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Just gone back to G300 and updated to ICS but low memory

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I have gone back to the G300. I updated to ics without checking what I was upgrading too I know i know.

But I have found out that I can only fit 34 of my 100+ apps onto this Phone.

Is there a simple way to allow the install to sd feature on ICS, or Am I going to have to root etc and prat about with two partitions etc to do it.

I not sure about downgrading, The last G300 I had I had put on one of the leaked roms on and that was simple to do. but now I see you have to backup the imei etc to downgrade.

Thanks

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Link2InT see forum post

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Thanks

But after some more looking around you can change the default install location to sd card lol.

Cheers

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No worries glad you found your answer

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You can use link2sd to merge updated system apps back into system, thus freeing up space. 52 apps installed so far and have plenty of space left.

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You can use link2sd to merge updated system apps back into system, thus freeing up space. 52 apps installed so far and have plenty of space left.

after finding out you can set the default storage to sd, I have 63 apps/games installed and 11.69gb out of 14.82 left on sd and nothing on internal storage so 2.02gb left but it claims that on the apps downloaded in the apps setting I have 436mb used ans 320mb left.

And I'm not to keen on the amount of system ram the ics takes 283mb used and only 104mb left?

At least my Nexus 7 32gb has more ram LOL.

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And I'm not to keen on the amount of system ram the ics takes 283mb used and only 104mb left?

Unused ram is wasted ram to a certain degree

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I found the Huawei offical downgrader so back on the 2.3 thanks god.

I can play need for speed most wanted smooth now.

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