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I found that the update was actually not (fully?) downloaded on my phone yet. Perhaps this contributes to not finding a way to delete it, though I doubt that. The way you can validate this is by turning on the airplane mode and going to the upgrade. If you are in my situation, you should get an error message about downloading. This still leaves the ...


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As far as I understood the apps take so much space because of cache files, additional data, backups, photos, videos and etc. Size that shown in App Cleaner is just about the size of .apk files without any other related data and files to those apps. It is all cleanable but could cause the loss of the information and unpredicted behavior of an app. ...


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... /system has no space left. It indicates that your /system partition is mounted R/W but just to make sure, if dm-verity is enabled, /system is always R/O. For details see How to disable dm-verity on Android?. Next, both of your screenshots show that your /system partition is full. Even if you haven't written anything to it, some ROMs may have /system ...


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It's not clear what Android means by "Apps", which is 2.10 GB. Total size of an app includes its apk file + extra native libraries (if any) + Dalvik cache + obb files + app's data + cache. Data and cache can be on internal (/data) as well as shared private storage (/sdcard/Android). I think the missing 2.4 GB could be apps data if not included in "Apps", or ...


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Android's filesystem hierarchy is a bit complex and people often find it difficult to grasp. A major reason for confusion is that Android isn't very expressive in explaining these things and it's not very clear which files Android put in which category. Another reason is that mostly devices are not rooted and users don't have access to filesystems to verify ...


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