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Unfortunately, on many cell phones that don't have very much main memory, the standard set of apps on an android phone will tend to take up the majority of the free memory. This leaves you with next to no main memory to install apps in. You'll find that many phones that have 8gb of ram suffer from this issue when they've hardly installed any apps at all. You can try installing a micro sd card to expand the memory and see if your phone will allow you to move any of the applications to the memory card to free up space in the main memory. Having to deal with this is very frustrating and, the only real solution I know of is to try to make sure that any phone you upgrade to has no less than 16gb ram, hopefully 32gb minimum and having an expansion memory chip (MicroSD card) that you can save any pictures, music & other files to ..with hopefully the ability to move some apps to the MicroSD memory as well to keep from running into the same Low Memory problem again.
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First, go to Settings > Storage and check if the "Default write disk" is set to "SD card". Then go to Settings > Apps and swipe to the left until you get to "SD card". Below will be all the Apps that can be be moved to the external SD card. Click in the box on the right and another page will come up. About in the middle of the page will be "MOVE TO SD CARD" tab. Tap on it and wait until it finishes. Then go back and pick another App to move. You should be able to download apps directly to the external SD card. I haven't done that on this device and not all apps will download to the external SD card (the app maker can restrict downloads to only the internal memory. This tablet is one of the rare few Android devices that allow moving Apps to external memory.
The HTC Desire has 8 Gigabytes of internal memory, but due to the preloaded Android OS and software only 4.5 Gigabytes are available for use. It does not take long to chew up 4.5 GB if you have a lot of music, videos, pictures, and apps. This phone does have a microSD slot though, so you can expand the memory with up to a 64 Gigabyte microSD card. So, below is how you find out if you have a microSD card available:
1. Go into Settings on your phone, and select Storage. This will generally show available storage devices on your phone, including any installed microSD cards. *CAUTION* Your storage devices can be formatted from here - so be careful Not to Format Any Devices as that will wipe all data from the device. If this is not readily visible, move on to option 2.
2. If you are uncertain as to if you have a microSD card installed view the youtube video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJDqdBFtE6U
Open the cover on your phone as detailed in the video and see if there is a card installed where indicated. The card's capacity should be clearly marked on the card.