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By Rhino12, Junior Member on 25th October 2014, 11:27 PM
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Okay I know the Galaxy Nexus should have 32GB of internal storage.
So I was installing a new ROM to try it out and decided to clean the phone out and start fresh. So I pulled everything off the phone to my PC. Then flashed the ROM, minimal G-Apps, and the kernel. Then I look at the file manager and I have 5.04 GB free of 28.1 GB. What gives?
I wiped all the caches, prior and there was nothing other than the zip and TWRP on the phone. Is there something else that I should be doing, like formatting the internal memory prior to flashing or something?
 
 
26th October 2014, 10:48 AM |#2  
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Did you come from a 4.1.2 ROM? Sometimes they make an admitting extra folder in emulated.

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Did you come from a 4.1.2 ROM? Sometimes they make an admitting extra folder in emulated.

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Yes, I came from the old 4.1.2 but that was about 7-8 ROM loads ago. I do have a "Legacy" folder in the "emulated" folder. Any ideas on how to re-flash to get rid of these remnants?
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