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Support San Francisco: How and where do I find out about the storage available

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Androidist, Dec 15, 2010.

  1. Androidist

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    I have now had messages popping up telling me that my storage is almost full. Not being able to run apps from the SD card, where on the phone can I find out about the total space available/used up/and free as I will obviously have to be careful how many apps I should keep on the phone up and running. TIA
     

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  2. master_yoda

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    Menu>Settings>SD card, USB Mass Storage & phone storage

    Look down for internal phone storage > Available space

    As new you should have 150MB


    Cheers
     
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  3. Androidist

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    Cheers, Master :)

    Available space | 24.28MB :mad:

    I obviously have a quite a few/too many apps running and will have to shut the odd one down. They are all backed up on the SD card.

    Time to root, and put on Froyo, methinks. A big step though :eek:

    Thanks again :)
     
  4. Eris Ed

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    I get this...

    Menu > Settings > SD Card > Internal Storage Available = 159mb

    Internal Memory Widget (from the Market) = Used 49mb out of 208mb (leaving 159mb)

    How come I have 208mb storage? I flashed BladeVillain as soon as I got the phone so I don't know what it was before I changed the ROM.
     
  5. BurnCK

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    Probably because you've now removed all the Orange bloatware :)
     
  6. Eris Ed

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    You could be right, never could see the point of an operator installing inferior versions of apps that are already available for free from the Market...
     
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