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Space constraints - LG G Stylo - Product Ambassador

Sprint Leasing and Insurance

Well, I have been using the LG G Stylo for over a month and have added my most used apps, however, I have already experienced 'not enough space'. Seriously, I don't use that many apps and predominately have a few social and a few business apps but reached a limit and had "insufficient space". This forced me to remove pictures and other apps to load apps when immediate use was needed. So I spend time uninstalling and reinstalling less frequently used apps.

For example, today as I walked across the Sprint campus, I stopped to grab a community bike but in order to continue it was necessary for me to download QRC reader and could not.

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And then validated my total space and realized I again will need to remove some downloads, pictures, and apps. This is a bit frustrating and I feel a bit miffed since I really don't use many apps and my current use is more likely typical of a nonTech user. I love the use of the LG Stylo for texting, calling, and some social use, it seems to me that I should have more space available and not be required to manage my space as often as I do.

So I search to figure out how to save to my SD card instead of my device all the time.

Found this on the Sprint Community page:

This article was very helpful. I proceeded to clear some space by moving to SD card and cleaning out my cache. It was easy to do.

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So as easy as it was, it was still a nuisance. I would probably think about my internal storage space in the future as I purchase devices and consider saving to my SD card more often.

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