Tuesday, October 27, 2015

5 Simple Ways to Free Up Space On Android

Besides giving the fun of playing games, your Android smartphone and tablet can lend you much of stuff. These include enjoying music, movies, checking your mails, messages, instant chatting, voice chats, etc. You have a long list of stuff to be done with these devices. However, the more fun you have you need more apps to download, which eventually hamper the storage of your device. Once you find your device overloaded, you are more likely to face problems in the form of hanging up the device and speed. But don’t worry, you have enough opportunities to get rid of these problems and continue using your Android based devices with ease. Let’s check the 5 simple ways and methods to free up your space on your android devices.

1.    Uninstall All the Unused Applications

People often have apps, which remain unused for long and thus occupy space for no reason on your Android smartphone/tablet. Make sure you uninstall them all, which will help in making your space free to boost up your device performance. All you need to do is to check the Settings followed by going to the Applications manager and uninstall all the unused apps.

2.    Clear All the App Cache

The next step is to clean the app cache on your smartphone/tablet. By clearing up the cache, you can get rid of all the temporary files and thus get enough space. All you need to do is to visit the Settings section and check the Applications manager, here you get to see the apps, which consume most of the spaces, and now just tap over the option ‘Clear cache’. Also, you can even download a tool for cache cleaner, which will help you to get rid of the junk files once for all. 

3.    Upload all your Images over the Online destination

The images do consume loads of your phone/tab’s space. In order to store them all, you can think of using a cloud based services like Google+ Photos wherein the pictures can automatically get the backup all your images over the cloud. In order to enable the cloud sync, all you need to do is to go to Menu then to Photos and finally to Auto-Backup. All your uploaded images can be easily viewed over your desktop, while the other Android devices can be easily connected to your Google account.

4.    Delete all the Unnecessary Files and Folders

Many people have the habit of leaving and downloading the files over their gadgets after using the same. All these files are seen consuming loads of space, which makes your device becomes easily unavailable for all your next downloads. When you choose to delete these unnecessary data on a regular basis you choose to make your device free with space. In such cases, better try an application - DiskUsage, which locates such files and directories while storing over the card that consume loads of space. Here you get to see all the information graphically, which in turn make things simple to view all the files or content consuming most of the space. 

5.    Move the Apps and Media Files over the SD Card

Moving a majority of apps and media files over the SD card can help in making your phone’s internal storage effective, however, at the same time it will also increase the performance of your device. in order to move all the supported apps to sd card, you can try the app called AppMgr III. It is available for free, which do not need the roots access on your phone. Just install this application on your smartphone/tab to go safe. Though the most of the apps would easily shift to SD card but others would need to stay in the phone as well, so allow them to be there only. 


  1. my androin internal memory is just 80MB... how increase this

  2. admin how can root my old google nexus mobile.. please rply

  3. Thank you for sharing very useful information.



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