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Re: When I want to install more apps says I have no more...
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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I had tried a half dozen "2SDcard" type apps as well as half dozen file/apps managers which I downloaded from the Google Play Store. None of them even recognized the SD card I had in my Dell Venue 8. And while the Dell "Settings-storage" did show there was a 32 GB card there none of the apps I tried found it. And that is with both my original tablet and the "refurbished" tablet Dell sent me because they were unable to fix my original Tablet. So since it became clear that Dell was not going to help me with their product, I returned my Dell Venue 8 to Office Max for a full refund. So I guess I would have to comment that: 1. If Dell is going to provide an SD card slot, why not provide the correct software or hardware to allow for its use. 2. If all I needed to do was install an app called "ES Explorer" why didn't the Dell Tech tell me that? They are supposed to be the experts, not me. (As I no longer have the tablet I cannot try your suggestion so don't know if the 13th app I might have downloaded would work or not.) But I do want to thank you. Your post was more helpful to me than the four different Dell Techs I spoke with
Maybe nothing at all. Apps, depending on how they are written, may use only internal storage, SD (TF) storage, or a combination of both. If you are getting a "not enough space" message, chances are the app is not TF friendly. Cell phone users have the same issue with apps not wanting to use the internal card storage. Until tablet/phone makers put more internal memory in their devices, or until app writer make their apps available to the extended storage, this problem will continue.
It looks like the Google Play Services (if you have a device that require Google Play Services) needs a reboot or you need to clean cache. If you are using google apps in a device that have no Google Play Services, then the apps will crash.
Also, clean the cache, go to settings, storage, and tap at cache data,this will clean the apps cache just in case there is a corrupt log.
Some tablets have limited space for apps. If you have internal memory of 8 gigabytes, for example, perhaps only about one gigabyte of that is partitioned for app storage on some devices. When that app storage becomes full, nothing more will be able to download and install.
You can go into Settings> Storage and examine the top bar graph to see if the app storage partition is full. If it's full you will be able to free up some space by uninstalling some apps you don't want or never use.
Most apps do not natively install to an SD card when downloaded from the play store. You have to have an app like AppManager, that has a function to 'move' apps from internal storage to an SD card, or use a manual option in the Android Settings section to move each app individually.. If you are that tight on space that you cannot load any new app, you may have to delete or move something from your internal storage so you can download AppManager or some similar app, and then move as many apps as you can to your SD card. If you have a lot of photos and music you can try moving that to the SD card if your player/viewer software will allow you to find it there. Best way to move bulk items (music/photos, not apps) is to connect to a PC through USB, which brings up your internal storage and the SD card as external USB storage items. Then copy from internal storage to SD card through your PC. Best to establish folders on the SD card to hold these items and then tell your app where they are.
You might want to free up internal storage space on your android tablet. You can do this by moving some apps to an SD card that you have installed. Go to your app drawer, tap and hold on an app, and drag it to "App Info". Then tap move to SD card. Another way to free up space is to uninstall apps that you don't use anymore. If that still doesn't work, try installing a storage cleaning app. I would recommend SD Maid by darken. Hope this helped!
Most likely your iPad is full... of pictures, videos, music, etc. Visit the Settings app, tap General, then Usage. In the STORAGE section at the top, you'll see how much of the storage is available on your iPad and how much is used. If the available number is small, you need to remove stuff until you have enough to handle incoming video streams (YouTube, for example).
The STORAGE section also identifies the apps that are using your space - if Music, Photos & Camera, or other apps seem to take a large portion of the space, either remove some of the data associated with those apps (pictures, movies, music) or remove apps themselves (apps you don't use don't need to be taking space on your iPad).
Portable devices aren't meant for large permanent storage. You should save things you intend to keep forever on your desktop device or in the cloud.
Root tablet w/kingroot and use links2sd app from google as well as aparted app. Partition sd card using ext4 on one partition and fat32 on the other it will allowyou to use external sd card as an internal storage, it comes with instructions on llinks2sd info follow it and you cant go wrong