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Deleting Apps I have to delete all of my storage and reinstall all of my apps after everytime I use my flash drive on this tablet, am I doing something wrong?

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  • W.L. Jul 21, 2014

    What do you mean by deleting your storage? Have you looked at available system memory?



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Everytime that I try to download anything it tells me that I have insufficient space. I have deleted everything so I should have some space.

Wipe cache, I'm sure it could be in the gbs.
This is under settings/storage. Tap Cached to clean. Try to download any app again.

Jul 04, 2017 | Tablets & eReaders

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My tablet keeps giving me error message. Insuficcant space on tablet to download apps

This means the internal memory is full and the only way to add apps is to uninstall other apps that you have installed. Check to see if you have apps you no longer use and uninstall them.

Jan 02, 2017 | Tablets & eReaders

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When I want to install more apps says I have no more storage.yet I do .what's wrong Storage says available.

On your internal storage SD card there is an App partition. This is where all your apps are stored. Many devices have a small App partition like maybe 1 gigabyte. It doesn't take long to fill this up with additional apps.

Many Android devices display this App partition storage bar graph in Settings > Storage. It's usually the top horizontal bar graph. If it's all one color then it's full and it will perhaps say something like 1 gigabyte of 1 gibabyte used. The only way to get
more room to download new apps is to delete some of the old ones, or in some case a few of them might be able to be moved to the external SD card if your device has one in its slot.

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How can I clean my storage, I ran out of room!

You can release more storage room by going into Settings and then into Storage. Clear the cache to get more storage space. Some tablets have their storage divided into two partitions. The first one is usually 1 or 2 GBs. The second has the rest. You can go into your Settings and then into Apps/Applications, click on an app and see if there is a button to move the app from the tablet to the second partition, which can be named differently on different tablets (internal SD, external storage, SD, etc.) Move as many apps as are allowed. Know that apps that can be moved will not move the entire app, only a portion of it, but this will free up a lot of memory on you primary partition and often speed up your tablet. It is a good idea to leave some room (100-150 mb) on your primary storage partition, so you can download files. If it is too full, the tablet will not be able to download files.

May 03, 2015 | Tablets & eReaders

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Fix a tablet

a 'no bootable device' error usually means that the device cannot find a hard drive (it's usually a solid state drive in a tablet, like an embedded flash drive).

Chances are that something has gone horribly wrong. Best case scenario is that a cable between the processor and the hard drive is damaged and can be replaced. More likely is that your hard drive has completely crashed or that the bootable partition was corrupted and your device will no longer work.

You'll probably have to send it in for service, they'll replace the drive, and you'll have to reinstall your apps.

Mar 04, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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Why can't I see the manage storage button in the settings?

Which app are you trying to delete? The are certain system apps that cannot be deleted which include, Photos, Clock, Map, Music... to name a few. These won't have an "X" and cannot be deleted.

Sep 22, 2014 | Apple iPad Tablets & eReaders

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Space running OuT??

Hi to get this sorted delete cache from application and if possible move apps to internal storage or sd card.


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Have to delete everything after I insert a flash drive of my own

When you say "nothing will work", do you mean that the tablet freezes completely, becomes totally unresponsive to any touches? What happens if you power it off and back on again?

Does the problem happen every time you eject any flash drive, regardless of whether it's empty or has contents (files, directories)?

What happens if you leave the tablet powered on after ejecting, but just leaving it alone (preferably charging) for a few minutes?

Mar 20, 2014 | Kocaso M736 7" Capacitive Android 4.1OS...

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I downloaded Skype on my 4Sight 9" Android 4.0 tablet but it won't open. How can I fix it?

I've had trouble with downloaded apps not working and everytime I did I would delete the app, turn my device off then back on, and then reinstall the app.

Dec 13, 2012 | Tablets & eReaders

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