Check Android Storage for Samsung Galaxy Tab S2
Edited by Train Wreck, Eng, VisiHow
There are many reasons you might want to see how much space is on your Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. To begin with, you may not realize how much space you have actually used on your system. Applications and system performance can just be sluggish, with everything running much more slowly. Other times, you may simply want to format the SD card on your Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, but aren't sure if you have enough memory to move files from the system to the SD card. In cases like this it's always a good idea to check the system memory before you decide on formatting your microSD the card. This tutorial will teach you to see how much storage you have used on your Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. It includes all storage memory, so you can see information on the system storage, as well as your removable microSD card.
See How Much Space You Have
- 7As you can see, the majority of our information on this device is being used by applications. To learn more about any of the files or applications stored in any of the settings simply tap once on the item.After tapping on used space, the system will calculate how much memory has been used for each item.
- 10You have learned how to your storage use!Congratulations!Advertisement
- Note that once you are in the pictures and videos section, or any other section, tapping on the more button may not give us the option to move our files, images, or other information to the SD card. In order to move information to the SD card, or from the SD card to the system, please view our tutorials on those topics.
- By default information is stored on the device. This is because many people do not have SD cards, and some models, such as the Samsung Galaxy S6 series, do not even offer SD card storage. This means that when you buy an SD card, you'll have to set up the device so that information is stored on the SD card. To learn how to do that please follow our tutorial on how to change the storage location of information from the system to the SD card, or from the SD card to the system.
See other tutorials on Galaxy Tab S2: Download and Install ES File Explorer on a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Insert Memory Card for Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Remove Memory Card for Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Move Apps from Memory Card to System Memory for Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Move Apps from System Memory to Memory Card for Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Check if a Samsung Charger or Cable Is Original, Move Images from Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 to SD Card, Move Images from SD Card to Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Unmount SD Card for Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Mount SD Card for Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, and Encrypt SD Card on Samsung Galaxy Tab S2.
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Recent edits by: Eng, Train Wreck