is different? – ale May 22 '13 at 12:39
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    Please see the insufficient-memory tag-wiki for your storage problem, plus the link2sd tag-wiki for some background on Link2SD. Special quote from the latter: Link2SD does not move application's private data files; it moves apk, dex (dalvik-cache) and lib files. So with any new app installed, even if moved with Link2SD, additional internal memory will be used for the apps data (e.g. database files). – Izzy May 22 '13 at 13:26
  • @Al Everett That question and answer didnt solve my problem. I guess it would not have solved the problem for the asker! – Mahesh May 22 '13 at 17:00
  • @Izzy how do we move data files too? I just found that twitter, facebook and g+ use lot of data. If i clear them, i am getting more space and i need to re-login. They fill the data very fast. – Mahesh May 22 '13 at 17:01
  • @Mahesh take a look at the link2sd tag-wiki :) Or guess the word: App2SD -> Link2SD -> Data2SD :) – Izzy May 22 '13 at 18:01

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