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Old December 3rd, 2012, 10:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Internal memory filling up with something besides app storage...

The internal memory is about 75% full, and I have moved all apps to the storage card as well as kept my text message limits low. What else can be accumulating on the internal memory, and how can I find this out?

I am wondering specifically if it could be pictures. How can I verify that my pics are saved to the external storage card if I am using the build-in camera software?

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Install SD Maid to cleanup files that may be taken up storage. Pictures taken with the phone by default are stored on the sdcard in a folder called pictures. You can use a file browser such as Astro, ES, or Root Explorer to see the files stored on the SD card.
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