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Although the Android phones and tablets can add (micro) SD cards, that will not extend the internal memory. You should see the SD card as a extra hard disk. Here you can hold pictures and music. As soon as you installed extra apps, and the phone or tablet is telling you the memory is full, you only can free memory, by deleting apps from the main memory.
If you thought I can buy a phone or tablet with less memory, because the SD cards are very cheap and will extend the internal memory, you thought wrong.
You can't transfer an app to the memory card and still use it as if it was in the main memory.
when you reformat any memory card in your phone it wipes out all info on it you need to transfer the info to the phone memory 1st, all pictures and music have to go to phone memory then you can reformat sd card and transfer back your info to save on card
youll have to transfer some of the info to another area, card storage is best way to free up phone storage, if your phone doesnt take a sd card you have to delete somethings, if it does then get a larger capasity sd card and transfer phone memory useage to card memory
It means that theres no enough disk space on your phone. If your phone does have memory card then you can transfer some files from your phone to the memory card e.g. pictures,musics.
If your phone does not support memory card then you have to delete some messages or entries that you no longer need ir simply format your phone but make sure you back up your contacts and some info that you cant afford to lose
The reason that you are only showing 3806 is because 4Gb is the "UNFORMATTED" capacity of the card, and 3.8Gb is the "FORMATTED" capacity of the card. The .2 or so Gb of space gone is taken by the system information for the card to work w/ the operating system. You can see here for more info, but don't worry there is nothing wrong w/ the card you have.