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Reverend Jim

Out of space

Figo Ultra M5G Android 6.0 Baseband version MOLY.WR8.W1449.MD.WG.V57.P18 2017-04-07 11:17 Kernel version 3.18.19+ 2017-10-27 11:11:54 CST Build number FIGO_ULTRA_M50G_V001_20171026 Custom build version FIGO_ULTRA_M50G_V001_20171026 Internal storage 7.41 GB total used out of 8.00 GB SD card 693 MB used out of 28.64 GB Default write disk SD card Apps I have installed and moved to the SD card: Easy Voice Recorder - 6.92 MB H Band (fitness) - 38.19 MB Lithium (ebook reader) - 11.76 MB Oculus - 92.45 MB Runmifit (fitness) - 25.91 MB VLC - 69.92 MB My first problem is that even though I have configured the SD card as non-portable, it still apppears as though I am limited by the original 8 GB of storage as to how many apps I can install. For example, I have one type of fitness tracker (for which I use H Band) and my wife has another. I would like to use VeryFitPro to connect to her tracker but I cannot install it without uninstalling another app. That leads me to the second problem which is likely not appropriate for this forum. VeryFitPro can't see her tracker even though the phone's bluetooth can. I am currently trying Runmifit but no success yet. My primary concern, however, is the out-of-space problem. And if there is a way to upgrade Android 6 to a newer release I'd appreciate a link to how to do that as well. I'm finding useful documentation on how to do things sorely lacking.




Reverend Jim
Reverend Jim

I've already gone through every app on my phone. Only a few have the "move to SD" option and I moved them. That still leaves my internal (non-SD) usage at close to 8 GB. I think this is just a limitation of Android 6 and/or the phone. There is no option to upgrade the OS so I guess I'm stuck with it. At least it does what I need most (make/receive calls).


Try freeing up phone storage first, install the app you want, move it to SD card, then reinstall the app you removed initially.


Reverend Jim
Reverend Jim

I do, and it is already set as the default.


Hi Reverend Jim. I'm pretty sure your phone doesn't have an update to the most recent Android version like most Android phones. As for the storage, I remember having a similar issue on an older phone. On Settings -> Storage, do you see an option to set SD card as default storage?



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