How do I check storage on my Samsung Galaxy s4?
Find out how to check your memory status on your Samsung Galaxy S4, just follow these simple steps.
- Tap the Menu key and then tap Settings.
- Tap More then tap Storage.
According to a report by CNET, the South Korean giant has said that the system software occupies about 6.85GB of the Galaxy S4's 16 GB storage, which is 1GB more than that of the system software found in the Galaxy S III, due to its high resolution display and more powerful features.
- To switch between internal storage and the external memory card on a dual storage device like the Samsung Galaxy S4, please tap on the icon in the upper left to slide out the Menu. You can also tap and drag-right to slide the menu out. Then tap on "Settings". Then tap on the "Storage:".
- Step 1: Copy files to an SD card
- Open your device's Settings app .
- Tap Storage & USB.
- Tap Internal storage.
- Pick the type of file to move to your SD card.
- Touch and hold the files you want to move.
- Tap More Copy to…
- Under "Save to," pick your SD card.
- Pick where you want to save the files.
- SDHC is the same physical size and shape as standard SD but meets the new SD specification of version 2.0. If the SD card is 4GB or above, it is classed as a SDHC card. Currently, SDHC specifications allow for memory cards of a capacity between 4GB and 32GB.
Clear the application cache on your Samsung Galaxy S 4
- From the home screen, tap Apps.
- Scroll to and tap Settings.
- Tap the More tab.
- Tap Application manager.
- Swipe left to view the ALL tab.
- Scroll to and tap an application.
- Tap CLEAR CACHE.
- You've now cleared the application cache.
- When you save things on Facebook, they'll appear in the Saved section. To view the things you've saved: Go to Facebook.com/saved or click Saved in the left side menu of the homepage. Click a saved category at the top or click a saved item to view it.
- Open the Google+ app, then open the menu (hamburger icon). Tap the settings cog in the upper right-hand corner and choose Camera and Photos. Choose Auto Backup and toggle the feature on.
- See how much iCloud storage you have
- On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch: If you're using iOS 10.3 or later, go to Settings > [your name] > iCloud. Tap iCloud Storage or Manage Storage.
- On your Mac, go to Apple (?) menu > System Preferences, click iCloud, then click Manage.
- On your PC, open iCloud for Windows.
Check the Available Memory
- From the home screen, tap and drag the Notifications bar downwards.
- Tap the Settings icon.
- Scroll to, then tap Storage.
- Yes they can. However, you may not notice it for a while. For both iPhones and Android smartphones, a surplus of texts could eventually slow the phone down. Just like large apps that take up a significant amount of a phone's hard drive, your texting app may slow down if you have too many texts stored on the phone.
- To verify the available space for storage, please follow these steps:
- Open the Applications tab and tap Settings.
- Tap SD Card & phone storage to display the available space for both the SD card and the internal phone storage.
- To see how much data you've used, follow these steps.
- Navigate to the Android settings menu.
- Tap "Data Usage."
- Select the dates next to "Data usage cycle," and Change cycle.
- Change the cycle date to match the start date of your monthly plan.
Updated: 25th November 2019