How to fix the "Error: Insufficient space on Android" message

You know you have enough space, but still, you get the annoying "error, insufficient space" message on your Android smartphone. Do not panic! We explain how to clear cache memory to fix Android error.
How to fix the "Error: Insufficient space on Android" message

Today, new Android phones come with plenty of available memory. It is normal that even if you take and take thousands of photos, the memory never ends. However, not all of us are lucky to have a next-generation mobile. 

If this is your case, it is very likely that you have internal memory problems. In fact, the Android operating system will take up a large part of that internal memory. 

Many times, with a couple of extra applications and several photos or videos, the internal memory will reach its limit. 

If the internal memory of your Android smartphone is so limited, surely you have ever seen the message: "insufficient memory", especially if you are trying to update an already installed application or if you are trying to install a new app on your Android mobile.

You may have already done everything considered obvious, that is, delete applications that you do not use, insert an external microSD memory, clean your download folder, or even delete all your photos and videos.

Sometimes we also get to restore the smartphone to its factory settings, and the error of "insufficient memory" continues to appear.

Why? Cache.

If you don't feel like having to replace your device with one that has more internal memory, don't worry, you can still fix your Android smartphone if you know how to delete the unnecessary cache.

How to Clear Cache on Android

If you have already deleted all the files that you don't need and you still get the “insufficient memory” error message, then you definitely need to clear the cache of your Android device.

1. Clear all cache memory

On most Android smartphones, it is a simple task. You just have to open 'Settings' in the start menu and go to the 'Storage' section.

If you have a MicroSD card in which you store file and application data, two options will appear: 'Shared internal storage' and 'SD card'.

Tap on the 'Shared internal storage' option and then on 'Cached data'.

A window will open saying: “Clear cached data?”, Select 'OK' to clear all cache of applications.

In this way, you are deleting all cache data from the phone, but if you prefer to delete cache data only from certain applications, then you can do it by going to the settings of each application.

2. Clear app cache individually

To clear app cache individually, go to 'Settings> Apps'.

In this section, the list of all the applications you have installed will appear, select the app you want and tap on the 'Storage' section.

Once here, select the 'Clear cache' option, and all the cache data stored by that application will disappear from your Android smartphone, leaving you free space so you can update, download or take more photos and videos.

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