is your phone full? How to free Phone Space

Method of Smart Storage

Finally, there’s a secret button for a function dubbed “Smart Storage,” which allows your phone to delete backed-up images automatically after 60 days.

It will also automatically delete backed-up photographs and movies if your device’s storage capacity is less than 25% full. Google’s Files app is where you switch it on (or off).

Tap the three parallel lines in the upper left corner of the Files app. Make a selection of options.

Toggle on Smart Storage if it isn’t already enabled. Examine your apps Making sure you’re not cluttering up the works with apps you haven’t used in months is a fantastic method to conserve space.

Look for the Smart Storage setting and toggle it on. Check your apps A good way to save space is to make sure you’re not clogging up the works with apps that you haven’t used in months.

It’s all too easy to download an app, try it out, and then let it sit while you go on to other things.

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f you’re curious about how long it’s been since you’ve used certain apps, here’s how to find out: Tap on your Play Store app. Tap on your personal icon in the upper right corner and select “Manage apps & device.” Select the Manage tab. On the line below that, the Installed button should be highlighted; if it isn’t, tap on it.

To the right of the Apps heading, you’ll see the sorting icon. Tap on that and select “Least used.” Now, you can see the apps that you’ve only used occasionally (if at all) on top of the list. You won’t necessarily want to get rid of them — sometimes an app is fine to have around just in case — but you might catch some that you really don’t need anymore.


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