Fixing the Internal Storage Space Issues of Cheap Android Tablets

Cheap Android Tablets

Fixing Storage Space Issues

Many people who use Samsung tablets recently complained that the internal storage memory of their device is running out at a faster pace. If there are a number of applications and larger sized files on your tablet, then uninstalling a few apps from your tablet will certainly help you to free some space from the internal storage memory of your Android tablet.

If you are Android tablet is regularly displaying a low memory error message or if you are not able to delete or uninstall applications from your tablet, then you can confirm that your device is experiencing low internal memory issues. Below are a few simple steps that might help you solve the issue.

Verify your Tablet’s Internal Memory

  • Tap Settings from the home screen of your Android tablet
  • Scroll down and tap the Storage option
  • You will be able to see the amount of available internal memory on the screen of your tablet.
  • If it is less than 1 GB, proceed to the next step.

Uninstall Unused Applications

If there are any unused applications or games on your Android tablet, then make sure to delete and uninstall them from the tablet, as it will help you to free up the internal memory of your tablet. In addition to that, deleting HD videos and other files occupying larger space might also help you to free up space on your tablet. When done, restart the tablet and check whether you are still experiencing internal memory issues. If yes, proceed to the next step.

Move Apps to Memory Card

Your Android tablet will be saving all the applications to the internal memory of the device by default. So, free up the internal memory of your tablet by moving a few application to your external memory card. However, you will have to take note of the fact that some apps might not work accurately if you move them to an external memory card. Therefore, if any of your apps in your tablet is malfunctioning, you need to move them back to the internal memory of the device to solve the issue.

Restart your tablet and see if you are still having internal memory issues. If you are still having issues, seek the help of an experienced Android tablet technician for advanced troubleshooting.