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    I have a Moto G 2nd generation, Androd version 6.0.
    I have a SD card which currently is about 50% full. I was running out of space on the internal storage, so I went to Settings-Storage-internal and selected Migrate data. It told me that about 3.5 GB of data would be freed, and I had that much available space on the SD card.
    Process started, but after some time got a message that there is not enough space and the migration was not successful. But the real problem is that after that operation my internal storage was left completely full, obviously with some kind of temp files created during migration attempt, which now I cannot see nor clear. It says that 5.3 out of 5.5 gb are used, but the apps total to only 2.6 gb.
    I have removed couple of apps to free some space and retry the migration, but with the same effect. I tried also to install a relatively large app (Total Commander, so that I try to find that hidden big chunk of data), but it only filled my internal storage without installing the app.

    For what is worth, my SD card seems to be working fine - I can access the media and the apps that I have stored on it.
    03-14-2017 05:35 AM
  2. Harikrishna Kundariya's Avatar
    Go to Playstore and Download "ES File explorer" Application.
    Open it and there is an option to clear all cache and temporary files, which don't show in another file manager.
    Just clear it and your lot of phone memory will free.
    Do it 2 to 3 times.
    Good Luck.
    03-14-2017 09:20 AM
  3. greenrhyno's Avatar
    07-18-2017 04:22 PM

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