Click each step to see the action. You can also click the picture or use the arrow keys.

  • Your device has different types of memory and storage options.
    • The eMMC (embedded Multi-Media Controller) memory, which consists of the system memory and the internal storage, is about 32 GB.
    The system memory is used for the Android™ operating system and for most pre-installed applications.
    The internal storage is used to store downloaded or transferred content along with personal settings and data.

    Some examples of data stored to the internal storage are alarm, volume and language settings; emails; bookmarks; calendar events; photos; videos and music.
    • You can use a removable memory card with a storage capacity of up to 200 GB to get more storage space. Media files and some apps (with their data) can be moved to this type of memory to free up internal storage. Some apps, for example, the Camera app, can save data directly to a memory card.
    • The dynamic memory (RAM) is about 3 GB and cannot be used for storage. RAM is used to handle running applications and the operating system.
  • 1. Touch Applications.
  • 2. Touch Settings.
  • 3. Scroll and touch Storage.
  • 4. The available memory is displayed.
  • The memory in your device tends to fill up as a result of normal usage.

    If the device starts to slow down, or applications suddenly shut down, you should consider the following:

    • Always have more than 100 MB of free internal storage and more than 100 MB of free RAM.
    • Close down running applications that you are not using.
    • Clear the cache memory for all applications.
    • Uninstall downloaded applications that you don't use.
    • Transfer photos, videos and music from the internal memory to the memory card.
    • If your device can't read content on the memory card, you may need to format it