How To Free Up Storage On Samsung

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We show you how to free up storage space on your new Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge phone, and how to install a microSD memory card to expand the available storage.

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How To Free Up Storage On Samsung S7

  1. Delete such files occasionally to free up more space. Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge feature a Smart Manager, which allows you to manage your device's storage and easily delete unnecessary data with a tap of a button through Clean Master. You can even download the Clean Master app on other phones to manage storage.
  2. Delete such files occasionally to free up more space. Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge feature a Smart Manager, which allows you to manage your device's storage and easily delete unnecessary data with a tap of a button through Clean Master. You can even download the Clean Master app on other phones to manage storage.
  3. I would also suggest using your Device Care to clear up your storage. A person can also turn Off their phone and then from a set series of button presses go into the phones system files and clear the cache files. No info is lost this way. As a last resort back up and remove any relevant Sd card and factory reset.
  4. By doing so, your Samsung galaxy s5 mobile space will be completely free from everything. Go to Menu Settings Applications Manager Click on any app you want to move to SD card and click on Move to SD card. The application will be transferred to SD card and the device storage used by this app will be free up. Get a cloud storage app.
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If you’ve already run out of space on your Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge, there are a few possible solutions to free up some storage. Your best bet is to use Samsung’s Smart Manager to delete files and apps you don’t need, and install a microSD memory card to quickly expand your available storage. Here’s how.

How to use Samsung Smart Manager to free up Galaxy S7 storage

If you go to the Galaxy S7’s settings menu and scroll down a bit, you’ll see the Smart Manager tool listed. Give this a tap.

Smart Manager is a simple phone management app that can help to clear the clutter and keep your S7 clean. When it pops up, you’ll see four different sections. The top left deals with battery life, the bottom left covers memory, and the bottom right is all about data security. But the one we’re interested in is the top right segment, which helps to manage your storage space.

Tap that quadrant and you’ll see a breakdown of how much storage space you’re using. To perform a quick and simple clean up, just tap the ‘Delete’ button in the Unnecessary Data section. This gets rid of cached info and other rubbish that you don’t need, and can generally free up 500MB to 1GB of space, if you only occasionally use it.

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How To Free Up Storage On Samsung

If that’s not enough, then head down to the User Data section and tap Details. This shows you how much space is being used up by your photos, videos, music, apps and documents. If one particular area is hogging most of your S7’s storage, then you can tap it and delete anything you don’t need. We recommend tapping the apps section, which shows you any apps you rarely use – uninstalling these is a quick and easy win.

How to insert a microSD memory card into the S7 and move apps over

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Pop open the SIM tray on the top of the Galaxy S7 by inserting Samsung’s pin tool inside the hole. In here you’ll also find space for a microSD memory card. You can buy microSD cards cheaply from manufacturers like Amazon, with cards up to 200GB supported, and it’s a very quick and easy way to add loads of extra storage to the S7.

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When you’ve fitted your microSD memory card, head to your S7’s Settings and then scroll down to Storage. Tap ‘Used Space’ in the Storage menu, followed by ‘Apps’. Here you’ll see a list of your installed apps which are taking up valuable space on your phone. To move these across to your new microSD memory card, just tap one and then select ‘Change’ beside Storage Used. From here you can transfer the app to your card.