Unless you bought a new Android phone with a mammoth 256 gb of space or the Google Pixel 2XL that offers unlimited storage pace for all your photos, you are sure to feel the need for more internal space on your Android. Sure SD cards may seem to work but they also do slow down your phone a lot and you wouldn't always want to depend on it. It's an effective method only if you want to increase a little bit of space. Android internal memory seems limited no matter what the capacity is. The regular app and system updates, images, music, videos, apps and other files fill up the internal memory over time. Then comes one day you don't have space for anything else!
If you find yourself in such a situation, use the following ways to free up your Android internal memory. Solution 1: Insert An SD Card into Your Android Phone/Tablet If your Android permits the use of SD card, go get one! Be sure to note the capacity of SD card that your mobile supports. The SD card can be used to store music, videos, images, apps and anything that the internal memory holds. This will keep the internal memory free for updates and system files only.