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shehroz adeel On Saturday, 26 October 2013



Samsung Galaxy Y has only 190 mb internal memory.Which is of course very low for most users .So if we increase the internal memory we can install as many more apps and games as we like without worriying about Internal memory full error.You can increase internal memory of any android phone here with instructions.



"Try this procedure at your own
risk. I will not be held responsible
if your sd card is empty so take backup
Don't worry nothing will happen to your phone even if anything goes wrong".
Downloads :
1.CWM : click here


Instructions :
1. You first need to root your
Samsung Galaxy Y. If your phone

2.proceed with caution and
backup your data first!.
You can’t obviously increase your internal memory literally. But you can allow your Android to use some of your SD card’s storage to use as internal memory to install applications and games directly. This helps you keep your phone running at an excellent condition as well as let you install as many games and apps as you wish.
There are two steps for it
If you Skip these steps in green then follow the steps in Orange
3.Switch off your phone and boot into recovery mode by pressing the following keys at the same time; Volume up +Home button +lock button.


4.you are now in Recovery mode here Touch screen does not work use volume up and down button to go up and down and home button to select.


5.Select “apply update from sd card”, then select “skin1980-G1- S5360+CWM.zip” On the screen “ClockworkMod Recovery v”, select “advanced” now select “Advanced and Debugging”, select “Partition SD Card” On the screen “For Ext Size”,


6.Select the size you will want your new internal memory storage to be. A max size of 1024 MB (1GB) is advised.
7.On the  “swap size” screen , select 0M Now you wait a minute for your SD card to be partitioned.
8.Afterwards, select “reboot recovery”, then select “reboot system now”.
Partition using MiniTool
First, connect your memory card using a card reader(dont even think of usb cable) and download MiniTool Partition Wizard Home Edition from here.
Once installed, run MiniTool. Make sure you keep a back up your SD card.Select your SD card from the listing and delete it. All your data will be gone at this stage. So remember to back up earlier.
·         Now select “Create as” on that drive letter.
·         Select “Primary”.
·         If the size is less than 2GB, select file system FAT. If it’s more than 2GB, select FAT32.
·         Do not select the whole card as partition size. Turn the slider to the left and leave some space on “unallocated space”. This will be the second “EXT” partition of your SD card.
·         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.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/wiki/images/f/f2/Minitoolpartitionwizard_Step3createEXTorSWAP.jpg
Now, click OK and then click the Apply button from the top left of the window. It might take some time for the operation to finish.
Once done, restore the data to your SD card. On Windows, you will always get connected to the first partition of your SD card because Windows does not recognize ext2 file system which is the second partition of your SD card.
On Linux, though, make sure to restore your data to the drive that is significantly larger. Because your second partition is always the smaller one and you don’t want to fill up your second partition with media files!
Now you just need to configure Link2SD to connect to this second partition and link apps and games.
9.Your phone will reboot.Install link2sd on your phone.
 Now Select link2sd Choose “recreate
mount script”, then select “ext3″.
After reeboot when you open link2sd “recreate 
mount script” you will see that your partition is 
selected is an ext partition


10.Reboot your phone. After your
phone reboots, you may launch
the linksd app again and move
installed software to the partition
you created by “linking” them.



Enjoy.


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