I can't figure out why my Android's internal storage is full. I don't think I have anything on there except for the 18 stock apps I have (including apps like titanium backup, and Link2SD that came with my ROM). I've gotten rid of all the bloatware on the phone, deleted most of my cache, and moved all of my downloaded apps to the SD card. I've even gone as far as to replace the web browser with Opera mini (and put it on the SD card), and prevented the device from installing a 10 MB update for the google play store. Even though the phone only has 14 MB (138/152 MB), I would think that would be more than enough to receive text messages. The phone doesn't even want me to do that.
I do have a few thoughts as to what could be causing this problem. First off, even after I've deleted an app via titanium backup, the app still appears in titanium backup with a line through it. This leads me to believe that the app still has data left on the phone. Second, I'm thinking Link2SD isn't actually moving all of the app to the SD card. In that case, I guess I don't have any choice but to remove all of my extra apps.
I actually have one solution that may or may not work. If I could somehow make the device treat my extra (32 GB) SD card into thinking it's the phone's external storage, then I wouldn't have to worry about overloading it at all. Would this work flawlessly?
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I've already done that. I'm thinking if there is data on it, it's hidden. I just wiped out the entire phone a few days ago, so I'd hate to do it again. I don't get how there's not enough memory to even receive texts or anything.
Top apps as-in the ones taking up the most amount of space? They're all apps that are supposedly on my SD card. I deleted the email client, so I have no emails. I only had around 80 texts, but I deleted them anyway. Still having the problem. I don't get why I just deleted nearly 80 texts, yet I still can't receive anymore texts. Seems really stupid. I have 14 MB's of storage still available...
It shouldn't be too low to just receive texts, should it? I've deleted all the apps I could. I have none of my apps on the external storage. Are parts of some of the apps that are supposedly on the SD card not really all the way on there or something?
Edit: Yep, I was correct. After removing two apps that were supposedly on the external storage, I had enough storage available to finally send/receive texts.