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[Q] Internal memory full

22nd March 2011, 09:14 AM |#1  
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Hello everyone.
I'm running Oxygen 2.0.1 with A2SD enabled.
My internal memeory seems to be almost completely full though i have nothing installed in it.
I cleared the cache a look through almost all my apps, but i really can't figure out why i have no space left.
Usually i have more than 100MB free space even with many more applications installed, so something must be using all my internal mem.

Do i have to clean my internal memory each time i flash a new ROM or something like that?
 
 
22nd March 2011, 11:34 AM |#2  
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When you flash a new rom you do a factory reset and clear dalvik cache. As for your memory being almost full, depending on how the a2sd script works and what it puts onto the SD card, data can still install to internal memory. Like the dalvik cache. If you can, use a file manager to see what is using memory.

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22nd March 2011, 01:42 PM |#3  
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could you please tell me how i use a file manager to check what's using my memory?


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22nd March 2011, 02:26 PM |#4  
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Use root explorer. It will show the space available on each nand partition.
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Use root explorer. It will show the space available on each nand partition.

Okay thank you all guys.
I bought root explorer and look around a bit, and ofcause i came across the dalvik-cache.
The Dalvik-cache is nothing less than 85mb, which is pretty huge right?
is there any way i can shrink the case/is it possible that the cache contains information from my old rom, which does nothing else than using the space?
22nd March 2011, 04:38 PM |#6  
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You could wipe it through recovery then reboot and see what it looks like then..

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22nd March 2011, 04:43 PM |#7  
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Yea thank you.
That's probably what i'm gonna do
17th February 2013, 04:55 PM |#8  
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Info 2 Acer has a fix for the memory issue
DOWNLOAD FOR FIX
This isthe download for the gps files filling the memory on your tablet.
Simple directions.
17th February 2013, 05:56 PM |#9  
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Re: [Q] Internal memory full
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DOWNLOAD FOR FIX
This isthe download for the gps files filling the memory on your tablet.
Simple directions.

Cool, only 2 years late..

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17th February 2013, 09:11 PM |#10  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by igwtapc

DOWNLOAD FOR FIX
This isthe download for the gps files filling the memory on your tablet.
Simple directions.

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