To pick from a list of photos, videos, and apps that you haven’t used recently:
- Open your device’s Settings app.
- Tap Storage.
- Tap Free up space.
- To pick something to delete, tap the empty box on the right. (If nothing is listed, tap Review recent items.)
- To delete the selected items, at the bottom, tap Free up.
What is taking up space on my Android?
To find this, open the Settings screen and tap Storage. You can see how much space is used up by apps and their data, by pictures and videos, audio files, downloads, cached data, and miscellaneous other files. The thing is, it works a little bit differently depending on which version of Android you’re using.
What should I delete when my phone storage is full?
Go to Settings > iCloud > Storage > Manage Storage. Then tap the outdated backup, then Delete Backup. You can also delete information under Documents & Data in iCloud storage settings. Tap on the app, then swipe left on each item to delete.
How do I free up space on my Samsung phone?
- Open your Galaxy’s Settings app. Swipe down from the top of your screen, and tap the.
- Tap Device maintenance on the Settings menu.
- Tap Storage.
- Tap the CLEAN NOW button.
- Tap one of the file types under the USER DATA heading.
- Select all the files that you want to delete.
- Tap DELETE.
How do I clean up my Android phone?
Found the culprit? Then clear the app’s cache manually
- Go to the Settings Menu;
- Click on Apps;
- Find the All tab;
- Choose an app that is taking up a lot of space;
- Click the button Clear Cache. If you’re running Android 6.0 Marshmallow on your device then you’ll need to click on Storage and then Clear Cache.
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