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5gb of storage
#1
hello everyone, android is installed on a micro sd of 32 go and it is indicated that the storage memory is 5.69 gb I do not understand why
 I'm french

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#2
Expand it.
Go to LXTerminal
Type sudo tinker-config
click on advanced options
click on A1 Expand Filesystem
Hopefully that will work. I don't know if Android has this or some other method. This is for TinkerboardOS.
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#3
ah thanks for the info i did not know that linux also had this problem but on android we have no access to the terminal: /
 I'm french

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#4
You may take the SD card on a PC and by the help of gparted (a linux program) to modify or expand your partiitions. If you don't have a linux machine running, then you may download a live CD and run gparted from there. E.g get the Ubuntu 18.04 and start it, without installation.
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#5
A factory reset inside android settings should expand the filesystem to fill the card
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#6
It's good I reset and storage is 27gb thanks a lot!
 I'm french

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