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Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by markmicallef, Feb 24, 2010.
I'm down to 82m after google earth
111. but my "sweeterhome" seems to grow everyday without editing lol
when i was rooted with SM i had 85mb, it was unstable and crushing often so went back to stock and currently i have 170mb
217 megs or 83% free....
Is it clear that I'm talking about disk space and not RAM?
From some answers, some might not have many apps installed.
I have 70.73 MB left. I have a lot of apps installed. The next generation of the Droid better have way more space than what we have now for the current Droid. LOL
I'm down to 69, and thats after clearing the cache of all the apps. Is there a way to clear them all without having to go to each app individually?
I cleared my browser cache, history, ect and it freed 12 mb
I asked this question over in the hacking section, but maybe over here would be a better place to ask...kmasum maybe you can answer.
After rooting and going back to stock, i noticed that the internal memory did not go back down to what it was before i rooted. because of this i am assuming that the files/roms i installed while rooting are still on the phone somewhere. is there any way to get rid of these? other than a factory reset? i ask because its about 30-50mb being used up and thats a decent chunck of the internal memory to be taken up by nothing.
118MBs before the cleaning using CacheMate. Now its 120MBs.
Using a total of 141MBs.
155MB or or 59% avail.
edit: Just cleared my cache on everything and i'm at 169MB or 64% avail.
35.63 MB left. There's several apps I'm willing to delete.