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I have a HTC Desire and its internal memory leaves much to be desired. Transfer all I can to the SD but I still run out of space every few minutes because there are many applications that do not. Is there any way to increase the internal memory? Thank you very much.

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I think you can not increase the internal memory but I think there are applications or some programs that you put it in the phone and let you move to the SD applications that leave not normally good you hope to see you helped but do not get me to agree on how to do xD
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As root you can emulate the external memory and internal, can also partition the sd card leaving a partition for the internal memory (emmc) and one for applications (data), and partitions can be the size you want depending on the size of our microsd.
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  • Your android phone (must be rooted)
  • Memory card (2Gb and above only)
  • A memory card reader (dont use a phone!)
  • A computer
  • Download and instal MiniTool from here to your computer
  • Link2SD application (should be downloaded on Google play store
  • Backup your memory card (copy all the data on it to a folder on your compute
+9 votes
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Steps to increasing your android internal memory

Step 1: Backing up your memory card:

  • before attempting this, make sure you have backed up all the files and folders on your memory card to your computer by easily coping the whole memory card and pasting into a folder on your computer.

Step 2: Partitioning your memory card:

  • connect your memory card to your computer using a memory card reader (dont use a phone and USB cable) and take note of the letter assigned to it by your computer on my computer page example (F:), (D:) etc .
  • Open the installed MiniTool on your computer.
  • Right click on your memory card letter (example D:, F;) and click delete.
  • Now you will see the memory card showing unallocated space, right click on it again and select create as.
  • Select primary
  • If your memory card size is less than 2GB, select file system FAT. If it’s more than 2GB, select FAT32.
  • Now go down and reduce the size of your memory card on partition size so that there will be space on unallocated space (that will be your added memory, so you can choose any size you want)
  • Now, choose the unallocated space again and select Create as -> Primary
  • Now, choose EXT2 file system. You can let the whole space take over in this step.
  • Now click ok and click apply on the top menu.
  • Wait for it to finish and you have successfully partitioned your memory card.
  • copy your data backed up on your computer back to the memory card and insert it into your phone and boot it

Step 3: Configuring Link2SD:

  • Now open Link2SD which you have downloaded from Google play store on your phone
  • Link2SD will ask you to select the file system of your second permission, choose ext2.
  • Now click okay, the phone will ask to get restarted, click oka so it will restart itself.
  • A dialogue box will come up after the restart click okay
  • Now their is a funnel-like icon on the top part click it you will see different options choose on internal(see picture below)
any disadvantages???
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