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How do I restore my lost internal memory and apps

Lost all of my memory/apps,and I keep getting error massages saying not enough space.

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You can do a factory reset to return it back to when bought new! This will not save any of your data!

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How do I move apps, pics, etc to SD card? Internal storage is full


For Android users, get the app Android Assistant and run it, use the Tools tab and choose the tool named "APP2SD" and choose an app from the list. When the app description appears, click on the STORAGE button and then click on CHANGE and click on SD to move the app from "Internal" to "SD card". Wait for the app to finish being moved, then back out to the list of apps that can still be moved to the SD card and do the next app. Be aware that when apps get updated, they will move back to the internal memory, so I usually check with APP2SD about once a week and move things as needed to my SD card. For space on my SD card, I chose a 128GB micro SD card and I've only filled it about 1/4th of the way over the past year. This is the safest way to move things because Android Assistant will only list the apps that can be safely moved to the SD card. Some built-in phone apps must stay on the phone's internal memory to keep working, and those cannot be moved and won't be shown by the APP2SD tool.
The Android Assistant also has a "Cache Clear" option on the Monitor tab that helps free up internal memory on your phone when you run it (cache clear). The app (Android Assistant) may tell you it needs access to stuff so it can clear the cache. Do what it says to give it access, then go back and tell it to clear cache and it will free up some more internal memory. Cache items will be refilled as and when each app gets used, so if memory runs short again, you might need to do this "as-needed".
I paid the cheap price for Android Assistant Pro so I wouldn't accidentally click on advertisements that pay for the free version. It find the app very helpful.
TIP: You can also set MANY apps to PUT their things directly to the SD card instead of internal memory! Yay! I did this with my camera app and it REALLY helps by having photos and videos sent directly to the SD card so I don't have to keep moving them around.

Jan 07, 2018 | Tablets & eReaders

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My tablet keeps giving me error message. Insuficcant space on tablet to download apps


This means the internal memory is full and the only way to add apps is to uninstall other apps that you have installed. Check to see if you have apps you no longer use and uninstall them.

Jan 02, 2017 | Tablets & eReaders

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Tablet keeps saying no space and nothing is downloaded


i no nothing about tablets but i found this from another fixya member on here just now.so i am not saying that this is your problem but its all i can find.

Maybe nothing at all. Apps, depending on how they are written, may use only internal storage, SD (TF) storage, or a combination of both. If you are getting a "not enough space" message, chances are the app is not TF friendly. Cell phone users have the same issue with apps not wanting to use the internal card storage. Until tablet/phone makers put more internal memory in their devices, or until app writer make their apps available to the extended storage

Nov 25, 2016 | Tablets & eReaders

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I placed a 32gb TF card in my tablet, went to download a app and msg says not enough space. What am I doing wrong?


Maybe nothing at all. Apps, depending on how they are written, may use only internal storage, SD (TF) storage, or a combination of both. If you are getting a "not enough space" message, chances are the app is not TF friendly. Cell phone users have the same issue with apps not wanting to use the internal card storage. Until tablet/phone makers put more internal memory in their devices, or until app writer make their apps available to the extended storage, this problem will continue.

Oct 27, 2015 | Tablets & eReaders

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Always says Not enough storage. I have deleted all games,& still says that


You may have too many apps, and you may have too many videos, photos, etc... People don't realize how much memory is eaten up by apps. They not only take up space when installed, they also take up tons of space when they store data. Best bet is to eliminate all apps that you don't really use, and then go into your settings to clear all "cache" memory that the apps are using up. Also, the best way to speed up an iPad is to do a factory reset which deletes _everything_, and then go and install fresh new versions of all apps that you _regularly_ use. Note: A fully "updated" app is not the same as an installation of the "latest version" of an app. I realize what a big deal totally reinstalling everything is, but you'd be amazed at the "new iPad" you wind up with. // Note: Using "cloud" to reinstall everything defeats the purpose. You want _new_ fresh latest versions of all apps. You can use cloud to restore _only_ your files, such as photos, music, etc. But be careful about the settings. Most people have their cloud settings set for "full restore" which (as I stated) defeats the entire purpose of a "factory reset."

Oct 15, 2015 | Apple iPad 2

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Not enough space


make sure nabi storarage is free- move stuff to internal sd card memory- they are different and can be the issue

Jul 20, 2015 | Nabi 2

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Hasn't saved anything to the memory card because his tablet won't allow him to .. It keeps saying not enough space it's a 8GB memory card


The internal memory cards of some Android devices are partitioned for app storage and installation. Some of them have partitions that are quite small such as one Gigabyte or smaller. The remainder of the storage cannot be used for apps.

If it keeps saying not enough memory space then chances are the app partition is full. The only way to free up some space is to uninstall some apps that are stored there but not being used. You can see which apps can be uninstalled in Settings > Apps and look at them one by one to see if an uninstall option is listed. Simply click *uninstall* to remove them from the app storage partition. This will free up some extra space for some new apps or for updates to older apps you still like and use.

Also some of the apps might show an option to move them to an external SD card (if your device has a slot for one and if an SD card in inserted therein). Do move any and all to the external SD card of you have that option as that will also free up that space from the internal SD card.

May 11, 2015 | Tablets & eReaders

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How do I recover space from internal memory on restored Hip street Flare 2? NOT looking to restore lost content, only reclaim "lost/missing" memory space...cannot install anything at all, after factor


If you have done several factory restores, then the internal memory chip is probably damaged and not reading its full capacity.

If you need further help, I’m available over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/michael_e0539de310ea5ad7

Nov 24, 2014 | Tablets & eReaders

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My samsung tablet will not download, it has space but comes up error not enough space.


Are you using a storage card? If so, make sure it is the download default. The internal memory saves a large portion for random usage, so it will give you an error even though it shows space.

You can google how to make it your default for app install and file downloads depending on your version. ;)

Nov 02, 2014 | Tablets & eReaders

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How to download gAMES AT PLAY STORE KEEP SAYING ERROR NO MEMORY BUT I HAVE SPACE ON THE Tablet


The Nobis NB09 Tablet simply has too little space partitioned for apps. It has only about 660 MB available. Just downloading and installing the updates for the native apps from the Store will result in the partition being filled to about 550 MB. This leaves only about 100 MB left for apps you want to add.
Click on *Settings* then click on *Storage* The top bar graph is your app partition. It will probably show as about 660 MB and the green bar is how full it is. It wouldn't surprise me if your green bar was at or near the right hand side meaning a full tank.
The second bar graph is your total built-in SD card memory. It's supposed to be 8 GB but it's shows about 5.5 GB. It looks like a lot of empty space but none of this can be used to download apps. From time to time to time there will be an app you run across that will be able to install on the external microSD card you can push into the slot on the back. And one or two of the native apps might be able to be moved to this external microSD card. But, you STILL have too little room to add extra apps.
Nobis simply didn't allocate enough space for app installation and you are stuck with the native apps plus maybe three large or six to eight smaller apps before the internal app space is FULL.
Just feel lucky that what little app memory you have still works. Mine went bad after less than two months and it remembers NOTHING. Every time I turn it off it boots into the set-up mode and retains no changes I made prior. It will not download a thing from the store because the app partition reads in the bar graph 0.00B available. IOW, bad memory. I am currently trying to get a response from the Midland website that took over Nobis and they claim they will reply within 48 hours. It's been two days and no reply so far. There is a phone number listed to call for a RMA (return merchandise authorization) I might have call it if they don't reply to the email.
Basically the NobisNBO9 is junk. Do a little Googling and many many people have problems such as it not booting up - I feel this is all to do with memory gone bad. Cheap Chinese memory - not reliable enough to last more than a month or two.

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