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Default Question about Galaxy S3 updating.

Hey guys,
I just wanted to know one thing about Android official updating. When i update Android e.g. from ICS 4.0.4 to Jelly Bean 4.3(Jelly Bean 4.3 update for Samsung S3 GT-i9300 is about 950MB) does that lower my current storage(by current storage i mean storage that i have on ICS) permanently by those 950MB that JB comes with?
I mean if it lowers my storage like that, after a few updates i wont even have free space for anything else.
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(1) You should post in Q&A section
(2) it's not like your old rom will stay on it, the update will overwrite old files not needed. Hence only a minor part might increase storage used, e. G. New features.

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So Jelly Bean only uses 950MB of my storage ? Woww thats cool
Oh and sorry about posting here, im new on this xda forums
Thanks for answering

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