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Droid X memory configuration

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by Se7enLC, Aug 3, 2010.

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    Can somebody with a Droid X tell me how the storage is configured on a Droid X?

    On the Droid, we have 512MB, broken up as follows:
    140MB /system
    260MB /data
    92MB /cache

    and an SD card

    You Droid X holders are lucky enough to have 8GB internal. Would somebody mind running "df -h" to get a listing of which partitions have what space?
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    How do I do that?
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    Install a terminal emulator (Android Terminal Emulator in the market I think is a good one), then type this:
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    df -h
    
    I think that should work. If not, try it without the -h. You may need to have busybox installed, I'm not sure.
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