By Juliet Umeh
IS your Android phone also suffering from insufficient storage error? If yes, don’t worry. You are not the only one; a lot of low budget Smartphones suffers the same fate. But the good news is that you can stop such problems with this procedure.
*Clear App Cache to free up space
Cache is probably one of the main causes of the insufficient storage available error that bedevils Android users. Usually, any Android app uses three sets of storage which includes app itself, app’s data files and the app’s cache.
So if the cache turns large in size, a huge part of the space will be occupied. To have some space, go to setting and from Applications manager option, identify the irrelevant downloaded apps with much space and delete.
*Transfer Photos/Videos from Android to Computer
Move some large files including photos, videos, audios, and others to your computer to create some space. To do this, you need a piece of third-party data transfer tool such as MiniTool Mobile Recovery to do so.
*Save Pictures & Videos to external SD Card instead of internal memory
In addition to moving pictures and videos to a computer, you fix the problem by saving your pictures or videos to an SD card. After that, change the default storage for the pictures and videos firstly remove them to the SD card.
*Uninstall Unwanted Apps
If you download many apps on your Android device and use them simultaneously, this can block cache memory on your phone, leading to Android insufficient storage.
In this case, you can choose to uninstall some unwanted apps to free up storage space.
*Move Apps from Internal Storage to SD card
Some people may not be willing to uninstall any app; alternatively, you can move some of those apps from the internal storage to your SD card. But remember, not every app can be moved to your SD card.
* You can use a Cleaning App to free up space
Sometimes some junk files occupy much Android space, causing insufficient space on the device. In this case, you can use a cleaning app such as MobileGo for Android to clean some junk files.