Best Way to Fix Cache not Enough Error on Android

Not having enough storage space on your Android device is a common problem. You probably don’t realize you don’t have enough storage until you try to update an app and can’t. The solution to not having enough storage isn’t always buying a new phone.

You might have to make some tough decision on what you’ll need to erase to increase storage on your phone. But, doing some “Spring Cleaning” on your phone will give you that fresh start that will fix the not enough storage problem.

Is your Android smartphone showing you an error message saying "cache not enough, insert external SD card to download". If yes, it is likely because there is a software update available for your smartphone for example Infinix Note 3 smartphone.

You have attempted to run the update and got a pop-up with the following error message: “Cache not enough, please insert external SD card to download”. Just like the image below.

Don't worry, I will show you how to fix this "cache not enough" error message. Kindly follow the instructions below and you will have this error message gone and your smartphone will be upgraded.

How to Fix "Cache not enough, please insert external SD card to download" error:

  1. First, you need a microSD card. A 4GB or 8GB capacity SD card is Recommended.
  2. When you insert the memory card into the Note 3, you will be presented with the option to use it as internal memory or portable storage. 
  3. Select use as portable storage.
  4. Now, go run the software update again and it should download without popping up that error message any more.
If you got this error message on a smartphone other than the Infinix Note 3, the steps above should have it fixed too. Do give it a try.

Don’t forget to keep your phone well charged before running any software update. Also, be sure to back your files up to avoid losing any of them just in case something goes wrong during the update process.

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