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How to fix Android "insufficient storage available" error message

If your phone showing "insufficient storage available" message and you do have space available
then you come at the write place here we tell you about how resolve this problem in just some
simple steps so, follow these step .

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step 1-) If your continously  getting error message "insufficient storage available"
             then you need to delete app chache memory.
             The 'insufficient storage available' error often pops up if you have moved large amounts of                   media from the Android device's physical storage to a microSD card, and is caused by the                   cache not being properly erased.

              App cache can be cleared in matter of  seconds and minutes, depends on your device                           problem.


step 2-) If you havn't deleting anything and get the message again "insufficient storage available"
             then you can also use app to delete . There are  many app to delete app chache memory so
             download these app i will give the link below this step so you  can download the app and
             delete  app chache memory.
         
             Photos, videos and your downloads folder are another good place to check. If you're using                    WhatsApp, also check its files in a File Manager app or by plugging it into your PC as it may              well be storing every photo and video you send as well as those you receive.
              Google Photos is a great option for backing up as many standard-resolution photos and video               clips as you like, making them accessible from any device on to which you can log into your               Google account and allowing you to delete them from your Android phone or tablet without               losing them forever.if you are seeing the "insufficient storage available" error. In the meantime, you could always plug your Android device into a PC or laptop and copy across any media you want to back up.

Now you freed up many space , hopefully your device allow you to install some small app.
             https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.isnowstudio.cachecleaner&hl=en
step 3-) The chache cleaner app is very easy to use , you open the app and follow the app instruction 
              to clean the chache.
             
              we assuming that  you have now  some space in your device , to despite the error message ,
              hopefully you now able to download tha app without any problem.



step 4-)If you don't want install that chache cleaner app don't worry you can clear the chache                           manually from your device.

           first check whether your device has an option to clear the cache for all apps without manually              clearing each. first you have open settings  menu and choosing Storage, then taping on Cached            data and selecting Delete in the prompt 'Clear cached data. This will clear cached data for all              apps'.hopefully you understand this step and you freed up many space , hopefully your device              allow you to install some small app.

How to upgrade android



Hi friends ,today I tell you about how to upgrade android. Android smartphones are great devices for a myriad of different reasons. One of the things that makes them so great is their software. Upgrades usually occur periodically, either to fix bugs or introduce new interfaces and/or updates. Upgrading your phone to 4.0 is a great way to access new set ups in the software, and doesn't take too long to do. However it is important to note that many lower end Android smartphones won't get OTA updates from the manufacturer. Many of these phones also have locked bootloaders and cannot be updated to a different version.

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Connect your phone to an active wireless internet connection. OTA (Over the Air) is a method of updating smartphones wirelessly.















                 

















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Tap on "About phone" or "About tablet". This is located at the bottom of the Settings menu.

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Tap on "Software Update" or "System Update".

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Tap on "Update" or "Check for system updates". Your phone will now check the server for new updates. Once through, if there are new updates available, a summary of the latest version will be displayed on a pop-up menu.
  • Your phone may not be eligible to upgrade to Android 4.0. It is up to your carrier to make the new version available for OTA updates.

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Install the update. The device will let you choose whether to “Install Later” or “Install Now” the updates. Tap “Install Now” to download and install the update.

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Wait for the installation to finish. Your phone will automatically reboot when the installation finishes.