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I've installed the custom firmware on my daughters new tablet, but just noticed that is now only has 2Gb storage.
When I check Settings-Apps it shows internal storage 443MB in use, 61MB free
When looking at Settings-Storage it tells me it only has 2GB internal storage and 2GB is free
So where did the 4GB storage / 1GB RAM go? How to install the apps on the 2GB disk?
Google play etc is working fine.
Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
Linux Kernel Version: 3.0.8+ root@sc-server-desktop #200
Build fingerprint: rk29sdk-eng 4.0.3 IML74K eng.root.20120523.095438 test-keys
There has been similar discussion (and explanations) in our ChildPad forum here: http://www.arctablet.com/blog/forum/archos-arnova-childpad/childpad-storage-what-shows-as-your-total-storage-2gbsurprised/
The disk space to install apps is limited to about 500 Mb with the default firmware, which hasn't been modified in our custom firmware. We made a separate one with the apps space doubled (so it's now 1 Gb) for those who need it:
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Ah okay, I think I get it.
If I understand correctly we only have 512 MB available for the apps we download, and the rest is storage for photo's/videos.
Now only have to find a way to store all downloaded apps on the sd card.
Is there a maximum for the sd card to use? (8, 16, 32 GB?)
usually is 32 Gb
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