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Cyanogenmod 10.1.3, lack of internal Storage

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Default Cyanogenmod 10.1.3, lack of internal Storage

i installed this ROM a couple of weeks ago,
Yesterday i got an alert to say Storage Space running out so i went to have a look.
I havd a look in Settings, Storage and it says i have 1.97GB in total, with 19.9 MB Available , 648MB used for apps and 2.29MB used for Cached Data
I installed the DiskUsage app and that shows for App Storage, Data at 2015MB split into Applications 650MB and System data 1345MB

Does this mean that cyanogenmod software takes up 1345MB of my 2GB App Storage?
650MB for apps is pretty small.
Are there any hacks to get more than 650MB for app storage , I guess i can try "Move to SD" to free up some space
 
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You're a member since 2004 and you post this in the Android Development forum?

Device: Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000
ROM: Homemade OmniROM KitKat 4.4 with a few cherry-picks
Version: January 12th 2014
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About your problem, find out where the space has gone using disk usage. You can also use SD maid to clear out unneeded files.

Device: Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000
ROM: Homemade OmniROM KitKat 4.4 with a few cherry-picks
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Use root Explorer and navigate to /data partition and look for lost+found folder and delete it. Also check the log folder.
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