What To Do When Your Amazon Fire Tablet Storage Is Full

What To Do When Your Amazon Fire Tablet Storage Is Full

If you’re an Amazon Fire tablet user, you may have come across the problem of not being able to download any more apps because your device’s storage is full. This can be a real pain, especially if you’re trying to download a new game or app that you’re really excited about.

Luckily, there are a few things you can do to free up some space on your Amazon Fire tablet so you can continue downloading new apps and games. In this blog post, we’ll share with you some tips on how to do just that.

1. Uninstall apps that you’re not using

If you have apps on your Amazon Fire tablet that you’re not using, then get rid of them! Uninstalling apps that you don’t use can free up a lot of space on your device, and it’s really easy to do. Just go to the Settings menu and select “Apps & Games.” From there, you can tap on an app and select “Uninstall.”

2. Delete unused files and data

Another way to free up some space on your Amazon Fire tablet is to delete unused files and data. This includes things like old photos, videos, and downloaded files that you no longer need. To delete these types of files, just go to the Settings menu and select “Storage.” From there, you can tap on an app and select “Clear Cache” or “Clear Data.”

3. Move apps to a microSD card

If your Amazon Fire tablet has a microSD card slot, you can use this to your advantage to free up space on the device. Just go to the Settings menu and select “Apps & Games.” From there, you can tap on an app and select “Move to SD Card.” This will move the app from your device’s internal storage to the microSD card, freeing up space on your Amazon Fire tablet.

4. Use Amazon’s Cloud Drive

If you have an Amazon account, you can make use of the company’s Cloud Drive service to store files and data off of your Amazon Fire tablet. Just go to the Settings menu and select “Cloud Drive.” From there, you can upload files to Amazon’s servers, freeing up space on your device.

5. Perform a factory reset

If all else fails, you can always try performing a factory reset on your Amazon Fire tablet. This will delete all of the data and files on your device, so make sure you backup anything that you want to keep before doing this. To factory reset your Amazon Fire tablet, just go to the Settings menu and select “Device Options.” From there, you can tap on the “Reset to Factory Defaults” option.

We hope these tips help you free up some space on your Amazon Fire tablet so you can continue downloading new apps and games.

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