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    Default Phone memory issue ( Xperia J)

    hello all,
    i new with android..i have xperia J (rooted)
    so i look my xperia J have 3 storage..phone memory, internal storage, sd card
    i try to swap storage (internal<>sd) with edit "vold.fstab" method.
    i success, and now my internal is 32gb and sd 2gb (before internal 2gb, sd 32gb).
    the problem is :
    -sometime cannot install apps with error storage full
    -apps not install in internal (need move manually) (its ok)
    -cannot move certain apps from phone memory to internal.
    can i know if we can expand phone memory, because im understand apps still required phone memory even we have big internal..
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    Default Re: Phone memory issue ( Xperia J)

    Same problem for me also. I can't install more application...old suggests

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    Default Re: Phone memory issue ( Xperia J)

    Hi plz tell me how u have done....

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    Default Re: Phone memory issue ( Xperia J)

    I think the problem is you've swaped your memory round but your phone still recognize's the
    2gb as your internal memory although you've put 32gb in its place,it maybe a default on
    the phone and there's nothing you can do?

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