1. oza19's Avatar
    Help me!! I only install apps which I use frequently, but when that app gives you update it consume lots off memory this is affecting so badly for low space, still no dev. Found any way to install apps. Directly to sd card or move to sd card??!!! Using BlackBerry z3

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    11-12-15 01:32 PM
  2. Joshu42's Avatar
    No. But you can explore the settings of the apps you've already installed to find a way to clean their "cache".
    11-12-15 04:11 PM
  3. Emaderton3's Avatar
    No. But you can explore the settings of the apps you've already installed to find a way to clean their "cache".
    Which most apps don't provide unfortunately.

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    11-12-15 04:32 PM
  4. Joshu42's Avatar
    If you've already stored your photos/videos on the SD card... well, your only solution is to manage a better curated list of apps
    11-12-15 04:39 PM
  5. oza19's Avatar
    If you've already stored your photos/videos on the SD card... well, your only solution is to manage a better curated list of apps
    Ya but my main issue is low on phone space not on sd card.

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    11-12-15 10:42 PM
  6. Concession's Avatar
    Did you look into which apps were taking up most of your space? You can check device monitor-> storage. Just earlier today I found CB10 was taking up 800 MB on my phone. Cleared the in app cache and now it is at 40MB. Similarly told me Firefox was taking up 500 MB and I deleted its in web cache (leaving history, form data etc) and its down to 35 MB now. Alternatively, you can uninstall and reinstall to get rid of that extra data. They can really take up a lot more space than they should.
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    11-12-15 11:14 PM
  7. oza19's Avatar
    Did you look into which apps were taking up most of your space? You can check device monitor-> storage. Just earlier today I found CB10 was taking up 800 MB on my phone. Cleared the in app cache and now it is at 40MB. Similarly told me Firefox was taking up 500 MB and I deleted its in web cache (leaving history, form data etc) and its down to 35 MB now. Alternatively, you can uninstall and reinstall to get rid of that extra data. They can really take up a lot more space than they should.
    Did all tweaking as you said but no result, here I am adding some images see and please help me out at one point I am thinking why I bought BlackBerry??!!
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    Posted via CB10
    11-17-15 08:43 AM
  8. Concession's Avatar
    You have 800 MB. That's pretty good. If you want more empty space, amazon is taking more than it could be. The browser is taking up a good bit in its cache. Snap is taking alot but I don't use that so I don't know if it is normal or not. You also have 280 MB in files on your phone. If that isn't stuff you want you might have a good bit of extra stuff in your downloads folder to delete.
    11-19-15 10:59 PM
  9. Emaderton3's Avatar
    Are you worried about space or memory ("hard drive" or "RAM")?

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    11-20-15 05:57 AM
  10. Joshu42's Avatar
    Are you worried about space or memory ("hard drive" or "RAM")?
    Read the thread from the top. TL;DR he has a 8Go Z3 with a storage near full. Don't bother with the screenshot from the Device Monitor's Memory panel
    11-20-15 08:40 AM

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