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    Brainstorming, what i mean in depth is it conceivable to go into the terminal of any device, accessing into the partition size and editing it to have more space for apps?

    small example with an emulator

    This happens when you’re testing your App on your Android Emulator. After a couple runs, the virtual device runs out of space, and you have to start deleting apps…pretty annoying.

    Increasing the storage size of your virtual device. First off, you need to know the name of the virtual device you are using. Assuming you’re running on OSX, Go to your terminal and type:

    $ [[path-to-android-sdk]]/tools/android avd

    This will show you a window with all the AVDs (Android Virtual Devices) you have configured. Find the one you’re using and write down its name.

    go back to your terminal type

    $ open -a TextEdit ~/.android/avd/[[name of your avd]].avd/config.ini

    This opens TextEdit with the AVD’s configuration file. change or add this line


    end of example.

    it was something i picked up on a site i was wondering if something like this can be done with an android phone instead of an emulator?
    06-23-2015 05:53 AM

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