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  1. Keekers11's Avatar
    Grrrrrr! My phone is telling me there is insufficient storage space! My phone is telling me otherwise! 22.57GB available.
    08-07-2012 07:48 PM
  2. Keekers11's Avatar
    This is fixed Had to delete a file in the system and was able to download Titanium.
    08-08-2012 09:36 AM
  3. 2defmouze's Avatar
    This is fixed Had to delete a file in the system and was able to download Titanium.
    Hm.. alright... so you got everything working then?
    08-08-2012 09:45 AM
  4. Keekers11's Avatar
    Yes sir!
    08-09-2012 11:50 AM
  5. Keekers11's Avatar
    I had to go to the Home folder--->Data--->and delete file name "com.keramidas.Titaniumbackup"
    08-09-2012 11:53 AM
  6. jean15paul's Avatar
    Ok, TiBu worked great the last time I flashed. Periodically I've been backing up new apps and data to keep everything backed up just in case.

    Yesterday when I went to create a backup I got an error that said, "Backup failed: Insufficient free storage space." I have almost 25 GB free, so I know that can't be right. I've tried both batch backups and backups of individual apps with the same result. I can restore, I just can't back up.

    Is this the same problem that you were having Keekers11?

    Does anyone have any insight?

    I did Google the error, but I only found people who couldn't install an app from the Play Store due to an insufficient storage error. Nothing on not being able to make a TiBu backup.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Android Central Forums
    08-14-2012 04:23 PM
  7. 2defmouze's Avatar
    Ok, TiBu worked great the last time I flashed. Periodically I've been backing up new apps and data to keep everything backed up just in case.

    Yesterday when I went to create a backup I got an error that said, "Backup failed: Insufficient free storage space." I have almost 25 GB free, so I know that can't be right. I've tried both batch backups and backups of individual apps with the same result. I can restore, I just can't back up.

    Is this the same problem that you were having Keekers11?

    Does anyone have any insight?

    I did Google the error, but I only found people who couldn't install an app from the Play Store due to an insufficient storage error. Nothing on not being able to make a TiBu backup.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Android Central Forums
    Sounds like the same.. I believe the file he referred to is actually in /sdcard/data... TiBu should just recreate it if you delete it but you may have to re-check TiBu's settings after if you've altered anything.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Android Central Forums
    08-14-2012 04:35 PM
  8. jean15paul's Avatar
    Sounds like the same.. I believe the file he referred to is actually in /sdcard/data... TiBu should just recreate it if you delete it but you may have to re-check TiBu's settings after if you've altered anything.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Android Central Forums
    I deleted this file "/storage/sdcard0/data/com.keramidas.TitaniumBackup" and it didn't work. I'm still getting the same error.

    I also see "Storage card/media/data/com.keramidas.TitaniumBackup". I didn't delete that one (I just found it), but it appears to be the same file.

    I also see "/data/data/com.keramidas.TitaniumBackup/" but that one is a folder not a file. It has another level of folders buried in it: "files, databases, shared_prefs, lib, and cache" with lots of files in those. That looks like something different and since it's a folder I didn't delete it. Is that what I should delete?

    Sorry if I'm being dense, but Android's folder structure confuses me. It often seem like there more than one path to the same files.

    Another question, would it make sense to uninstall and reinstall TiBu? Would uninstalling TiBu delete my backups? Can I even uninstall it since I flashed update.zip as a system app? If I do uninstall and reinstall should I install from the market or reflash update.zip?

    Thanks again
    08-15-2012 10:00 AM
  9. 2defmouze's Avatar
    I deleted this file "/storage/sdcard0/data/com.keramidas.TitaniumBackup" and it didn't work. I'm still getting the same error.

    I also see "Storage card/media/data/com.keramidas.TitaniumBackup". I didn't delete that one (I just found it), but it appears to be the same file.

    I also see "/data/data/com.keramidas.TitaniumBackup/" but that one is a folder not a file. It has another level of folders buried in it: "files, databases, shared_prefs, lib, and cache" with lots of files in those. That looks like something different and since it's a folder I didn't delete it. Is that what I should delete?

    Sorry if I'm being dense, but Android's folder structure confuses me. It often seem like there more than one path to the same files.

    Another question, would it make sense to uninstall and reinstall TiBu? Would uninstalling TiBu delete my backups? Can I even uninstall it since I flashed update.zip as a system app? If I do uninstall and reinstall should I install from the market or reflash update.zip?

    Thanks again
    Hopefully keekers can confirm which he deleted then, as he said it did fix the problem.

    You could try clearing TiBus cache and data under Settings, Apps, All, TiBu.. It should not affect your backups as they are on the sdcard. To be safe you can copy the /sdcard/TitaniumBackup folder to your computer first, this is where all the backups are stored.

    Sent from my Nexus 7 using Android Central Forums
    08-15-2012 10:17 AM
  10. Keekers11's Avatar
    Hopefully keekers can confirm which he deleted then, as he said it did fix the problem.

    You could try clearing TiBus cache and data under Settings, Apps, All, TiBu.. It should not affect your backups as they are on the sdcard. To be safe you can copy the /sdcard/TitaniumBackup folder to your computer first, this is where all the backups are stored.

    Sent from my Nexus 7 using Android Central Forums
    Yup! That's the exact same error message I was getting. I went a couple steps farther and also deleted all files in the TiBu folder, uninstalled TiBu, then reinstalled it.
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    08-15-2012 11:03 AM
  11. jean15paul's Avatar
    Yup! That's the exact same error message I was getting. I went a couple steps farther and also deleted all files in the TiBu folder, uninstalled TiBu, then reinstalled it.
    If I flashed the "update.zip" file as a system app how do I uninstall it? I'm only given the option to uninstall updates. (Tried uninstalling updates but that didn't help.)

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Android Central Forums
    08-15-2012 11:45 PM
  12. 2defmouze's Avatar
    If I flashed the "update.zip" file as a system app how do I uninstall it? I'm only given the option to uninstall updates. (Tried uninstalling updates but that didn't help.)

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Android Central Forums
    Use root explorer or something similar and delete it from /system/app.. Why do you need to?

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    08-16-2012 12:42 AM
  13. jean15paul's Avatar
    Use root explorer or something similar and delete it from /system/app.. Why do you need to?

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2
    I'm still getting that error that says, "Backup failed: Insufficient free storage space." (Between this message board and googling it, I've typed the error enough that SwiftKey has learned it. Ha!)

    I've tried deleting that com.keramidas.titaniumbackup file, deleting the app cache and data, wiping the system cache and dalvik from recovery, and uninstalling TiBu updates, but nothing has worked. The only other thing I can think of is to uninstall and reinstall the app.

    When you uninstall does it erase your updates?

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Android Central Forums
    08-16-2012 01:06 AM
  14. InclusionInnovates's Avatar
    Great thread ... in the recommendation:

    "6. Boot to recovery.. flash your ROM and Gapps (if needed). Now Mount the System, then install the TiBu update.zip we just created. Now... reboot."

    Specifically, what does "Now Mount the System" mean?

    Thank you
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    08-16-2012 05:45 AM
  15. Canuckfan's Avatar
    Great thread ... in the recommendation:

    "6. Boot to recovery.. flash your ROM and Gapps (if needed). Now Mount the System, then install the TiBu update.zip we just created. Now... reboot."

    Specifically, what does "Now Mount the System" mean?

    Thank you
    So the goal is to install TiBu as a system app and in order to do this you need to have the system mounted. By default the system is unmounted, meaning you can't add/remove files from this folder.

    If you use TWRP, just go to the home screen and choose "Mount". Then enable or tick the box next to "Mount the System". Then go back to "Install" and flash TiBu. That's it! (Sry, don't quite remember exactly where it is in CWM. You should really be using TWRP anyways :P)
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    08-16-2012 06:05 AM
  16. InclusionInnovates's Avatar
    So the goal is to install TiBu as a system app and in order to do this you need to have the system mounted. By default the system is unmounted, meaning you can't add/remove files from this folder.

    If you use TWRP, just go to the home screen and choose "Mount". Then enable or tick the box next to "Mount the System". Then go back to "Install" and flash TiBu. That's it! (Sry, don't quite remember exactly where it is in CWM. You should really be using TWRP anyways :P)
    Okay, I am assume in CWM, I

    1. Reboot into Recovery
    2. Go to the mounts and storage menu
    3. Go to the mounts / system sub menu
    4. Select from: a) mount / sdcard; b) unmount system; c) unmount / cache; or d) mount data. I am assuming the correct answer is "a) mount / sdcard" Is this correct?
    5. Go back and Select install zip from sdcard
    6. Select "apply / sdcard/update.zip "is this correct?
    7. Go back and Reboot

    Is this the correct procedure?

    Thank you!
    08-16-2012 10:10 AM
  17. 2defmouze's Avatar
    Okay, I am assume in CWM, I

    1. Reboot into Recovery
    2. Go to the mounts and storage menu
    3. Go to the mounts / system sub menu
    4. Select from: a) mount / sdcard; b) unmount system; c) unmount / cache; or d) mount data. I am assuming the correct answer is "a) mount / sdcard" Is this correct?
    5. Go back and Select install zip from sdcard
    6. Select "apply / sdcard/update.zip "is this correct?
    7. Go back and Reboot

    Is this the correct procedure?

    Thank you!
    No no, not sd, system. If its already mounted -- which it sounds like, if your only option is to unmount it -- then your fine, just move forward
    08-16-2012 11:52 AM
  18. InclusionInnovates's Avatar
    So the goal is to install TiBu as a system app and in order to do this you need to have the system mounted. By default the system is unmounted, meaning you can't add/remove files from this folder.

    If you use TWRP, just go to the home screen and choose "Mount". Then enable or tick the box next to "Mount the System". Then go back to "Install" and flash TiBu. That's it! (Sry, don't quite remember exactly where it is in CWM. You should really be using TWRP anyways :P)
    No no, not sd, system. If its already mounted -- which it sounds like, if your only option is to unmount it -- then your fine, just move forward
    Final questions. Which #3 in my procedure?

    1. Reboot into Recovery
    2. Go to install zip from sdcard

    3. Select "apply / sdcard/update.zip" OR
    3. Select "choose zip from sdcard" and flash update.zip

    4. Go back and Reboot

    I truly appreciate your patience. I simply do not want to screw this up.

    Thanks!
    08-16-2012 12:14 PM
  19. 2defmouze's Avatar
    Final questions. Which #3 in my procedure?

    1. Reboot into Recovery
    2. Go to install zip from sdcard

    3. Select "apply / sdcard/update.zip" OR
    3. Select "choose zip from sdcard" and flash update.zip

    4. Go back and Reboot

    I truly appreciate your patience. I simply do not want to screw this up.

    Thanks!
    Same difference... there's no reason/need to go into recovery and flash it on its own, if you have it installed already... just next time you flash a ROM, flash the tibu zip directly after then reboot. That way it will be there waiting for you when you boot up
    08-16-2012 12:16 PM
  20. InclusionInnovates's Avatar
    Same difference... there's no reason/need to go into recovery and flash it on its own, if you have it installed already... just next time you flash a ROM, flash the tibu zip directly after then reboot. That way it will be there waiting for you when you boot up
    My Hero! Thanks

    It's Flashing Time!
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    08-16-2012 12:18 PM
  21. Droidintorrance's Avatar
    2def...

    almost famous... ^_^
    08-16-2012 03:54 PM
  22. jean15paul's Avatar
    I'm still getting that error that says, "Backup failed: Insufficient free storage space." (Between this message board and googling it, I've typed the error enough that SwiftKey has learned it. Ha!)

    I've tried deleting that com.keramidas.titaniumbackup file, deleting the app cache and data, wiping the system cache and dalvik from recovery, and uninstalling TiBu updates, but nothing has worked. The only other thing I can think of is to uninstall and reinstall the app.

    When you uninstall does it erase your updates?

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Android Central Forums
    AAARRRRGGGGGGGGGGG!!!!!!!

    After trying everything above (deleting that com.keramidas.titaniumbackup folder, deleting the app cache and data, wiping the system cache and dalvik from recovery, and uninstalling TiBu updates) I finally just uninstalled TiBu, and reinstalled it from the market. I tried to make create a backup and I still got the error, "Backup failed: Insufficient free storage space." I have 24.75 GB free, so it can't be that I actually don't have enough free storage space. I don't know if they is relavent, but TiBu shows that I have 26.5 GB free on the main screen.

    Someone please help. I'm thinking of emailing the dev.
    08-17-2012 09:40 AM
  23. InclusionInnovates's Avatar
    Everything worked fine in flashing over to CM10 Verizon Galaxy Nexus. Minor - very minor - points:

    * Step 8: Launch TiBu and do Batch > Restore missing apps with data:

    I was asked, and did restores the phone ID and the phone rebooted and I re-launch Titanium to complete the step

    * Step 9: Now run through that last step again... This time after hitting Deselect all, hit App only. Now you can select the apps you are going to restore without data.

    It was easy to tell apps I had not restored where the only ones that appeared

    * Step 9b: Afterwards you can do a Menu > Restore data from XML and restore any the call logs and SMS data we backed up earlier as well.

    Got confused here because I was directed to the File Expert application, so I was not, or did not restore SMS data. I need to figure this out.

    *Step 10. Reboot. Go to Settings > Accounts > Add your Google account and set up your phone again. You can take it from here

    Very smooth ... I went to the Google Play Store to initiate Goog account set up
    08-18-2012 05:56 PM
  24. AppleBonker's Avatar
    The file manager was launched for you to find the XML file to restore SMS data from. Browse to the location of the file and select it.
    08-18-2012 06:12 PM
  25. InclusionInnovates's Avatar
    The file manager was launched for you to find the XML file to restore SMS data from. Browse to the location of the file and select it.
    Well, of course, this worked ....

    You are a co-dependent in Flashing Addiction
    08-18-2012 08:28 PM
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