1. elfish44's Avatar
    I am running JediX rom on my note 2 - Verizon carrier.

    Out of the clear blue, I am unable to download anything. I get a message saying that I am out of space, yet i have 3.9gb on internal storage and 4gb on my ext SD card. The odd thing is when I look at my storage in settings, it says there is 7gb of files in my "misc files". But when I look at the misc files the two biggest things showing are ROM Toolbox Pro -493mb and titanium backup - 350 mb. there are 100 mb of misc things, but it does not add up to 7gb. not sure what to do. Any suggestions?

    Very weird
    any help is very much appreciated

    elphish44
    10-31-2013 08:21 AM
  2. paintdrinkingpete's Avatar
    I am running JediX rom on my note 2 - Verizon carrier.

    Out of the clear blue, I am unable to download anything. I get a message saying that I am out of space, yet i have 3.9gb on internal storage and 4gb on my ext SD card. The odd thing is when I look at my storage in settings, it says there is 7gb of files in my "misc files". But when I look at the misc files the two biggest things showing are ROM Toolbox Pro -493mb and titanium backup - 350 mb. there are 100 mb of misc things, but it does not add up to 7gb. not sure what to do. Any suggestions?

    Very weird
    any help is very much appreciated

    elphish44
    1. Do you have an nandroid backups (CWM or TWRP backups) saved to internal storage that may be taking up that space?

    2. This is more advanced, but if you have Terminal Emulator installed, you can run the command "df" to see all the internal disk partitions and how much space is available each, to see if it's a system partition (rather than your personal storage partition) that's out of space.
    Golfdriver97 likes this.
    10-31-2013 09:03 AM
  3. Golfdriver97's Avatar
    It may even be a glitch in the ROM itself.
    10-31-2013 09:07 AM
  4. kentrol72's Avatar
    When was the last time you deleted your text messages?

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    Golfdriver97 likes this.
    11-01-2013 03:41 PM
  5. phillthedrill's Avatar
    I am running JediX rom on my note 2 - Verizon carrier.

    Out of the clear blue, I am unable to download anything. I get a message saying that I am out of space, yet i have 3.9gb on internal storage and 4gb on my ext SD card. The odd thing is when I look at my storage in settings, it says there is 7gb of files in my "misc files". But when I look at the misc files the two biggest things showing are ROM Toolbox Pro -493mb and titanium backup - 350 mb. there are 100 mb of misc things, but it does not add up to 7gb. not sure what to do. Any suggestions?

    Very weird
    any help is very much appreciated

    elphish44
    How to fix Insufficient storage available error in Android

    1. Download [redacted]

    2. Place [redacted] into your SD card and install it using any file manager you prefer.

    3. Run it and then press menu key and go to Troubleshooting.

    4. Choose Remove fixes and backups and then finally reboot your device to fix this dreadful error.
    11-02-2013 04:37 PM
  6. elfish44's Avatar
    Thank you dude! It worked - and now today I have a new, potentially worse problem. I opened "ROM Manager" I wanted to backup my ROM, and possibly flash a new one. I changed the settings so the backup went to my Ext SD card, and ran it. The phone eventually re-booted with TWRP running, and is stuck there. This is what it says on the screen:

    Top:

    Team Win Recovery Project v2.5.0.1
    Simulating Actions
    11:40PM Battery 79%
    Running OpenRecoveryScript


    Then at the bottom:

    Updating partition details...
    Running boot script...

    Finished running boot script
    Simulating actions...


    Below that is a status bar spinning,
    a "home" button on the left, a return button on the right.

    It has been this way for twelve hours. I pulled the battery and tried to boot in flash mode (power,volume down, and home button) the android logo came up and it said "downloading" and never did anything. I waited over an hour, pulled battery, rebooted and TWRP came up with the same **** posted above. Suggestions?

    Thanks man,
    Fish
    12-09-2013 11:48 PM
  7. paintdrinkingpete's Avatar
    Thank you dude! It worked - and now today I have a new, potentially worse problem. I opened "ROM Manager" I wanted to backup my ROM, and possibly flash a new one. I changed the settings so the backup went to my Ext SD card, and ran it. The phone eventually re-booted with TWRP running, and is stuck there. This is what it says on the screen:

    Top:

    Team Win Recovery Project v2.5.0.1
    Simulating Actions
    11:40PM Battery 79%
    Running OpenRecoveryScript


    Then at the bottom:

    Updating partition details...
    Running boot script...

    Finished running boot script
    Simulating actions...


    Below that is a status bar spinning,
    a "home" button on the left, a return button on the right.

    It has been this way for twelve hours. I pulled the battery and tried to boot in flash mode (power,volume down, and home button) the android logo came up and it said "downloading" and never did anything. I waited over an hour, pulled battery, rebooted and TWRP came up with the same **** posted above. Suggestions?

    Thanks man,
    Fish
    ROM Manager is designed to run with CWM, not TWRP. Either way, my advice would be to simply boot into recovery directly and create the backup manually from there (in other words, leave ROM Manager out of it). You can set the backup location from there as well.
    12-10-2013 09:23 AM
  8. elfish44's Avatar
    i believe i tried that... (volume up,power,home. ... it goes directly to the page that i describe above
    12-11-2013 01:04 AM

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