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[Q] Sony xperia Ghost internal space

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12th February 2014, 09:51 PM   |  #1  
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I DONT HAVE APPS INSTALLED IN INTERNAL MEMORY
4,8gb/5.3 GB USED
HOW?


SYSTEM FOLDER 1,8GB/1GB USED. (where the 800MB left? its on internal memory? how i delete?)
Cache 0 mb used





HOw i fix this?
12th February 2014, 10:31 PM   |  #2  
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I DONT HAVE APPS INSTALLED IN INTERNAL MEMORY
4,8gb/5.3 GB USED
HOW?


SYSTEM FOLDER 1,8GB/1GB USED. (where the 800MB left? its on internal memory? how i delete?)
Cache 0 mb used





HOw i fix this?

Look what's in the folder /data/app
12th February 2014, 10:38 PM   |  #3  
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Look what's in the folder /data/app

5MB TOTAL in /data/app
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13th February 2014, 08:00 AM   |  #4  
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I DONT HAVE APPS INSTALLED IN INTERNAL MEMORY
4,8gb/5.3 GB USED
HOW?


SYSTEM FOLDER 1,8GB/1GB USED. (where the 800MB left? its on internal memory? how i delete?)
Cache 0 mb used





HOw i fix this?

FACTORY RESET SHOULD FIX THAT. POSSIBLY THE MOUNT POINT CHANGE MADE THE PREVIOUSLY INSTALLED APP EXIST, BUT UNSEEN.
OR IF YOUR MIND IS AS STRONG AS YOUR CAPS LOCK, TRY MOVING YOUR PREVIOUS ROM'S INTERNAL TO THE CURRENT ROM'S MOUNT POINT.

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13th February 2014, 08:05 AM   |  #5  
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hAVE YOU DONE ANY CWM BACKUPS? I HAD A SIMILAR PROBLEM WITH IT, ALL MY BACKUPS WENT TO SOME WEIRD FOLDER IN .../STORAGE/ INSTEAD OF THE SDCARD, THEY TOOK A LOT OF SPACE AND WERE HARD TO FIND
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hAVE YOU DONE ANY CWM BACKUPS? I HAD A SIMILAR PROBLEM WITH IT, ALL MY BACKUPS WENT TO SOME WEIRD FOLDER IN .../STORAGE/ INSTEAD OF THE SDCARD, THEY TOOK A LOT OF SPACE AND WERE HARD TO FIND

I second that. had this happen to me.
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I've had something similar, but for me it was incomplete downloads being cached in the the internal storage - a few roms, an attempted firmware download and there was 1.5GB of stuff that I couldn't immediately locate.

One of my favourite utility apps is called Disk Usage - this gives you a visual representation of what is taking up space on your SD cards (so bigger files/folders are large on the screen), I forget the exact name of the folder but thanks to this app I could quickly work out what was taking up so much space.

And some versions of CWM do seem to hide the back up somewhere not obvious - my average back ups are betwen 1.5 and 2GB so one or two of these will eat up most of your internal storage.

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