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Old November 4th, 2012, 09:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default How to get more space to install apps in?

I have around 40 apps, where the biggest ones are 7 mb (only a few) and they are all on my sd card. I cant uninstall the apps, because I need them and have already uninstalled all my unused apps. Is there any way to get more space for apps?

Additional Info: I use Link2Sd to forcemove the apps. (I only move. I do not link)

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Its sounds like the apps are still in the phones internal storage. (Unless some of the apps have big data files.) I'd say get a bigger SD card and move the apps there.
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