iOS 10 How to Apply ‘Never Run Out of Storage’ in iPhone Smartphone?

Availability of enough storage in the 16GB iPhone models or even the higher capacity devices has always been an issue. Especially when you have to download some important app or to save some document and there is no storage left in the internal memory of your iPhone smartphone. To handle such situations, a special feature has been added in iOS 10 which enables the adjustment, safe download and installation of the required apps or doc in your iPhone.

This storage optimization feature, if enabled and switched on, will automatically work for you. In case, your iPhone is running low on storage, iOS 10 will manage to create the required room. This feature is added in iOS, keeping in the view that the one extra thing in your iPhone memory is the music from your music library which is either never listened or is played for a very time. For the purpose, the iOS 10 will remove and delete some of such songs and will create room for the app to download and install.

As a general conclusion, remember the number of songs, you will have to sacrify for the 1 GB of storage. It is; 200 songs for 1 GB of storage in the internal memory of your iPhone or iPad if you are using the iOS 10 operating system.

However, if you are still using a 16GB device, or even if you’re using a higher-capacity device and happening to be running low on storage, iOS 10 makes it easier to always keep room available. Thanks to a new storage optimization feature, users can take advantage of a setting that will automatically delete songs from a user’s music library if they haven’t been played for a while.

So, this is the time to activate this feature.

That’s all!

How to See Storage Used in Internal Memory of Apps of Android Marshmallow?

When the Android Marshmallow operating system refuses to download or install a new app, to save some docs, photos or videos, this is the indication that your internal storage for the further functioning of the OS has finished. On the other hand, sometimes, the operating system, bluntly, gives message that there is no further space available for the installation or download of the apps or for any other functions. This is time to clear the storage of your smartphone from some of the apps which are not necessary or less important for your smartphone.

After the decision to clear the storage of your internal memory, the next step is to decide about the apps which are to be deleted. This decision, partly, depends upon the usage and occupation of the storage of the apps in the internal memory of the smartphone. Now, you have to decide about the utility of the concerned app as compare to the storage used by the specific app.

Now, first of all see the storage, used by the apps and then do further actions. We have described the process to see the storage, used by the app in the internal memory of smartphone with the help of the illustrated screenshots. For the purpose, see the instructions.


1: Tap the icon of the ‘Settings’ app, placed currently by me in the bottom-right corner of the Home screen of the Android Marshmallow smartphone to open up the interface screen of ‘Settings’.2: At the ‘Settings’ screen, scroll down to the ‘Device’ section and tap the ‘Apps’.3: At the ‘Apps’ screen, select and tap the app about which you want to check the storage of the internal memory of smartphone. Tap that app to open up app info screen of the app.

4: At the ‘App info’ screen of the app, see; the storage, being used by this specific app in the internal memory of the smartphone. Such inspection of many apps may help you to decide to uninstall any app or its temporary disability.That’s all!

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How to See Internal Storage, Used by Apps in Android Marshmallow Devices?

Due to shortage of internal memory in your Android Marshmallow smartphone or tablet, it may slow down or refuses to download some of the apps, docs, photos or videos. This is a good idea to be careful about the availability of the internal memory by keeping closer eye upon the storage, being used by the apps.

Now, decide to continue the functioning of the specific apps and correlate them with its usefulness for the overall performance of the smartphone or tablet. If the utility of specific app is not on the better side, make hard decisions about it.

It is easier to check the internal storage, used by the individual apps. This is just a few steps process and we have placed the tutorial about it with illustrated screenshots in it. If you are feeling any need, feel free to see the tutorial.


1: To open up the ‘Settings’ screen, tap the icon of the ‘Settings’ app, placed at the bottom-right corner of the Home screen of my Android Marshmallow smartphone.2: At the ‘Settings’ screen, scroll down to the ‘Device’ section and tap the ‘Apps’ to open up the interface screen for the apps.3: At the ‘Apps’ screen, see a list of apps which are installed in your Android Marshmallow smartphone or tablet. See also the Internal storage, being used by different apps.Inspect each app, its utility and the internal storage, being used by each app. If the utility of individual app is low, it may be discarded or vice versa.

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How to Export Contacts to External Storage in Android 6.0.x Marshmallow?

It is a wise idea to save the contacts in any external storage for the safety and to avoid damage and wastage in case of sudden accidental destruction or wastage of the contacts data during the careless usage by self or the other guest users. If the contacts are stored in any external device or in any other place within the mobile device, they can be restored at any time.

Android Marshmallow smartphones and other devices have the built-in feature to save and store the contacts. You may store them in following storage mechanisms:

  • Internal Storage
  • SD Card

If you need help to store the data, feel free to see the instructions.


1: Tap the ‘Dialer’ app icon on the bottom left corner of your Android 6.0.x Marshmallow smartphone or other device to open up the ‘Dialer’ app screen.MarshmallowExportContacts-12: At the ‘Dialer’ app screen, tap the 3-digit settings button, place at the top right corner of the screen but immediately below the status bar. I will open up a popup menu.MarshmallowExportContacts-23: At the popup menu, tap the ‘Import/export’. MarshmallowExportContacts-34: It will open up a popup prompt, named; ‘Import/export contacts’ with 4 different options:

  • Import from .vcf file
  • Import from SIM card
  • Export to .vcf file
  • Share visible contacts

Tap the ‘Export to .vcf file’. It will start reading from SIM card.MarshmallowExportContacts-4

MarshmallowExportContacts-54: Then, operating system will ask you in a popup prompt to allow the OS to access photos, media and files on your device. To proceed, tap ‘ALLOW’.MarshmallowExportContacts-65: Now, the operating system will ask your choice to save / store the contacts in any of the following ways:

  • Recents
  • Downloads
  • Internal Storage
  • SD card

Tap any of your choice. I tapped ‘SD card’.MarshmallowExportContacts-76: See; your contacts are being saved in the ‘SD card’ with the name of ‘contacts.vcf’ file.

If you want to save the same in SD card, tap ‘SAVE’ and the contacts will be saved in the ‘SD card’ with the same name.MarshmallowExportContacts-8Now, whenever, you feel need, you may adopt the same procedure to import contacts from .vcf file.

That’s all!

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How to see the available free storage in Windows 10 easily [Video]

Windows 10 is optimized for low disk footprint and takes just 10GB of storage but, the apps installed can take much more space. Windows 10 has made it very easy to see how much free space is available across all your devices.

Simply follow the instructions below and you will be able to see how much storage is available on your Windows 10 device.


  • First of all, open up ‘Settings’ app (3 best ways to open Settings app)
  • Now, navigate to ‘System’ > ‘Storage’ section.
  • Here you will see all the disk drives of your Windows 10 PC along with external drives. The bars shows the total and used space of your Windows 10 device.


  • That’s all!

Here is a quick video showing the same process.


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Tutorial & Video to Check Drives to See Used & Free Storage in Windows 10

Decisions to add more apps and software are mainly affected by the availability of free space. It is always a good idea to keep on checking the storage in hard drive due to reason that more and more free storage may cause your Windows to perform better and quickly. In addition, whenever you feel need to install some important app or software, low storage space my hinder in the process.


See a Video of ‘YouTube’, our partner channel, to check and see the used and available space in different drives of PC hard drive. Please do read the captions as they explain step by step instructions.

If there is shortage of storage space, you may like to get uninstalled some of the unnecessary apps to get free space for the new installations. Sometimes, you feel need to install some apps for a specific purpose. After completion of that purpose, you must uninstall that app. Games are such an example as they occupy a lot of space but after playing for a few times, they lose attraction and need is felt to uninstall them.

App are installed, by default, in ‘C Drive’ of your PC hard drive. But, you may decide to change the installation destination at the time of installation.

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How to Import Contacts from Storage in Android 5.1 Lollipop Devices?

It is normal practice to protect the contacts by saving and exporting the contacts to the storage. But, in case some of the contacts in phone book are destroyed or deleted by mistake or unintentionally, you may feel the need to import contacts from the storage. You may do so easily.

If you feel any need, see the instructions.


1: Tap icon of the ‘Phone Dialer’ app on the Home screen of your Android 5.1 Lollipop device to open up the ‘Phone Dialer’ app screen.LollipopImportContactsFromStorage-12: At the ‘Phone Dialer’ app screen, tap the settings button, placed on the top right corner of the ‘Phone Dialer’ app screen. It will open up a popup menu.LollipopImportContactsFromStorage-23: Tap the ‘Import/export’ in the popup menu. It will open up a prompt, displaying the 4 options.LollipopImportContactsFromStorage-34: Tap the ‘Import from storage’ in the prompt.LollipopImportContactsFromStorage-44: Here, you will see a message that Android is searching for the vCard data on the SD card. After few seconds, it will stop, indicating that contacts are being copied to the internal storage / phone book of your Android device.LollipopImportContactsFromStorage-5That’s all!

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How to Move Apps from the SD Card to the Phone Internal Storage of Android 4.4.4 KitKat Device?

When you have shifted, installed, moved or downloaded some apps on the SD card of your Android 4.4.4 KitKat device, you may move / move back the apps to the internal storage of your phone. It may be necessary to vacate some space on the SD card for storing some important data or to increase the performance of your Android phone or to install more apps in it.

But remember; only the apps, which are downloaded to SD Card, can be moved to phone storage.

It is simple process if the instructions are followed.


Command Line: Settings > Apps – DEVICE > Apps: ON SD CARD.

1: Follow the Command Line to open up the ‘Apps’ screen.

2: Swipe to the right of the screen to the ‘ON SD CARD’.

3: Tap any app to check the ‘App info’ of any app. If the ‘Move to phone’ button on the ‘App info’ screen is enabled, it can be moved to the phone internal storage.



4: Tap any app, which is checked, and see the status of the ‘App info’. See the ‘Move to phone’ button is there and is enabled. KitKat-Apps-to-Phone3


5: Tap the ‘Move to phone’ and see its status is changed to ‘Moving’. After few moments, the status of the ‘Moving’ will be changed to ‘Move to SD card’, indicating that the app has been moved to the phone internal storage.


6: See on the ‘ON SD CARD’, the app, moved to the phone is not checked now, i.e. move from SD card.KitKat-Apps-to-Phone8

KitKat-Apps-to-Phone6That’s all!

How to Move Downloaded Apps from Internal Storage to SD Card in Android 4.4.4 KitKat Device?

 When you have got the SD card, inserted and installed in your Android 4.4.4 KitKat device, with exceptionally large external storage capacity, then you must use its good storage capacity to lessen the load on your Android device. It will not only increase its speed but also will smoothen the working of your Android device. After moving some of the apps to the SD card, you may get more space in the USB storage of your Android device to download and install more apps in it.

But, you must keep in mind that all those apps which are either built in in the OS, which need to remain attached with the OS or Apps preferred by Google to work in close association with Android OS, cannot be removed from internal storage.

For the purpose, follow the instructions.


Command Line: Settings > Apps – DEVICE > Apps.

1: Follow the Command Line to open up the ‘Apps’ screen.

2: At the ‘Apps’ screen, see a list of the DOWNLOADED apps.

3: Tap any app to open its ‘App info’.


4: Scroll the ‘App info’ downward and see the ‘Move to SD card’ button is disabled, i.e. Android OS does not allow to move this app to SD card.


5: Go back to DOWNLOADED app and select and tap any other app which can be moved.


6: Scroll down to the ‘App info’ and see the ‘Move to SD card’ button is active and enabled, i.e. it can be moved to SD card. KitKat-Apps-Move-5

7: Tap the ‘Move to SD card’ button and it will be disabled, and in background, its status is changed to ‘Moving’. KitKat-Apps-Move-6

8: Go back to the DOWNLOADED apps screen and see the moved apps is not there.

9: Swipe the screen to the right to the ‘ON SD CARD’ and the app which was moved from DOWNLOADED is checked. i.e. it is there. KitKat-Apps-Move-7

Now, start shifting unnecessary DOWNLOADED apps to SD card and get your Android device, quicker and speedier.

That’s all!

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How to Set Camera Snaps Storage Destination in SD Card in Android 4.4.4 KitKat

Picture and snaps, taken with phone camera, consume a major part of storage, leaving aside a small memory for the apps performance. This is the major cause of the slow performance of the phone devices. But, introduction of the phone camera in modern era mobile devices has created unending lust in the Android phone camera users for more and more photo graphs. Understanding the issue, Android has introduced an option in the Android 4.4.4 KitKat OS to select the storage place in the phone devices.

If you want to save a lot of storage space in internal storage of your phone to enjoy its smooth operations, it is better to store your photographs in SD card.


To do so, follow the instructions.


Command Line: Camera app > Settings > Settings – Semi-Circle Floating Menu > More Options > Popup Menu –

1: Tap Camera app icon to open the Camera.

2: Tap ‘Settings’ button, given at the bottom right corner of the Camera screen. It will open up a semi-circle floating menu.KitKat-Camera-Destination13: Tap the ‘Settings’ in the semi – circle floating menu and it will move the semi-circle floating menu a little higher.

4: Do not lift your finger from the semi-circle menu and move it to the ‘More Options’. It will open up a popup menu.  KitKat-Camera-Destination2

5: See the default destination is USB, internal storage. Tap it to change and a prompt will open up.

6: See the current destination folder for storage is ‘USB Storage’. KitKat-Camera-Destination37: Tap the ‘SD Card’ to change to the Destination of storage for the Camera. KitKat-Camera-Destination4Now, all the photographs will be stored in the SD Card of your Android 4.4.4 KitKat device. If you want to increase the capacity for the storage, insert a SC card with a bigger capacity. KitKat-Camera-Destination5That’s all!

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