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2014-10-12 07:05 PM
Sony Xperia C always run out on internal memory and it is preventing APPs installation even onto Micro SD card. Any other work around for this phone?
2014-10-20 11:29 AM
i have the same problem why don`t they make them merged please any one got solutions reply
2014-10-20 01:23 PM - edited 2014-10-20 01:26 PM
After many mail thread i dont think so ,a porper response from sony regarding space issue.
hence i tried a workaround to overcome this issue. it worked great
My sister had android phone where she installed (app sender) app. I send her installed app via app sender and recived the same via bluetooth in sony xperia C and installed the app.
I had internal memory of lesser than 100mb . the app is getting installed in SD card. i hope this workaround would help .
i have learnt a lesson that i should not trust sony from this product.
2014-10-31 10:23 AM
2014-10-31 10:45 AM - edited 2014-10-31 10:47 AM
Even though there is 100 MB of space on my xperia c phone, am not able to install any apps..everytime i try to install an app, i get this 'Insufficent space in device', the device android version is 4.2.2 (16.0.B.2.16 build).
This happening after the above buld was updated. Is there a solution to reslove this issue, I cannot use my phone this way.....
2014-10-31 12:27 PM
Not sure it will fix your predicament however you could try using Clean master from the Play store to clean out the cache and any other old files - This may fix your issue but I can't be sure
2014-10-31 12:37 PM
If that doesn't download for you then try this link here and transfer it to your phone and then install via your file manager app
2014-10-31 09:40 AM
my mobile memory shown when i try two download to download new apps& updates of apps my device has not support it shows devoice memory is insufficent but there devoice memory is some space is there
2014-10-31 10:02 AM
As long as you have less than 50 or 60MB you will continue to get the same message
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