Hi, I realized that a Media Storage app consumes a lot of data - almost 70GB!
I have no idea, what exactly it is. I googled and it should be some new system how to work with storage for applications but... which is inside, which application uses it so much and how can I reduce the amount of consumed data? I have a lot of pictures stored in the storage but they are in different folder:
I tried wiping system cache, didn't help. Any idea?
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Sorry Lib, I don't think it was only wrong visualization.... because it is displayed the same with diferents apps. Are all the apps wrong? I don't think so....
With DIskUsage I have 52.6 GB of Media Storage (almacenamiento multimedia in spanish):
But with another app this size is the same: with Storage Analyser, I have the same size 52.6 GB for the Media Storage:
Each time I record a video, the DCIM and the Media Storage (com.google.android.providers.media.module) are increased with the same size.
Each media file is allocated twice!!
Can anyone please help me to erase the Media Storage? The buttons for deleting data and cache are deactivated (in grey):
I have a S21 of 128 GB but really I only can use 64 GB and I can not use an external sd card.... There are few Gigas for me.
Maybe, but it is not possible to have allocated all picture twice! There must be an option to disable it...
Unfortunetly, it's not correct.
Really, each media file is allocated twice 😞
Secured Folder is included in "Other", then it matches. In the Secure Folder is too much files but the total size matches - 95GB.