Make Your Used Space Visible With Storage Analyser
If you want to be sure what kind of data is consuming your storage space on either your SD card or Ext Storage, XDA forum member LeveloKment has written an app to help you analyse your storage.
Storage Analyser has the following features:
- Order the content by size or the amount of files or just alphabetical
- See the space used by applications using App2SD (.android_secure folder)
- Real Honeycomb tablet support
- Allows several columns depending on the screen size
The app supports all Android 2.1 devices and above, and is available to download free in the Market.
The XDA dev would like to maintain the application thread as a feedback and support channel for the XDA community.
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