It's all too common, particularly if you have an Android phone with less than 128GB of storage: you try to install a fun new game or an interesting new app one day and can't. You've used up all of your available space.
Don't be alarmed. If you don't want to buy a new phone yet and your current one doesn't have a convenient micro SD slot for extra storage, you can possibly free up some room with some quick house cleaning. Here are some ideas for using an app to reclaim some of that room.
Follow These Steps
Open your phone's File Manager.
Click the blue button ( Release more space).
Then clean the junks on the phone.
Open your phone's File Manager
Click All File and select DCIM
From the DCIM, you will see "thumbnails"
Delete the thumbnails to free up space on your phone.
You won't lose any file on your phone after deleting it because, the thumbnails shows copies of files already on the phone.
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