Forum Samsung Android Phones Samsung Galaxy S4 Samsung Galaxy S4 running out of storage space!!! Ashish Bhupal Posts 3 Posts Samsung Galaxy S4 running out of storage space!!!
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I started having the same problem with my Galaxy S4 just after the software update, but after trying the clear cache and reboot suggestion the problem remained.
I do have apps like dropbox and pandora but I cannot imagine it taking up the bulk of the 15.5GB that the phone claims I'm using. I believe this is a common issue, as I've read every post I can get my hands on, but none of the proposed solutions that I've attempted have resolved my issue.
Obviously something doesn't make sense if I have the free space on the SD card (or so it says) and I find it hard to believe that the ROM is taking up almost 11gb of internal. I have all my pictures, all my music, and whatever app i can put there on my ext 32gig sd card.
Thanks, but as I explained above, I'm unable to transfer any of my files onto the external sd card. Android Enthusiasts Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for enthusiasts and power users of the Android operating system. If necessary, I'm willing to plug my phone into my computer and use developer tools to resolve this issue.


Here are a couple images showing that the biggest gain I could get for storage would be to delete some system files (which is why I'm guessing that the problem is accumulated log files). I tagged my question Galaxy S4 because I wonder if the problem might be specific to my phone. Alternatively, installing a custom recovery (eg: CWM) and choosing to delete all backups in the Internal SD seems to have solved the problem for many users. You shouldn't need to do anything more than exploring your files, which you can do with the onboard MyFiles app or download OI File Manager. Not the answer you're looking for?Browse other questions tagged samsung-galaxy-s-4 insufficient-memory or ask your own question.
How to describe someone whose voice or way of talking creates an anxious or uncomfortable feeling in others? I've tried to google for this topic, I 've tried to delete the .odex files, used the SD Maid to clean whatever possible, moved all the apps that are possible to move to the SD card, but nothing helped. Power off and follow this: [Guide] Rebooting into Recovery Mode for the Galaxy S2, S3, and Tab2.
I am getting the "Storage space running out" error message in my notifications bar, and some applications have quit working or updating. Looking at what's taking up so much space on my phone, it does seem likely to me that the problem is my phone has lots of accumulated log files that aren't being deleted.
I've attached a few screenshots below showing how my phone is using up space, though, and I believe that they show that my real problem is that there's something my OS is doing wrong, perhaps creating a lot of log files and not deleting them to save space.
In particular, I know that the *#9900# trick only works on some phones, and I wonder if there's a different trick along the same lines for Galaxy S4s in particular. 2) If you're aware of the activity responsible for that hidden menu then you may use ADB to show that menu.


But Before that, Select & Move your Videos, Images, Files, Audios from Social Media Apps Folder.
I've deleted most of the apps,that I've been using previously with ICS without problems and my storage seems to be full all the time. This problem is not just confined to Galaxy S4, but to other phones too (Note 2, Note 3 Galaxy S3 S4 S5). Look into what exactly is taking up so much space in "Pictures, videos" and "Audio" and move some of it to the external SD card. The cached music was going to the internal memory, which caused my Applications storage to have 9.5 GB. I am happy with the functionality my phone has, even with bloatware and tied to my provider, and I don't want to take the time to root my phone for this one problem if I don't have to. Honestly, the specs on my S3 are similar to yours and I don't have this problem, so I'm just suggesting that any obvious differences are probably the culprit. However I wasn't able to find any suitable PIT file (which would say that it's for SGS2 JellyBean and that the partitions are with this or that size). If you only keep apps which can't be moved unless rooted to internal you will have more space.. Check the storage details for the device memory, it shows pictures and videos 6GB, so i transferred all media to SD Card.
Again I have checked everything and there is no file in the device memory above 1GB and it still shows me pictures and videos 6.65GB.



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