December 25th, 2012, 01:11 AM
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Android 4. ice cream sandwich partition issues?
So I hooked up a brand new android media player, love it.
I thought something was wrong with my 8 gig sd card, cause it only showed a 2 gb sd card.
As it turns out, the internal memory seems to be divided into an internal memory, and a built in sd card memory.
This means that I ran out of memory for programs, and you can't move any programs onto a real sd card, because it only tries to move them to the internal 2 gb sd card.
Is there a way to disable the internal 2 gb virtual sd card, so I can just use my actual 8 gb sd card?
What exacly is the point of all this?