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Free Up Android Phone's Internal Storage

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How to delete unwanted widgets in the widgets folder?

I own a Samsung Galaxy Core II

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  • Open "Apps."
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Insufficient space error while updating any application?

I have a 32GB external SD card. Internal phone storage is 0.98GB and out of it 873MB are used. How do I free this space and in future make sure this space is not used any more

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