Due to high usage of phone’s memory, a frequent problem we usually face is the “insufficient storage” issue. The ‘insufficient storage available’ error often arises if you have transferred huge amounts of files from the Android operating system device’s physical storage space to a microSD card, and it is brought on by the cache not being properly erased.
How to fix “insufficient storage” error- Within a Seconds
Surprised? It’s really possible you can clear your phone’s app cache in a matter of seconds or a few moments, depending on how severe the challenge is on your device just.
Check whether a small app can be installed or not: If you’re allowed because of it to set up it, downloading a tiny (around 2MB) Android app can clear the Android app cache on your behalf automatically; if your phone won’t permit the installation then you will have to manually proceed through deleting the cache for every single app
Uninstall rarely used apps and free some memory: If you haven’t already attempted deleting anything on your mobile and are showing the ‘insufficient storage’ error, this would be considered a good way to start. There are more than likely app you have downloaded previously, never used and forgotten about – check the Android app tray than the home screens for these rather, since the Android app tray shall list everything on your phone and, unless you’re operating Marshmallow (which enables you to uninstall apps from the home screen), makes it better by quickly uninstall them.
Get some remote backup: Photos, videos as well as your download folders are another good destination to check. If you are using WhatsApp, also check its documents in a File Manager software or by plugging it into your personal computer as it might well be saving every photo and video you send as well as those you get.
Get backup into Google Drive
Google Photos is a great option for backing up as many standard-resolution photographs and video clips, making them accessible from any device to which you are able to log into your Google account and letting you erase them from your Google Android phone or tab without deleting those forever. The one catch is you will have to download the Yahoo Photos app to your device unless you currently have it, which might be a concern if you are viewing the “insufficient storage” error. For the time being, you might always connect your Google Android device into a Personal computer or laptop and backup.
Install an Android app- App Cache Cleaner
Given that you have freed up some space, your device will ideally enable you to download the tiny app that automates the procedure of clearing the app cache. Try out this by accessing the Play store, looking for and, when you can, installing the free Android app called App Cache Cleaner – 1Tap Clean.
The Android app cache clean is super easy to use; you just open the app and allow it scan your device for your app’s stored cache.
Supposing you already freed some space on your device’s storage space, despite the error messages, you should now have the option to download or upgrade the app you were having difficulty with.