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2014-01-20 07:39 PM
Rooting may void your warranty,some network carriers don't even want to see other firmwares than the one they release.
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2014-05-06 08:13 PM
I'm having the same problem here. But, worst of all, even after deleting some installed applications, I keep on receiving the error. My phone is a Xperia M Dual (C2004), the internal storage is 2.01GB and there's still 0.93GB free (Apps occupy 843MB). I receive the error even when I try to install a 3MB application! How is that possible?
I tried to root my phone, but I am unable to move applications to my SD Card, so I keep on installing / uninstalling applications.
If I knew about this before, I wouldn't buy this phone.
2014-07-22 11:47 PM
I have cleared up as much memory as possible but still cannot move apps to my sd card nor can I delete some of sony's and google's useless apps. Tried following the process of dividing my memory card that is posted somewhere on the sony site but no luck there either. If my phone is suppose to have 16G where the h e double toothpicks, is it?
2014-10-15 07:17 AM
2014-12-20 05:49 PM
I rooted my Xperia J, and have uninstalled all those apps that you mentioned above. I has made a difference, although it's not that much.
2015-02-05 06:21 PM
2015-02-06 09:00 AM
I have been experiencing the same problem for a long time and now I ran out of applications I can delete. I even deleted twitter and facebook to create some space for some more important apps such as online banking, but then, what good is a phone if I can't even use twitter? Besides, why do I have to keep deleting things when I know there's already enough space?
There're some apps you can find online which claim to fix this problem, and some of these apps get some very positive reviews, so they're probably doing the job. Yet I don't want to try them because there's nowhere to go if they mess your phone terribly.
It's really a shame that Sony hasn't still done anything to fix this problem.
2015-02-17 08:53 PM
2015-02-19 03:10 AM