Top 5 Ways To Free Up Space On Your Android Device

Android, a game changer in the mobile operating systems. Android-equipped devices coming in various forms like smartphones, phablets, and tablets. But the internal memory capacity is very limited when compared to laptops and desktops. Latest smartphones like OnePlus One and LG G3 offer vast storage space like 64 GB and 32 GB. And some devices are expandable upto 128 GB space with SD card expansion.

If you are not belonging to this high-end smartphone owners list and struggling with limited internal memory and want to free up space on your Android device this “top 5 ways to free up space on your Android device” article helps you.

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Uninstall Built in Apps or Bloatware to Free Up Space On Your Android Device

Uninstall Unwanted Built-In Apps from your Android device

Unless if you have a pure Google Play version of Android rest of the devices comes with built in pre-loaded Apps. These apps consumes lot of space on your device and most of them are useless. Removing these apps can save lot of space on your device. You can uninstall bloatware simply by Titanium Backup. The app is very powerful and completely removes the unwanted built in apps from your Android device.

Apps2SD to free up space on android

Move Apps from Internal memory to SD Card

In old phones, most of the users face limited internal memory problem. After installing few apps the device internal memory becomes full and unable to install new apps. Without rooting you can move apps from internal memory to SD card with the help of AppMgr III (App 2 SD) app. Install the app and it shows the list of apps installed on your internal memory, from the list you can choose and transfer the large size apps to SD card.

By clearing App Cache

By clearing App Cache

Every app on Android device upon usage leaves temporary files in the memory. Cache is useful to get data from previous values to serve with good speed. For example, if you frequently visit a website in your Android device it loads quickly than newly opened site. The device stores the cache files to load the data faster, but unfortunately cache consumes lot of space. You can remove temporary file, cache from your Android device by installing cleaning apps. Here is our list of best cleaning apps for your Android device. Install the cleaning app and remove unnecessary files.

Using Cloud Storage

Using Cloud Storage for Photos, Music and Videos

Android devices built in cameras are capable of capturing high-quality images on the go. HQ images are usually larger in size and consumes lots of space on your device. Luckily we have tons of cloud services available to save our precious data, most of the cloud services have standalone apps to directly upload the phone content to their data storage servers. Moving your images and videos to the cloud can save a lot of space on internal memory. Check out the top 10 list of cloud services to your Android device.

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Delete Unnecessary Files and Folders

Delete Unnecessary Files and Folders

After occupying our pockets, Android devices becomes next downloading source after PC. With a good WiFi connection, you can even download torrent files in an Android device. Most of the people leave the downloaded files after use. These files consumes lot of space and your device becomes unavailable for your next downloads. Deleting unnecessary data regularly keeps your device space free. Apps like DiskUsage and Storage Analyser helps you to find the files order the content by size and the amount of files.

This post intention in simple words:

  1. Uninstall Unwanted Built-In Apps from your Android device.
  2. Move Apps from Internal memory to SD Card.
  3. By clearing App Cache.
  4. Using Cloud Storage for Photos, Music, and Videos.
  5. Delete Unnecessary Files and Folders.
  6. Delete or uninstall unused or frequently used apps.
  7. Use music streaming services like Spotify instead of maintaining large library
  8. If your data is too big, maintain an external hard disk with your Android device using OTG.
Rahul is the Editor-in-Chief at Thetechhacker, PhoneSetter and TheWearableNews. After realizing an obsession with technology, he left his job career to write about technology.
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