Is Your Storage Space Running Out? Fix It Here

If you someone like my little niece who download every downloadable
on Google play and mobogenie to the extent of using all the available space on
your android device thereby getting ‘you are running out of memory,’ or if you
always get storage running out of space, then this post is for you.

Fasten your seat-belt let me pilot your flight this awesome
morning.
How Can I Fix This Issue?

==>Make sure your Android device is rooted (if it’s not
rooted, you can post the make here let me show you how to root it)
==>Download root browser app here
==>Run and install it on your device>> reboot your
device
==>Open the newly installed Root Browser app, a pop up box
might come stating if you want to give the app root permission. Don’t grant it.
==>Locate or scroll to /data/ and delete the folder
“log” 
Note: If you are not sure of which folder contains the log
files meant for deletion, kindly copy the folder and paste it in another
destination where you can easily find it without stress. So it will act as a
backup in case you delete the wrong files and mess up your phone
unintentionally.
==>You can now check the storage you have left, and you
will see the difference.
Another thing you might want to consider after the above is
to download App Cache Cleaner as it will clean and clear all the hanging mucus
on you device thereby giving you more space.
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8 thoughts on “Is Your Storage Space Running Out? Fix It Here

  1. Hi Prof. I am finding ur site very educative, my problem is My Infinix X501 shows me *Cannot connect to camera, each tym I try using the camera, how do I remedy this issue please

    • How long as this been happening. If it just started happening, restore it back to factory setting. But before you do that, back up all your files.

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