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Support Low on space notification


  1. Sabresfan2630

    Sabresfan2630 Well-Known Member

    Recently I have been getting a low on space notification on my phone storage. Its at about 30mb free. Doew anybody know how I can free up space? Or how to get rid of the notification and stop it from poping up i dont have many apps on my sd card bc i heard ypu should do that with some apps. Anybody got any suggestions?

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  2. Izzard

    Izzard Well-Known Member

    move some apps to sd card.
  3. Sabresfan2630

    Sabresfan2630 Well-Known Member

    Does it matter which apps i move to the sd cards? I heard that it does
  4. Izzard

    Izzard Well-Known Member

    no, it doesn't.
    if you have option "move to SD" you are safe.
  5. OverByter

    OverByter Resident Slide Rule Guru

    Root and delete your alog files.
  6. Izzard

    Izzard Well-Known Member

    ^^^ and this.
    I just assumed nobody is using stock anymore.
  7. anonymous420

    anonymous420 Well-Known Member

    actually it does matter what apps you move some apps that have widgets wont work/wont work right if you move them to SD
  8. OverByter

    OverByter Resident Slide Rule Guru

    That's why most apps that have widgets will give you a warning dialog when you go to move them, most devs still allow the move because you might want to use just the app and not the widgets. Some other apps that I personally don't move are custom keyboards, backup apps, root apps, file managers and media players because I don't want to wait for the card to be scanned after booting before they're available for use . Just thought of something else, you can't move live wallpapers either.
  9. Sabresfan2630

    Sabresfan2630 Well-Known Member

    Where do I find these files to delete?
  10. Sabresfan2630

    Sabresfan2630 Well-Known Member

    It seems like in the past couple days my internal storage is going down even tho I am not downloading any apps. Does anybody know why this would be happening?
  11. OverByter

    OverByter Resident Slide Rule Guru

    When a phone is being developed programmers set up break points and logging to make sure that everything is working as designed. Before it's released to manufacturing the developers remove the debugger calls as they're not required anymore. The development logs were never disabled on the Triumph so you have these log files getting generated and consuming your storage space even though you haven't downloaded or installed anything. If you're not rooted the only way to get rid of them is with a factory reset, obviously this isn't attractive because of losing your files and settings, and now the bad news, this is only temporary because the logs will immediately start being generated again. If you have root then pretty much every custom rom disables the log files from being generated. The upside is that because they left this dev environment intact the phone is practically factory rooted, the Triumph is without a doubt the easiest phone that I've ever rooted. To sum up, if you're stock then factory reset or root your phone and install a custom rom.
  12. Sabresfan2630

    Sabresfan2630 Well-Known Member

    So if I am already rooted with a custom rom there are not logs to delete? What else could it be that is eating up my storage?
  13. OverByter

    OverByter Resident Slide Rule Guru

    What's your current setup?
    Also see this post and let me know if any of these files exist and their size.

    Edit : sorry, Tapatalk lost my link. Check out this thread to point you in the right direction for locating and removing the alog files : http://androidforums.com/showthread.php?p=3798144
  14. mhlsilverdale

    mhlsilverdale Well-Known Member

    Since your rooted; using either of the following apps: 1) DiskUsage or 2) "SD Maid" should allow you to find what files are taking up a large amount of space in your internal storage.
  15. MikeRL

    MikeRL Well-Known Member

    Also there are dedicated App to SD apps on the market. App2sd not only cleans the cache for apps, but shows apps with a grey X next to them that will have issues if you move them to the SD card. Search for app to SD as a generic term on the market.
  16. Sabresfan2630

    Sabresfan2630 Well-Known Member

    Ive tried everything, found no alog files on my phone, i still get this low space notification? Anybody else got any other suggestions on how to reduce internal storeage useage or to get rid of the notification on the notification bar?
  17. dsmryder

    dsmryder Well-Known Member

    I just delt with this on my daughter's tablet. First thing you need to do is find out the cause. That's what the idea of looking at your system's partitions is for. I usedStorage Analiser
    Since you are rooted, you can look at the /system and /data partitions. That's where the issue is anyway. Just look in the options section. From there report back the bigest parts.

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