When using a device, storage space is so precious especially if you are fond of downloading games, applications, and videos on your device. It always helps if your device’s external storage is expandable so that you can have more space for your downloads. You can also remove the bloatware on your device to free up some space. If those two still are not enough, there’s another way to increase the internal memory of your Samsung Galaxy S.
Thanks to independent developers on XDA Developers, there is a script that you can flash on your Galaxy S to answer your problem. The script basically moves the huge files from the 170 MB partition (which is faster, but also fills up faster) to the 2 GB partition (which is not as fast, but has bigger space). The script retains in the faster partition those files that are frequently accessed or that affect startup speed; everything else is moved to the bigger partition.
If you are a newbie on this stuff, you don’t have to worry because doing this involves a very simple procedure and won’t take much time. So, if you are ready to install this script on your device, here are the requirements and instructions.
NOTE: Use this guide at your own risk. We will not be held liable for any damage on your device as a result of using this guide.
Congratulations! You’ve successfully applied a fix for the low storage notification on your Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000.
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I wonder if this will work on a Galaxy S phone running AOKP ICS getting the low storage notification… I’ll try it out and report here, I have one of the Galaxy S (Fascinate).
Mine got fixed by clearing the browser cache and changing the default browser storage to memory card and not the phone. been 2 days and no issues!
another idea? not working for me :(
not working for me :(