On Mon, 14 Apr 2014 15:39:53 -0700, The Real Bev wrote:
BTW, with the new 16GB/12.5GB Nexus 5 which T-Mobile sent
to replace the almost useless LG Optimus F3:
I'm done installing the necessary apps into the internal memory:
It seems, after the OS was installed, there was roughly
12.55GB of the original 16GB, so the OS took up about 3.5GB.
The pre-installed apps took up another few hundred MB such
that the Android 4.4.2 phone started with about 12.28GB:
Then, after I installed these basic smartphone apps:
The phone was left with about 10.72GB of available space:
So, just "my" list of basic apps alone, seem to take up (roughly)
about 2GB of storage space (this includes offline road maps for
California, which are a necessity, IMHO, for when you really
need it when there is no cell signal or your data plan is low).
When I plug in that 12.5GB Nexus 5 into Linux, it shows
"free space" of about 11.5GB, which is actually 1GB too high.
I'm not sure why.
On Wed, 09 Apr 2014 15:14:40 -0500, Jack Ryan wrote:
I don't see those specs of available user memory on the lG site.
I only see the 4GB of internal memory for the P769:
http://www.lg.com/us/cell-phones/lg-P769-optimus-l9 -> technical specifications
Even this LG pdf doesn't seem to mention the available user memory:
Memory: up to 4 GB Internal (external microSD slot is
expandable up to 32 GB) 4
Do you have a better source?
Who knows what the purpose or intent of these variations are.
As an aside, notice how "_d", "_q", & "_s" were quite odd results,
but "_b" was the best.
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