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Free up Android phone’s storage without deleting apps

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Insufficient space in your mobile? Don’t worry, we will tell you 3 ways how you can free up space Android phone without deleting any apps. Many individuals struggle with the lack of storage space in their phones, which prevents them from downloading the apps they need, recording videos, taking images, and performing many other storage-related chores.

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Just follow the below tips on how to free up space on Android without deleting apps. Let’s begin:

Use storage manager

Do you know that Samsung has a built-in storage manager you can use to easily erase useless data and it is free to use on your phone? Just do the following actions to use their storage manager:

  1. On your Samsung phone, go to Settings.
  2. Next, click on Device and Battery Care.
  3. Access the menu for storage.
  4. You can delete duplicate and huge files by looking through your phone’s recycle bin.

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Google Photos

All Android smartphones come pre-installed with Google Photos, a Google product. For maintaining a backup of their data, many users utilize it. You can remove the data with this effective tool. Let’s dive into it:

  1. Open the Google Photos application.
  2. Select your profile photo by tapping on it in the top right corner.
  3. Next, choose the option to free up space.
  4. Next, see how much space you can free up on your phone.
  5. You may also delete backed-up data from your phone using the same menu.

Use Cloud storage

You can free up space on your Android device by using cloud storage. In order to free up more space on your Android phone without deleting any apps, the best alternative is to upload your images and movies to Google Drive or One Drive, where you can then erase them from your phone once they have been uploaded to the cloud storage.

Chanakya Shrutam is the lead writer and Editor-in-chief at Sammyfans.com. He is experienced in the field of App development for Android, Machine learning, and graphics designing. Most of the time he writes news articles and stays in front of his computer but he also takes some time off to practice calligraphy with new fountain pens.

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Android 15 might let you share AI-generated wallpapers

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Google introduced the AI Wallpaper feature with the Pixel 8 series. The same functionality is also available in Samsung’s Galaxy S24 series thanks to Genini Nano. Now, Google is preparing to make AI-generated wallpapers sharable with Android 15.

Pixel’s ability to create AI-generated wallpapers is quite popular among users. Currently, the feature only allows users to generate stunning wallpapers and apply on the home screen and lock screen. Sharing with someone presently requires to be saved as a screenshot.

Threads user @the_husbandalorian discovered interesting evidence in the latest Beta. The company is working on a new option in Android 15 to share AI-generated wallpapers. A new share button is added on the preview screen in the wallpaper picker interface.

 

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The preview will display how the wallpaper will be applied to your phone’s home or lock screen. The pencil button will allow you to refine the prompt used to create the wallpaper. Share button is all you need to share AI-generated wallpaper with others.

At present, the ability to share AI-generated wallpaper is broken. It suggests the feature is still under development and requires additional work. The next Beta might make it functional for Beta users, and we guess public availability with a Stable rollout.

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Samsung Android 15 Update: One UI 7 Ineligible Devices [LIST]

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Samsung is very well known for its excellent after-sales service and software support. The company announced that it will provide up to 7 years of major OS upgrades and security updates for its flagship devices, starting with the Galaxy S24 series. This is a remarkable achievement that will allow Samsung users to enjoy the latest features and security enhancements for a long time.

Not all Samsung devices will be eligible for the upcoming Android 15-based One UI 7 update, which is expected to bring several new features and improvements. Some older and lower-end models of the Galaxy A, Galaxy M, and Galaxy F series have reached the end of their software upgrade cycles, and will not receive any further OS updates.

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However, these devices will still receive security patches for another year, but they will miss out on the new features and benefits of One UI 7.

Samsung One UI 7 Ineligible Devices

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Samsung Android 15 One UI 7 Ineligible Device List

The following is the list of Samsung devices that will not get the Android 15 One UI 7 update:

Galaxy A series 

  • Galaxy A04s
  • Galaxy A13
  • Galaxy A23
  • Galaxy A72
  • Galaxy A52
  • Galaxy A52 5G
  • Galaxy A52s

Galaxy M series 

  • Galaxy M53 5G
  • Galaxy M33 5G
  • Galaxy M23

Galaxy F series

  • Galaxy F23

If you own any of these devices, you may want to consider upgrading to a newer model that will support One UI 7 and beyond.

Note: The list is compiled on software update policy and previous rollouts. 

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Android 15 Beta 3 is here with Platform Stability, tweaks and plenty of fixes

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Google released the third Beta of Android 15 for Pixel phones. With the rollout of Beta 3, Android 15 reached the Platform Stability milestone, which is a pretty exciting development. It brings us one step closer to a final and stable release later this year.

Android 15 Beta 4 might be released next month, followed by a Stable release expected by October. Google has made some notable changes in the experience and functionalities through Beta 3. The update is available for the Pixel 6 up through the newly launched Pixel 8a.

Build Details:

  • Release date: June 18, 2024
  • Build: AP31.240517.022
  • Emulator support x86: (64-bit), ARM (v8-A)
  • Security patch level: June 2024
  • Google Play services: 24.16.17

Android 15 Beta 3 – What’s new?

As discovered by 9to5Google, Beta 3 of Android 15 brings a redesigned wallpaper editor, adaptive timeout, a more prominent Circle to Search off switch, Android Safe Browsing, the ability to show long app names, and an updated Android 15 system icon.

Additional user-facing changes include: the volume menu can no longer be minimized, ‘Speakers and displays’ label removed, Device & app notifications turned Notification read, reply & control, a shortcut to Color contrast preferences in Settings > Display, and Home Controls screensaver for Pixel Tablet.

Resolved issues

Resolved developer-reported issues

  • Fixed an issue where disabling polling using the setDiscoveryTechnology method didn’t disable polling.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented the system sharesheet from loading in some cases.
  • Fixed an issue that caused the system Settings app to crash when accessing screen saver options.
  • Fixed an issue that sometimes caused the screen unlock icon to be displayed when notifications were on screen.
  • Fixed an issue that prevented mobile network security settings from being changed.

Other resolved issues

  • Fixed an issue with the Android Emulator that caused Simpleperf to crash when running a CPU profile.

Bluetooth resolved issues

  • Resolved an issue where Bluetooth LE scans could persist in the system after an app crash.
  • Fixed a bug in Bluetooth LE legacy advertising, where AdvertisingSet.setScanResponseData did not return ADVERTISE_FAILED_DATA_TOO_LARGE when scan response data exceeded the 31-byte limit.
  • Fixed a bug that caused LE connection failures on the GATT server by passing the address type from BluetoothGattServer.connect to native.
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