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It seems as in my internal storage is full. But I know I have at least 10 gigs Free. I have searched and googled. I have clean installed, factory reset, cleared cache, fixed permissions. Only thing I haven't done is odin back to stock, which I am trying to avoid consIdeRing my pc is out of commission. Can someone please help or point me in the right direction?

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Have you tried clearing the log data? It sometimes takes up lot of space on your phone.
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It seems as in my internal storage is full. But I know I have at least 10 gigs Free. I have searched and googled. I have clean installed, factory reset, cleared cache, fixed permissions. Only thing I haven't done is odin back to stock, which I am trying to avoid consIdeRing my pc is out of commission. Can someone please help or point me in the right direction?

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It seems as in my internal storage is full. But I know I have at least 10 gigs Free. I have searched and googled. I have clean installed, factory reset, cleared cache, fixed permissions. Only thing I haven't done is odin back to stock, which I am trying to avoid consIdeRing my pc is out of commission. Can someone please help or point me in the right direction?

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Are you using ClockworkMod Recovery?

If so it's your ROM backups.
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I am using clockwork mod recovery.

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The log files are located where exactly?

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Sorry for so many posts but I wanted to show y'all what I mean.

The information doesn't match. I have space avAilable, but the phone doesn't seem to think so.

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It is your rom backups. Go into rom manager and you will see your backups there. They are hidden when you check in the storage menu

Sent from your phone. You should be more careful where you leave that thing.
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I'm sorry it can't be the log data. Have you tried installing another ROM? Maybe another cm version. Or you can try what skipjacks said. OR if you backed up anything using your clockworkmod recovery, you can go back to recovery and choose backup, then delete any unnecessary backups you may have. But mostly I'm thinking its a ROM issue because this has happened to me when I flashed certain Roms. Keep us updated

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