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    Question Motorola Droid not using memory card for storage

    Ok I have a stock Motorola droid that is now telling me that my internal storage space is low. Under settings SD memory card it tells me that my total space is 14.90GB and available space is 14.17GB Internal phone storage is 28.42MB available. With 14.17GB of available space on my SD Card why am I receiving low space notifications???
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    Do What???

    Quote Originally Posted by titans View Post
    Because your can't store apps on your SD card.
    You can't store apps on your memory card? So what is the memory card used for, or what is stored on the memory card?
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    pics, music, downloads, videos, etc.

    seriously if your internal memory is full, you need to do some cleaning
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    ok

    Quote Originally Posted by gonnadie4thegov View Post
    pics, music, downloads, videos, etc.

    seriously if your internal memory is full, you need to do some cleaning
    I understand what you said about the cleaning of the apps. I'm just shocked that you can't put apps on the memory card. I thought the whole purpose of memory and increasing storage space was for anything that was on your phone. So Applications go on internal memory and music,videos,etc go on the SD Card. Do text messages go on the card as well. I also have a HTC Eris and it seems I went through the same problem.

    Thank you

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    Apps on the sd card is coming soon so the rumors tell........
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    Yeah its already implemented in android 2.2.

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    good

    Quote Originally Posted by jlaidlaw View Post
    Yeah its already implemented in android 2.2.

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    Thats cool....

    Maybe it never occurred to designers that someone would rather have a bunch of apps instead of a bunch of pictures and music...It just didn't make sense to me.....So now I have had to go remove several apps I like because my internal memory is low, but I got 14Gig if I want to put a yrs worth of photos on there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulc35 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jlaidlaw View Post
    Yeah its already implemented in android 2.2.

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    Thats cool....

    Maybe it never occurred to designers that someone would rather have a bunch of apps instead of a bunch of pictures and music...It just didn't make sense to me.....So now I have had to go remove several apps I like because my internal memory is low, but I got 14Gig if I want to put a yrs worth of photos on there.
    They haven't implemented apps2sd because of piracy. It will be implemented in Froyo, but the app developer has to give permission.
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    install titanium (if rooted) and move app to sd.
    any widget driven app needs to stay on internal, most can be on sd card.
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