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Re: No disk space issue
I had a similar issue a while ago (like months ago). One thing I
tried, is to try using command line apt to repair stuff. I had use apt
and apt-get to fix it. So, run apt update && apt full-upgrade -y &&
apt-get autoremove -y, then try individual stuff. Use apt purge and
apt install, apt-get check, apt-get autoremove, apt install, use dpkg
to reinstall, use dpkg to reset some config files, then see what you
can isolate as the issue. With luck, it was a one-time issue from some
error that wasnt properly handled, and this fixes it. If not, please
seek other people's advice. I'm no master, just an experienced user.
On Thu, Jun 1, 2017 at 2:39 PM, Daniel Drennan ElAwar <drennan@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Nexus 5, everything was working great after I switched over to the official ubports image, and I figured out how to set the background image....
> I tried to push some music onto the phone, and at a certain point I got the "less than 5% disk space" warning.
> After that, things wouldn't work right: Apps wouldn't open, some disappeared completely.
> I deleted the added music to free up space, but there are still issues.
> My network icon at the top has been replaced with "indicator-network".
> Updates work, but I can't manually do them: there is a message to "connect to the Internet to check for updates".
> The phone and messaging works, but their button is missing from System Settings.
> And the old problem I had a long time ago on the Nexus 4 of having to delete the database files for the music app is back if I want that to work.
> QUESTION: (sorry) would it just be easier to back up and re-install? Or is there an easier fix? I've tried reformatting the cache, but this doesn't do much....
> Thank you in advance!
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