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  1. Tim Smith
    Tim Smith November 18, 2012 at 11:35 am .

    Hi, as an older & new Android user I really appreciate your lessons. I have a Dapang A75; Android 4.0 ICS 3G 5″ screen etc. Question: do you know phone or have you done a review on it. Keep up the good work – it’s invaluable. Thanks, Tim

  2. Aditha
    Aditha December 3, 2012 at 7:58 pm .

    Another cool lesson from you. I’ll definitely share this with my 11 yo niece. She’s using Samsung Galaxy Fit (don’t ask me the series) and start having this kind of problem. Terima kasih (means thank you in Indonesia).

  3. Khevaun
    Khevaun January 9, 2013 at 4:06 pm .

    very helpful.thanks – all the way from Trinidad and Tobago

  4. Jeff R.
    Jeff R. February 5, 2013 at 2:49 pm .

    Or just root your cell and flash a rom that swaps your internal for external. Only problem is rooting and flashing roms voids your warranty and can break your phone. Why Android has not developed a solution for this relatively small problem I will never know.

  5. Okan
    Okan August 16, 2013 at 6:12 am .

    Exactly right Jeff, i cant understant why android give access to extend ram and inernal space unless you rooted it.

    Another interesting problem about android is, how 1gb ram still not enough sometimes. O can open tens of applicatin on iphone4(512mb ram). But i cannot open these apps on galaxy s3.

    İ think memory managent on android has problems

  6. Sid
    Sid September 6, 2013 at 2:04 pm .

    My dad’s Samsung Note has had this problem for the past few days now. It keeps on showing the notification ‘Device Memory Full’. I have moved ALL the apps to the SD Card, uninstalled most of them & cleaned the cache and leftover files using an app. Tried connecting it to 3 different computers in order to backup the contacts, messages & photos. Samsung Kies is useless and the phone has not been detected by a mac or pc, even after changing the USB cable. KiesviaWifi just gets stuck at 0% and the program hangs.
    Since the device memory is full, even though the USB memory isn’t, no apps can be downloaded and installed which can help me make a backup. I don’t want to root the phone… is there any way to get out of this jam?

    1. Terry
      Terry April 13, 2014 at 1:06 pm .

      This is same thing I am experiencing. Please when you get a solution copy me.

  7. Lu
    Lu September 13, 2013 at 6:34 pm .

    Thank you so much this was so helpful =) Now I am able to text back to the family and friends and don’t have to delete any more of my Apps. Keep up the good work….

  8. Ed
    Ed September 28, 2013 at 11:03 am .

    Excellent tips for us novice android users.
    Your solutions are very well put together and easy to follow.
    Thank You for sharing your expertise.
    Regards – Ed

  9. wafa
    wafa October 30, 2013 at 10:32 pm .

    I did not find move to SD card :( only there clear data

  10. Terry
    Terry April 13, 2014 at 1:04 pm .

    Please how do I turn off widgets? Also what is the difference between Internal Memory and device Memory? The phone still has space on both and the memory full message still shows.

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