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Old 05-07-2013, 08:01 PM   #1
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LXer: 6 Ways to Free Up Your Android Phone Memory


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Thereís a whole slew of low end to mid range Android smartphones out there which donít come with very generous amount of phone storage memory, causing their users to constantly run into the issue of running out of space when installing and using various Android apps. Since not everyone can afford to buy top end smartphone models, especially in the developing world, this should speak to a sizeable number of Android users. There are a few simple ways to go about making the most out of this small chunk of phone memory though, so hereís what you can do.

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