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I have just flashed the new CM Nightly Kit Kat on my rooted Razr M. Build # is: cm_xt907 userdebug 4.4.2 KOT 49H 6d188fd4d6 test -keys
Kernel is: 3.0.101-g5bd85a2. I was running an older CM Nightly version that was working well.

The problem I'm having now is an "insufficient storage" message when I try to download & install Google play store apps. When I check my internal memory, I see that I still have almost 500 mb. I cannot move apps from the internal storage to my SD card so what could be the problem all of the sudden?

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I have just flashed the new CM Nightly Kit Kat on my rooted Razr M. Build # is: cm_xt907 userdebug 4.4.2 KOT 49H 6d188fd4d6 test -keys
Kernel is: 3.0.101-g5bd85a2. I was running an older CM Nightly version that was working well.

The problem I'm having now is an "insufficient storage" message when I try to download & install Google play store apps. When I check my internal memory, I see that I still have almost 500 mb. I cannot move apps from the internal storage to my SD card so what could be the problem all of the sudden?

Any feedback would be appreciated!
Did you "dirty flash" or "clean flash"? Anyway, I would just start over.

+Factory Reset
+Wipe everything except SDcard
+Format data
+Reboot Recovery
+Flash
___ROM
___GAPPS
+Reboot
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Did you "dirty flash" or "clean flash"? Anyway, I would just start over.

+Factory Reset
+Wipe everything except SDcard
+Format data
+Reboot Recovery
+Flash
___ROM
___GAPPS
+Reboot
By clean flash I take it to mean that I did do a wipe/factory reset, wiped cache, wiped dalvik cache...anyway...that's what I did before I flashed the new ROM.
 
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By clean flash I take it to mean that I did do a wipe/factory reset, wiped cache, wiped dalvik cache...anyway...that's what I did before I flashed the new ROM.
Dirty Flash = Wipe dalvik/cache only
Clean Flash = Factory Reset


Just try what I listed above for a fresh start and see if the problem persist.
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Dirty Flash = Wipe dalvik/cache only
Clean Flash = Factory Reset


Just try what I listed above for a fresh start and see if the problem persist.
I will try that & report back with results.
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I will try that & report back with results.
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I had the same results: Insufficient space on my internal memory. In desperation, I went back in to Clockwork recovery and re flashed my back up ROM.

Thanks for your help & suggestions, though!
 
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I'm using the latest version 0407 and I do not have any issues other than the backlight issue. I'm using Lux Dash which seems to help with the light dimming. Otherwise no issues.

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