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I posted this on the General Discussions forum, but have just found this one so I thought I would post here as well.
I have a 7G3 with a 32Gb SD card added.
Often, when I am told that an app is to be updated, the update does not complete and I receive a message
The internal storage from XP file manager is 2.22Gb total, 1.62Gb free,
and on the SD card 29.2Gb total, 7.44Gb free.
The latest time I received the message I was trying to update Moon+ Reader, which I seem to recollect stated it was about 2 kb (or mb), which is why I could not understand receiving this message and the update failing.
The tablet has not been flashed, it is as it was out of the box.
Can anyone shed any light on this ?
The Android file system is structured like this:
1) The hard drive which is in this case the nand
2) The nand is partitioned in x number of partitions depending on the requirements of the tablet.
3) From what i remember on this tablet there are arround 7-9 partitions
How are the partitions structured:
a) system partition which usually has 300-500 MB
b) data partition which has around 512MB-2GB, depends of the device, on this partitions all the apps are installed, if this gets full, it does not matter how much internal storage or sd card space you have, to overcome this issue people use apps to sd, bind directory and other tweaks
I've overcome this, like others to make the 7G3 see the MicroSD card as internal storage, and it works great!
Here's the link to the thread in question to do this - http://www.arctablet.com/blog/forum/arnova-7-g3/how-to-have-an-7-g3-recognize-you-micro-sd-as-internal-sd/
Hope this helps, and read it word for word before you copy the file into the folder....
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