July 12th, 2011, 10:58 AM
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Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Bethlehem, PA
Device(s): Nexus One
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What is using up my memory?
I have recently (the past month or so) had to delete many of my programs because I kept getting "Low on space" messages and not getting text messages.
I have been using App2SD for close to 6 months and the only app listed in the Movable tab is NewsRob weighing in at 28KB. I totaled up the memory listed for all the apps in the Phone Only tab and it comes to 32.17MB.
I've rebooted, which brought me from 12MB to 18.3 MB free.
App2SD says there is only 4KB of cache to clear, so I didn't bother to clear it.
The app DiskUsage shows a different picture.
Data: 196.2 MiB
Applications: 166.5; System Data: 11.4; Free Space: 18.3
Now, listed next to Applications right at the top is Plants Vs Zombie 15.5 MiB... but that is supposed to be on my SD card...
So I turned the filter... Select Apps... On Phone.
Now the graph shows:
Data: 196.2 MiB
Applications: 58.5; System Data: 119.5 MB; Free Space: 18.3
Assuming the filter is supposed to be on, App data is now at 58.5MB and that means there is 119.5MB of system data? How do I see what this "system data" is and exactly what my app data usage really is (58.5 or 32.2)?
Android version 2.3.4
I don't want to miss emails or texts so I uninstalled a few more. App2SD now lists in Phone Only:
Appstore (Amazon) 2.93MB
Alarm Clock Plus 2.41MB
Smooth Calendar 292KB
and 32 programs ranging from 12KB to 172KB
Last edited by Saxywolf; July 12th, 2011 at 04:09 PM.
Reason: Just getting ridiculous how few apps I can fit...