Posted by Jayce Ooi as Hardware
My 16GB Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9500 has only 8.82 GB of usable user storage compare to Galaxy S3 with 11.25 GB. That’s 2.43 GB less. Can Samsung really increase user storage size for Galaxy S4? Yes, if Samsung decides to repartition Galaxy S4 storage structure. But will that affect overall performance. Let’s find out.
Galaxy S4 storage info on System Panel
Finally, the official SkyDrive for Android from Microsoft arrived at Google Play Store. I can access to my 25GB SkyDrive content from my Android devices officially now. Well, SkyDrive is an online cloud storage from Microsoft just like Dropbox (I have 22.23 GB permanent free storage now. HeHe…). Store your files at SkyDrive so you can access them from virtually any device.
Google Nexus 7 does not have microSD card slot. Adding extra SD card to increase storage space is not an option. You will face low disk space issue sooner or later especially for those with 8GB storage model (like mine). My Amazon Kindle Fire serves me well even with 8GB storage only. However, situation is not the same with Nexus 7 because it supports lot of interesting Android games with NVIDIA Tegra 3 GPU. And most of these advanced 3D games require lot of disk space. Luckily, I manage to put most of my music, photo and video on external storage like USB flash drive. And connect it with USB OTG cable when needed. Of course, with the help of StickMount application too. Note – root access is required.
USB flash drive on Nexus 7
Dropbox is a free service that lets you bring all your photos, docs, and videos anywhere. Yup, Dropbox is your free online cloud storage. Any file you save to Dropbox also instantly saves to your computers, phones, and the Dropbox website. Dropbox works with Windows, Mac, Linux, iPad, iPhone, Android and BlackBerry. Besides, you can share folders easily to allow friends and family to view you photos, videos or any files.
Dropbox ~ Your free online cloud storage
Posted by Jayce Ooi as How to
GParted Live is not the only way to partition SD card for A2SD+ NAND Android ROM. There is a built-in advanced function in ClockworkMod Recovery to help create ext3 partition on your SD card. And it is easier than GParted Live method but you need to get ClockworkMod Recovery installed first…