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[Q] Insufficient storage with 432MB?

11th April 2014, 04:59 AM |#1  
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Can somene please tell me why i get this

when I have

this much storage left
11th April 2014, 08:30 AM |#2  
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Yep, this is a common issue in Android phones. This has occurred because you have installed that application before. There's an easy solution for the problem. Delete /data/app-lib/ [Folder of that application like com.facebook.orca] and all subfolders. Then install the APK again and it will work. Still not working? Reboot your device and wipe dalvik cache!
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Yep, this is a common issue in Android phones. This has occurred because you have installed that application before. There's an easy solution for the problem. Delete /data/app-lib/ [Folder of that application like com.facebook.orca] and all subfolders. Then install the APK again and it will work. Still not working? Reboot your device and wipe dalvik cache!

No, still doesnt work and when i did wipe dalvik cache i had to reinstall android and lose everything because every app crashed bedore it even started, sorry in not repkying in a while
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If it helps any i'm running android-x86
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If it helps any i'm running android-x86

put app in /data/app folder with Rw-r-r permissions..reboot...it worked for me..
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put app in /data/app folder with Rw-r-r permissions..reboot...it worked for me..

So it was alredy rw but that gave me an idea to download the apk here and copied it to /data/app and that installed it somehow
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