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23rd February 2013, 11:12 AM   |  #1  
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So, my SD Card is a 16 gig, I'm on free gs3 v3.0, but, checking memory, I have 7.41gig of total size??? I know I'm not the best at math, and I know the advertised size it actually a hundred mbs less than said, but over half of my sd card space missing? Not to mention my rom size is somewhere around 600-800 mbs.. Anyone know where all of my memory is? Just went through all my storage and not sure

I just mean none of this adds up..

Internal memory is meant to be 16gigs, maybe a little less,
My external, is 16 gigs,

Total internal im getting is 11.96gigs
External, 7.41gigs.

Is there something major Im missing? I only have about 1 gig of data used on my external and like 2 internal.
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Re: Missing SD Card Space
Try flashing another rom (make a backup first) and see if the problem persists. You may have to reformat your sdcard if it does persist

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Originally Posted by ReapersDeath

So, my SD Card is a 16 gig, I'm on free gs3 v3.0, but, checking memory, I have 7.41gig of total size??? I know I'm not the best at math, and I know the advertised size it actually a hundred mbs less than said, but over half of my sd card space missing? Not to mention my rom size is somewhere around 600-800 mbs.. Anyone know where all of my memory is? Just went through all my storage and not sure

I just mean none of this adds up..

Internal memory is meant to be 16gigs, maybe a little less,
My external, is 16 gigs,

Total internal im getting is 11.96gigs
External, 7.41gigs.

Is there something major Im missing? I only have about 1 gig of data used on my external and like 2 internal.

Is this the stock SD card that comes with your S3? Hopefully you didn't get a fake one with less capacity. Nandroids take up a lot of SD space along with any games you might have downloaded.
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24th February 2013, 02:55 AM   |  #4  
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When I first got it, my sd card showed 16 gigs on my computer. It's not fake. And not nandroids taking space

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Have you been flashing ROMs recently? If so, which Android versions were they?

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All the same. All LJ7

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