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Re: BLU Advance 5.0 Android phone won't let me add apps...
1) go to Settings, and under Device, click Storage, then click Transfer data to SD Card.
2) go to Settings, and under Device, click Apps, then for every app : click on the app name, then on storage, then on Clear the cache.
3) If you don't want to repeat this cumbersome process manually from time to time, many apps can do it for you. I personnaly use one called AppMgr III, installable from Google Play.
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my LG phone did the same thing. My internal memory stayed at full capacity while my SD card was available with all of its space ready to use. the phone would not allow me to add anything to the SD card. every time i wanted to add an app, i had to delete an app i already had. an extremely frustrating and ridiculous issue which should never have even been an issue. if i had known i would not be able to use my SD card to store apps, pics, etc, i never would have purchased the phone. long story short, i googled the issue, tried many of the suggestions with no success. after much trial and error, i finally found the solution to my problem. i bought a new phone. it was not an LG. i was and am extremely disappointed with the USER UNFRIENDLINESS of this LG cell phone. shame on LG for not giving all the information to purchasers of their product. sorry it isn't better news.
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There are 2 storage in just about every smartphone or tablet. There is an internal storage, usually about 1gb. or 2gb. And there an internal SD storage, which is not same as the external micro sd card. RAM stands for Read Access Memory, it will not work as storage. Now, when you download an app it is usually save in the internal storage. If you move an app without an external micro sd card inserted, you are moving them to the internal SD storage. If possible got to setting>storage and check how is the storage divided, if you insert the external micro sd card it should display 3 separate bars. Also, another way to move apps and other things around is by using ES File Explorer. Check that out first and I hope you do resolve the problem, best of luck.
Try going into the setting and under storage to see how many space you have left. Android phone have a lot of ads and residue over time as you browser the web and use other apps. There is an app called clean master that you can download from the play store to clean up your phone Internal memory leaving you more space for other things. I would recommend cleaning the phone once a week. As for the SD card make sure you unmount it first before removing the SD card and replacing it with a new one. You can always use a computer that has an SD slot to back up your file to a local computer or simply use free service like dropbox or pcloud.
Please read this site. Just to make clear what you can do with internal memory, SD cards and so on in any Android device.
Be aware the SD card is only an external device to keep your files close to the device. You can't open them and you can't run any app from it.
To open files in the internal memory, toy need to have enough free internal memory to let the app that wants to open the file can run, and some extra space. If the memory is full you need to clear memory, by moving apps or data to the SD card.
It seems that you run out of space in you tablet's storage to save any more apps or files. The system may try to download a file but, not finding any more available space, only store the file name, with 0 bytes, showing that it could not save the full file.
You may need to erase/uninstall some applications you no longer use in the 'Applications Manager' (in case it is an Android tablet) or, if your tablet allows you, install a SD card where you can transfer some applications to.