Dealing with an “insufficient storage available” error message on sgs II smartphone

My Samsung Galaxy S II phone has terrified me to the death pulling out for almost any application update an error message like “Insufficient storage available”
Luckily for me I have found a way to get rid of this, by applying the following procedure:

  • Open the Phone application and switch to Keypad
  • Dial *#9900# This will lead you to the SysDump application
  • On the screen that appears, click on the button labelled “Delete dumpstate/logcat” (which should be the second item in the list)

By doing this I was able to get back more than one gigabyte of system storage!
Looks like some smartphone models are in a heavy need of a logrotate application:)


GNOME 3.8 is underway

During the sources of the one of the most beautiful graphical desktop environments are landing on the official gnome server, I would like to forward the message to everyone that GNOME 3.8 is going to be released officially in the coming weeks.gnome 3.6 desktop It will have for sure a lot of new and great features, which increase the pleasure of computer usage. One the features I have discovered already is the integrated MTP support (via libmtp) in gvfs. It allows you in nautilus an out of the box connection, transfer and managing of you files with new Android devices, like tabs and smartphones, respectively. Enjoy!!!