· 1.Check if you really have sufficient storage free.
Ifstorage is free enough
then · 2.Clear the app chache data with the clean master app or the included cleaning app forjunk data cleaning.
Can also bedone by using adb bridge (Search on the net you will surely get something onstackoverflow.com).
If thisdoes not solve your problem.
Then try this: · 3. (This solved my problem)
Usuallythe default install location in android is set to automatic. If for any reasonif it is change to something else it can be problematic like you experienced.
Setting up ADB (required)
->get you phone connected to a pc over the USBcable provided (Make sure you have your proper driver installed [usually it'sinstalled])).
->Turn the "debugging mode on"through the settings (You can search over the internet it's easy)
->download the adb_inteface.rar tool andextract it somewhere.
->open command prompt. Change the currentdirectory to where you extracted the adb.exe and all files from the attachment.
if it returns with last line like this List of devices attached cfcd5eec device
This means you have successfully set up theinterface.
->check the default storage location bytyping on the command prompt:
- If you need clarification, ask it in the comment box above.
- Better answers use proper spelling and grammar.
- Provide details, support with references or personal experience.
Tell us some more! Your answer needs to include more details to help people.You can't post answers that contain an email address.Please enter a valid email address.The email address entered is already associated to an account.Login to postPlease use English characters only.
Tip: The max point reward for answering a question is 15.
There are TWO memory locations on your tablet. One is the removable SD memory card. This location is used alomost exclusively to STORE applications and data. The other location is the memory INSIDE the tablet. This memory is NOT removable.
Like the removable memory, the internal memory is used to store applications and data; but it also used to RUN the applications. Some applications MAY run on the SD card, but most require the internal memory. You should MOVE stored DATA (pictures, reports, music, videos, etc.) from the internal memory to the SD card. Next, move applications to the SD card too. You may find that most will not work or move - in which case they must remain on the internal memory.
Next, UNINSTALL applications that you never use and REVIEW the others to determine if the amount of use they get is worth the storage space you lose by keeping them. You may have a large amount of space available after doing these suggestions and you may find your tablet runs faster, too.
The internal memory cards of some Android devices are partitioned for app storage and installation. Some of them have partitions that are quite small such as one Gigabyte or smaller. The remainder of the storage cannot be used for apps.
If it keeps saying not enough memory space then chances are the app partition is full. The only way to free up some space is to uninstall some apps that are stored there but not being used. You can see which apps can be uninstalled in Settings > Apps and look at them one by one to see if an uninstall option is listed. Simply click *uninstall* to remove them from the app storage partition. This will free up some extra space for some new apps or for updates to older apps you still like and use.
Also some of the apps might show an option to move them to an external SD card (if your device has a slot for one and if an SD card in inserted therein). Do move any and all to the external SD card of you have that option as that will also free up that space from the internal SD card.
Hi Izabel Maritz, I want to help you with your question, just answer each of the following to the best of your knowledge and follow the solutions. 1 Smartphone or not. 2 Removable media inserted? (Micro SD card) 3 Does the Removable media device show unused space? First and most importantly if you know a Micro SD card is installed with sufficient space to save your downloads then your phone settings are set to save downloads to 'local storage' and has filled to it's max. Often you can fix this easiest by removing the card for a few seconds and re-inserting it whilst the phone not 'locked'. Most phones will prompt you asking if saves should now be made to the SD card or to leave it at 'local storage' If you answer yes to each of the above numbered questions, it is likely the browser you are using is set to download to the incorrect destination. Try Solution A below. If answers no to questions 2 or 3 of the above question skip to Solution B. (Solution A) To check this open your browser and look for the settings menu. From here it will depend on the browser you are using, but you want to look for an option related to the following. 'download location' 'file destination' 'save to external media' If you have no success or need help finding the setting for your browser please provide me with browser name. If it is the cell phone provider browser that comes default on the phone then I will need the make and model of the phone. (Solution B) If no Micro SD card is installed to your phone I would recommend buying one they are inexpensive and provide a large amount of space for things on your phone. The average phone whether it is smartphone or not does not have much 'local storage' Other solutions for B, 1 Freeing space in your local storage. This means deleting things saved to the phone itself. Music, Pictures, Ringtones, Video's, Applications could be filling the phones local storage. 2 Freeing space on your 'external media' device. This means deleting things from your 'Micro SD card' (Note. If you plug a phone smart or not into a PC or laptop usb port you may move things rather than delete them. I can assist further with that as well.
You can try moving some of the apps onto your sd card by going into application manager and from there clicking on an app and hit move to sd card. Clearing app cache may also help. this is a common samsung problem.
Be aware your phone has a very small internal memory. It only can hold a few things. To store music or pictures, you should add a micro SD card.
Be aware that most Apps only can work in the internal memory and the SD card only must be seen as an external HD.
searcht eh android market for apps 2 sd or similar, then install and it will move all apps that can be moved to the sd card, some of the file statys ont eh phone however.
also completely clear your internet history and cache.
Thing is that the memory card is in a totally diffrent folder... you need to put the card into your mp3 then open both folders. download your songs... then voila extra mp3 space!! see for example my mp3 is hooked up to my E: drive but to get access to my memory card i have to open up the F: drive also!! :P