AnonD-74353, 09 May 2013As you have original LG Optimus L3, it has 157 MB user available only.yeah,this lg have just 157 mb intern
[deleted post]Now I get it. It is by default to leave some in the system memory after moving to internal memory.
As per to your other question, yes. After rooting, you can transfer it to internal memory (leaving it to ROM's storage will save you a 'lil bit more space + usable when phone is unmounted). You may also remove it from your phone when you're rooted for you to be able to free more system storage.
i buy l3 e-400 mobile last week, they give a problem i,e when i can dialing a number from phone their screen becomes black they can't show anything plz help what i can do?
lg e400 user, 08 May 2013I've got an lg e400 too but very often it happens that it restarts by itself. Does anyone know why?Hey i feel very stupid i have a lg e-400 but i cnt hang up when i make a fone call cn anybody help?
What kind of apps can install direct to sd card or transfer to sd card? Pls help.. thnx in advance..
If anyone know how to more apps through USB dubbling (Link to sd), pls replay
As you have original LG Optimus L3, it has 157 MB user available only.
I've got an lg e400 too but very often it happens that it restarts by itself. Does anyone know why?
grim1234, 07 May 2013Did anyone had problems with Wind-up Knight on this LG? Graphics on my phone are glitching out... moreYes, i have problem. that i cannot. move the applications to the sd card
how can i do that??
Did anyone had problems with Wind-up Knight on this LG? Graphics on my phone are glitching out, making it really hard to see anything in certain parts. Tried hard resetting, but the problem still occurs.
AnonD-99056, 07 May 2013Hi. According to your first question, you failed to install an application then it eats the ph... moreNo, you got it all wrong. Look, if you install Angry Birds for example, it eats up, let's say, 30MB on the system memory. A lot, but you can just go and transfer the game to the internal memory, right? My problem is that even after transferring Angry Birds will still leave 2 MBs or so in the system memory (Cut the Rope leaves 6 MB, for example, and I have a lot of games that do that). That's what I'm talking about. And I'm asking if I can transfer those un-moved files too after rooting, because all combined, they eat up a lot of my system's storage, leaving me with 40MB. Also, is it possible to change Google Play's download directory to SD after rooting?
grim1234, 06 May 2013Hi, I have a question. So as you know you can move apps to the internal memory, but, as I hope... moreHi. According to your first question, you failed to install an application then it eats the phone's storage. In order to free it up again (because it happened also to mine, 30-40MB has been eaten), the easiest way is to perform a hard reset, but that step is unpleasant that you will install all apps again. Otherwise, you must root your phone to delete the dalvik-cache (this is the cache when you're installing an application. Failure to install an application will leave the files in that cache that will eat your phone's storage). To delete the dalvik-cache, you must be rooted and install Titanium Backup. There's a feature there to delete the dalvik-cache.
In your 2nd question, I don't know if its possible to transfer apps to your sd card, but you can use Link2SD to partition your phone's memory (for example: taking portion of the space in your sd card to add in the system storage (Like if you have a 16GB sd card, you could get a 4GB space that you will add to phone's storage. 150MB + 4GB = 4.15GB if I'm not mistaken, and 16GB - 4GB = 12GB (remaining space in your sd card))). Just search on the internet on how to perform this.
In addition, is the "executables" do you mean is the default apps on android like google+, gmail, mail, maps, etc? By default, it can't be freezed, move to internal memory, or uninstall, unless you are rooted and install an application like Titanium Backup to convert a system app (or the preloaded/default apps) to user app(which you can move to internal memory), freeze it so that it will not be used (not uninstalled), and to uninstall it if your want. But be careful to uninstall preloaded apps. Most of the apps must not be removed for system maintenance. Just search the android bloatwares in the internet. That bloatwares are safe to remove.
Hi, I have a question. So as you know you can move apps to the internal memory, but, as I hope you also know, only the data fles are moved and the "executable" files are not moved and still stay in the phone's system memory, each one of them eating up from few KBs to few MBs of precious space. Now, after installing a lot of games and making sure that every single one of them is moved to the internal memory, I have about 40MB left in the system memory, because of the un-moved "executables" (or whatever they're called). My question is: if I root my L3, will I be able to move those pesky files as well (with Link2SD for example)? It's very important that you understand that what I seek is freeing up the 150MB system memory. I don't want to extend the internal memory with SD card if the "executables" will still eat up my system memory, which will leave me in the same position. Thanks in advance.
Quick question: is there a way other than resetting the phone to free up phone memory after a failed install? It whines that it has low memory when it should just undo the install imo and I have to turn it off and on to undo it manually... I think I'm gonna root this joke of a smartphone, who the hell thought that putting 150MB of system memory is a good idea... even 300MB would've done the job, but not 150MB with ~50MB already filled, god...
dars, 04 May 2013please click the link.. this link will help you root your lg e400i have to buy it??
chris, 01 May 2013please assist av been trying to root my lg l3 but not successful ,av tried all the methods in ... morehttp://www.lg-cellphone.com/how-to-root-lg-optimus-l3-e400.html