Google Nexus 7 memory full problem
If the memory of your Google Nexus 7 is full, you will no longer be able to install applications or copy files. And yes, I realize that I am the billionth person to make that joke, so see in this tutorial what is the technique to free the memory, assuming that it is saturated. First we will see why the memory is saturated. Later we will see how to free up storage space on your Google Nexus 7. Finally, we will see how to increase the memory of your phone.
Google Nexus 7 memory is full
Assuming you see the following message: Insufficient storage space, this indicates that the Google Nexus 7 memory is full. There are several possible reasons why your memory may be full. This can come from too many photos or music. You may also have installed too many apps on your Google Nexus 7. If you ever want to be able to install apps or save files on your Google Nexus 7, you will need to free up some memory.
How to free up storage space on your Google Nexus 7
There are several ways to free up storage space on your Google Nexus 7. Here is a list of possible solutions:
- Uninstall apps that you no longer have the use of
- clear the cache some apps taking up too much space
- Copy your photos and videos to your computer to free up memory
- move your data on SD card or cloud
- Transfer your photos on Google Nexus 7 SD card
- Move Apps to Google Nexus 7 SD Card
To free up memory on your Google Nexus 7, there are also applications like CCleaner that will make your life easier. In addition, this type of application will allow you to see how the memory usage is distributed on the phone.
How to increase Google Nexus 7 memory
If you never know what to delete to make room on your Google Nexus 7, know that you can increase memory. To do this, you simply have to buy an sd card if you never have one. If you already have one, you can buy one with a larger memory.