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Old March 19th, 2012, 08:25 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I am experiencing an "Insufficient storage available" error message whenever attempting to install some apps from the Market.

This issue is really frustrating, especially as I have just recently rooted/flashed my HTC Desire GSM from stock, all because I was running out of memory, and hence kept having to uninstall multiple apps' updates!

I've uninstalled the Market app updates, and have just tried to install Adobe Flash Player from the Market (4.48Mb) whilst having Internal Storage of 11Mb available (after emptying my Dalvik cache).

What is going on? How can I resolve this!?!

{HTC Desire GSM / Revolution 3D Data++ v1.5 (Android 2.3.5 with Sense 3.0)}

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Old March 19th, 2012, 08:57 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Does revolution 3D use a2sd+?
Have you partitioned your SD card?
Have you installed the Data++ hboot?
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Old March 19th, 2012, 09:27 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Does revolution 3D use a2sd+?
Have you partitioned your SD card?
Have you installed the Data++ hboot?
I had selection of two ROM options from Revolution site : A2SD+ or data++. I chose data++, as I had already used alpharev S-OFF procedure. I created a 1050Mb partition on my SD card prior to applying the ROM. Sorry, the whole hboot aspect is quite a confusing area for me, as well as the scariest aspect of hacking my handset.
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Old March 19th, 2012, 10:37 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I had selection of two ROM options from Revolution site : A2SD+ or data++. I chose data++, as I had already used alpharev S-OFF procedure. I created a 1050Mb partition on my SD card prior to applying the ROM. Sorry, the whole hboot aspect is quite a confusing area for me, as well as the scariest aspect of hacking my handset.
Ok so use the a2sd+ version and it will use your SD partition.

Or, flash an alternative HBOOT (Data++) but currently you are saving no space.
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One of two available ROMS... and I pick the wrong one!

Have now applied A2SD flavour and now have a whole load of space

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I am experiencing an "Insufficient storage available" error message whenever attempting to install some apps from the Market.

This issue is really frustrating, especially as I have just recently rooted/flashed my HTC Desire GSM from stock, all because I was running out of memory, and hence kept having to uninstall multiple apps' updates!

I've uninstalled the Market app updates, and have just tried to install Adobe Flash Player from the Market (4.48Mb) whilst having Internal Storage of 11Mb available (after emptying my Dalvik cache).

What is going on? How can I resolve this!?!

{HTC Desire GSM / Revolution 3D Data++ v1.5 (Android 2.3.5 with Sense 3.0)}

The issue is google. Your andriod device is programmed for market. All the coding is arranged for market in the source code. Now that google created google play and forced you to add it your device it is running under the old version and source code (program), but there is not a new source code to fix this issue until it is released. Therefore, you may end up finding yourself paying again for games you previous purchased or even three times. I haveno clue when or how to fix this issue, because google is staying quiet about it to the public. Anyhow, best advice I can tell you is to take it to your Service Provider if you have one and see if they have the fix or else return it.
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Old April 13th, 2012, 01:17 AM   #7 (permalink)
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The issue is google. Your andriod device is programmed for market. All the coding is arranged for market in the source code. Now that google created google play and forced you to add it your device it is running under the old version and source code (program), but there is not a new source code to fix this issue until it is released. Therefore, you may end up finding yourself paying again for games you previous purchased or even three times. I haveno clue when or how to fix this issue, because google is staying quiet about it to the public. Anyhow, best advice I can tell you is to take it to your Service Provider if you have one and see if they have the fix or else return it.
wrong thread. This is a run out of space issue, caused by flashing the wrong Rom version
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wrong thread. This is a run out of space issue, caused by flashing the wrong Rom version
Actually, This thread is for "insuffecient storage". And I find it humorous that you are trying to change the subject. He never mentioned he flashed his device.
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Old April 17th, 2012, 01:31 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Actually, This thread is for "insuffecient storage". And I find it humorous that you are trying to change the subject. He never mentioned he flashed his device.
Glad you find it funny.

1) read the first post, paragraph 2. Here, let me help...


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This issue is really frustrating, especially as I have just recently rooted/flashed my HTC Desire
2) He also mentions something about it in almost every post.

My 2 years of experience here and the fact that I resolved the issue tells me you haven't read any of the posts, so please, before you post irrelevant information, read the thread you are posting in.

If someone points out that this is the wrong information, BEFORE being cheeky, again READ THE THREAD!

Your information is irrelevant in this thread as it has nothing to do with the symptoms, the root cause or the resolution. The issue had been resolved before you posted
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Old April 17th, 2012, 10:42 AM   #10 (permalink)
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Old April 17th, 2012, 11:11 AM   #11 (permalink)
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It's not that. It's one thing not reading the thread and posting an incorrect root cause. This must always be pointed out so other people reading the thread do not get confused or mis directed.

It's yet another once having it being pointed out, to still not read the thread and try to get a bit of one-up-manship.

Misguided.
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that's half the trouble on here, very few ever read.
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Indeed. Anyway, lets leave it at that. It's not my intention to cause trouble.

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Ok so use the a2sd+ version and it will use your SD partition.

Or, flash an alternative HBOOT (Data++) but currently you are saving no space.
Hello Dear!
everything fine but how could we understand all these? i have the same problem but still donīt know how to fix it, in other words, most of us need a clear description (step by step) hense we donīt understand a programer language!
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A2sd is a script, HBOOT is a partition layout
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everything fine but how could we understand all these? i have the same problem but still donīt know how to fix it, in other words, most of us need a clear description (step by step) hense we donīt understand a programer language!
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Its nothing to do with "Programmer language". Read the "Root Memory FAQ" in the "All things root guide" Sticky thread. All will be explained.
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As usual, threads on issues like these end in a pile of dung.
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How so? This thread answers all the questions posed in it. In fact that usually is the case
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