How to Increase the Internal Memory of Samsung Galaxy Y
Samsung Galaxy is the one of the cheapest android mobile phone released by Samsung. It is a budget mobile phone so many people are using this mobile phone. But it having only 180 MB. This is not enough to install many application in your device. The solution for the problem is to share the SD memory to the mobile internal memory. Which means the SD memory will act as your internal memory. The concept of virtual memory has been behind in it. So here the tutorial is to how to solve this memory problem.
Note: This is your own risk
dfdg How to Increase the Internal Memory of Galaxy Y
- Before going to follow the procedure keep the backup on everything.
- Keep your mobile battery level above 70%.
- Before to to increase your mobile internal memory you must install CWM recovery on your device. [Tips to install CWM recovery visit here]
- Link2SD → Download Link [ 3.0 MB ]
- Before going to SD partitioning your device must be rooted. [Tip to root your Galaxy y here]
- Switch off your mobile and boot it into CWM recovery mode by pressing the following keys at the same time
- Volume Up + Home + Power Key.
- Volume Up and Volume Down Keys are used to navigation and Home is used to confirm your selection just like a OK button.
- Select the Advance and Debug option then select Partition SD Card.
- Then select the memory size you want to be internal memory from your SD card.
- On the Screen For EXT Card.
- On the screen labelled “Swap Size” Select 0M.
- Waiting until your device will partitioning your SD card.
- After partitioning select Reboot System Now option and reboot your device.
- After rebooting install the Link2SD application using the above download link.
- In your Link2SD application choose recreate mount script then select ext3.
- Finally reboot your device that all.
- Now your SD card will act as internal memory of your device.
Note: Keep in your mind don’t remove your SD card while your device on running it may causes some problem.
Via | XDA