Wednesday 14 March 2018

How to manage the small space available on Android devices


Usually in small and medium class Android mobile phones it is very likely after some time to experience space problems in the disk of our phone. So it would be good to avoid these situations to implement a strategy of proper management of our applications. However, before we proceed to the analysis of our subject, we would like to draw your attention so that when you buy a mobile phone you do not compromise with anything with available space under 16GB, otherwise in a short time you will reach the point that you can not do not even upgrade your installed applications.

You should pay close attention to how much available free internal storage your smartphone or tablet has since your applications are stored in it by default. So the more available internal memory your smartphone or tablet has the better. However, in case we have a small internal memory, we should follow the following: First, after setting up our account, open the Google Play Store and click on the box on the left, select settings and check the box for automatic updates.

This is very important, since the more applications you have, the more certain it is that with the constant updates, the available space in your internal memory will at some point be exhausted. In general do not completely exhaust the internal memory and always make sure you have at least 1-1.5 Gb of available space.

You should also be aware that there are applications that for some reason their creator does not allow to be installed in external memory, so it is advisable to install on your mobile only applications that can be installed or transferred to your external memory. Of course you will see this after downloading and installing an application. To see if an application can be transferred to your external drive, after installing it go to settings and click on your internal storage,

on the next tab click on applications,

- click on the application you want to move and see where it is installed,

-from then press the change button and select the SD card,

- finally on the next tab press transfer to transfer your application to SD card.

However, to transfer your applications you can simplify the process by downloading the application Link2SD  or the AppMgr III (App 2 SD)  with which, not only can you transfer your applications but notify each time you install an application if it can be transferred to the external memory of your device. 

How do I Root my mobile

The above process is unfortunately a compromise process, which one of the reasons we choose it is to deal with the problem of insufficient capacity. (however this does not mean that we can increase the already available capacity on our mobile), but what we can do is transfer some applications that are in the main memory of our phone and can not be transferred to SD. So if you want to remove these restrictions then you need to Root your mobile, But What is Root? Android as an operating system is one of the most popular operating systems for mobile phones in the age of Smartphones we live in today, and is based on Linux.

In any case, many of the basic system applications need a license to access some of your operating system. A process that you will not find installed on your mobile phone since for obvious reasons it is locked. Just like other operating systems, Android has also been designed with several restrictions by the carriers or manufacturers of companies for commercial activities but also for security reasons.

Rooting, on the other hand, is essentially a process of modifying the original system in which these restrictions are removed and access is fully allowed and which aims to change or replace the system applications on your mobile phone and the current settings, run specialized applications that facilitate the removal and replacement of the operating system of the device with another.

The main benefits of Rooting on your Android device is that it can offer you the high level of permissions, all the applications and settings on your mobile phone to overcome all the restrictions and make the changes you want.?

But be aware that: Rooting cancels your phone warranty immediately and carries the risk of bricking your phone or serious damage.

There are several techniques for this purpose, however they require special knowledge from the user, so we decided to resort to simpler solutions. So we found that there are some websites that have the appropriate software to simplify this process on the part of the user and according to our tests we ended up as the first choice in KingoRoot.    The whole process is very simple and usually if everything goes well, it is completed in a few minutes. However, before you start, be sure to enable the developer options on your mobile. So if your device has Android from version 4.3 and above you should do the following: Go to settings, and click on About the phone in the upcoming years, while press 7 times in the choice Construction number or Version number until at the end the message appears that you are now a developer. 

From there click on developer options and check the boxes to unlock OEM function and debugging USB.

Finally, if you choose to download the software directly to your mobile phone, make sure that the box for accepting downloads from unknown sources is activated. To be able to activate it press Settings- General- Security and then check the box Unknown origins. From there, connect your mobile phone to the computer with a usb cable, run the application and follow the instructions.


However, you should be aware that not all phones can be rooted, so before proceeding, it is advisable to read if your device is compatible.
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