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Every time I reboot I get this. Can somebody explain what's the cause? I've got plenty of empty apace available. Also it didn't use to happen until today.
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Try moving apps in the internal memory to the "external" memoryusing Apps2SD. Had similar issue when internal storage drops under 100MB IIRC.
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You can try flashing latest 4.1.2 nightly-20122012. Runs better than stable for me.
 
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You can try flashing nightly from 20122012. Runs better than stable for me.
That too, that's what I run, but it shouldn't be related.
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Try moving apps in the internal memory to the "external" memoryusing Apps2SD. Had similar issue when internal storage drops under 100MB IIRC.
But I've got over 400 MBs free in internal storage.

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But I've got over 400 MBs free in internal storage.

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Can't say then. Weird one.
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Can't say then. Weird one.
Like I said, it didn't use to happen until yesterday. I used to get it on my previous installation of CM10, and this was my main reason for a re-install. It causes no I'll effect but it is really annoying.

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Well, it seems like your advice worked. Now I don't get that error anymore, and I've got 500 MB free.

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Well, it seems like your advice worked. Now I don't get that error anymore, and I've got 500 MB free.

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Haha good to know. I don't think it's THAT related to the space left though, but rather to what Android believes for some reason. Maybe some fragments of other apps, I don't know, but even 100MB is a strange time for that stuff to happen.
When that happened, I even had trouble updating apps from the Play Store.
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Haha good to know. I don't think it's THAT related to the space left though, but rather to what Android believes for some reason. Maybe some fragments of other apps, I don't know, but even 100MB is a strange time for that stuff to happen.
When that happened, I even had trouble updating apps from the Play Store.
Yeah, but I didn't got that problem. However, I don't recall having this issue on other ROMs or CM9. Silly CM10 is silly.

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Yeah, but I didn't got that problem. However, I don't recall having this issue on other ROMs or CM9. Silly CM10 is silly.

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Can't recall that happening in CM9 either, but it's been a long time so I couldn't say for sure.
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Older device: Nexus S i9020A

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