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Old July 12th, 2012, 03:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Exclamation [Problem] The amazing spiderman game says no enough space while there is free 3 GB

well , I just got the amazing spiderman game but when i try to install the data it says " no enough space on your memory card you need to remove 0 mb " and i have 3 gb of free space on my memory card !
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same problem here!
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Old July 12th, 2012, 08:21 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Maybe you need to format the memory cards? Transfer all the files on the cards to computer (via USB or reader), format the card, see if game runs. Then transfer all the original files back.
If game still won't run - either contact dev or post again.
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I get that problem sometimes. What this mean is … the device internal or sd card storage don't have enough space available for such a large file.

One of two things that can be done that might be able to fix the problem. (1) Follow the steps above. (2) Uninstall most of the applications with large files. You should be able to install the game once the space is available.
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I get that problem sometimes. What this mean is the device internal or sd card storage don't have enough space available for such a large file.

One of two things that can be done that might be able to fix the problem. (1) Follow the steps above. (2) Uninstall most of the applications with large files. You should be able to install the game once the space is available.
I already got free space i got 3 gb of free space but it still give the same message :/
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same problem here i have formatted the card via pc, but the same message you dont have enough space clear 0 mb

how can you clear 0mb, my phones got nothing on it as i'v just had it back from sony repair and just stuck a 32gb sd in.
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I already got free space i got 3 gb of free space but it still give the same message :/
It's not enough space available for the game you are trying to install. Even though you might see the amount of space available (3gb), to installed the game needs much more than that. You should see the amount of needed space when you try to install the game. You either need to uninstall files to get the available space, or get a larger sd card. It's just that simple.
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same problem here i have formatted the card via pc, but the same message you dont have enough space clear 0 mb

how can you clear 0mb, my phones got nothing on it as i'v just had it back from sony repair and just stuck a 32gb sd in.
If you are having problems installing an application, reset the device and clear everything saved on the sd card. However, before doing so - if you have any pics, music, videos, etc on the sd card...make sure to save them to your pc first.
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Hi, thanks for you're reply, i have tried what you said reset factory settings and deleted sd card but the same problem persists, i'm not sure whether the files have to be on the phone but as you know the space is very limited internal memory but it seems like it don't recognise that i have 32gb sd

its the only game that does this, all the rest i haven't had problems with in the past
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Perhaps there's a problem with the game itself. MAybe you can contact them and if they can't help you, ask for your money back =)
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I'll definitely buy this game and see how it goes on my phone. Unfortunately, I'm not using an Android device at this time, but will do so as soon as my replacement arrives.

Will report back asap!
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I wonder if the error message to free up card space could be poorly worded and in reality, its a lack of necessary space at data/data. Just a wild guess.
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Incase anybody is still curious about this issue, I solved mine by moving the SD data folder. To a alternate location i.e SD/Gameloft. I then proceeded to install the game without the no space error. Then moved the SD data back to it's desired location SD/Gameloft/Games.

Working for me

Quite laggy on the SIII though.
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