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  1. pancho32392

    pancho32392 Android Enthusiast
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    On the HTC site its said it have 4gb internal storage on the HTC evo v 4g but my phone only have 1gb? I have the one the with sprint logo on the top right corner do I have a defected phone or what
     



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  4. coco3133

    coco3133 Android Enthusiast

    No they made mistake, the Evo V has 1 GB

    But there are Evo 3Ds that do have 1,2, and 4 GB I believe
     
  5. agentc13

    agentc13 Daleks Über Alles

    That also includes the storage for the OS, not just the app storage. So it's is 4GB but you really have 1 available.
     
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  6. koopakid08

    koopakid08 Android Expert

    There is 4GB of storage but only 1 is free for installing apps, the rest is taken by android, sense, system apps, cache and dalvik cache etc
     
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  7. KyngTech

    KyngTech Member

    It has 4GB of space. But we are only available to 1, the other 3 are for HTC updates and things like that. So we only have 1 unoccupied gigaByte while the other 3 are reserved for special (HTC) use
     
  8. phw8558

    phw8558 Android Expert

    I recall reading on a forum (perhaps devils toast) that because the sense ui is gone for aosp there is more space that could be potentially accessed. Someone was going to look into it, not sure what the outcome was. .
     
  9. koopakid08

    koopakid08 Android Expert

    You would have to redo partitions, change permissions etc. It would break the ability to flash other roms. It's really not worth it when you can just pop in a bigger sd card.

    You really don't want to screw with the partitions, very easy way to brick your phone.
     
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