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Topic # 100171 4-Apr-2012 17:42
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Hi All,

my U8150 is constantly running low on internal storage...  as much as possible I do move apps to SD, and theres still heaps of room thereh - am I doing something wrong still or do I just have too many apps on the phone???

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  Reply # 605261 4-Apr-2012 19:40
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8150 has 200mb internal storage, so its not a lot and does fill rather quickly - you are best to move all the apps you can to SD card but they dont always let you - just need to be a little bit picky about the apps you install.

I only just had the low space message on my 8150 for the first time yesterday.




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  Reply # 605270 4-Apr-2012 19:46
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I never got the low storage message when I had mine but i always monitored my storage.

If you use a custom ROM then I found they give you a bit more storage space. I always found my U8150 to run considerably faster if you leave it with >50mb storage. It does mean you have to pick and choose your apps carefully.

I found the social networking apps to be the largest so I went with 3rd party apps that could be moved to the SD card.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 605880 5-Apr-2012 20:20
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If you are rooted and a little bit confidant, you can create a second fat32 partition on your sd card and use an app called link2sd to move apps across to that second partition. Works great and I never ran out of space using it. 




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  Reply # 606026 6-Apr-2012 10:31
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use this -> http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1456890




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  Reply # 606552 8-Apr-2012 00:58
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You can also move some of the apps from the data partition into the system partition (i.e. replace the stock ROM versions with updated versions).

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