1. AC Question's Avatar
    I read a lot of forums and seems like I have to delete a folder I can only access after rooting my phone but I dont know how to do it. Samsung Galaxy Note 1 N-7000
    11-04-2014 04:31 PM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    No, you have to delete apps you have installed to install other apps. There's a fixed amount of space - that's how much you can put into the phone. You don't put 40 ounces of milk into a quart bottle any way - it just doesn't fit. The same with your phone - you have 16GB or 32GB of ROM, some of which is used for things other than apps (like Android). That's how much you can put in there.

    If you use an app backup app (like Helium) you can uninstall apps you don't use often (after backing the app and the data up) and have that space for apps you do use often.

    You could try Low on Space? Dump logcat, but if you don't have a logcat file (it's usually generated if you're debugging something) it won't gain you any space.

    Deleting folders without knowing what they are and what they're for can lead to the phone becoming a box of useless parts.
    11-04-2014 04:53 PM
  3. joekikas's Avatar
    hey i wonder if you are referring to the same issue i'm having. In my case, my system memory that i have used up does not match to what i am actually using. example, i have a 32gb galaxy note 3. i have approximately 6 gigs of apps and another 6 gb of miscellaneous files including the required gb to run the software. the rest are just mb worth. my isssue is that i am missing about 16gb that do not show up!!
    11-08-2015 12:47 PM

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