If you own a Not-Rooted Android device, you have for sure faced Low Memory and Not Enough Memory issues when trying to install new applications or copying files in to the internal memory. Since the internal memory is limited and can not be increased (unless your Root your device), then you should always keep watching the reminiscing storage and make sure it always has sufficient available space.

In this AW Center article, we show you 5 easy steps to Free Up Space on Android devices:

** To keep track of internal memory of your device, go to: Settings > Storage > Internal Storage

1. Uninstall Unnecessary Apps
The first steps is uninstalling unnecessary apps which are barely used but occupy much storage. Have you ever thought about the number of useless apps installed on your device? Well, no take some time and uninstall the applications you really don't need.

2. Move Apps to External Storage
The second thing you need to do, after uninstalling unused apps, is moving installed apps from internal memory to external storage. Note that, some devices with specific ROM don't let this action, the developers must have let the moving, and some widgets may not work properly if the main application is move to external storage.
To move apps to external storage, go to Settings > Apps, tap on the application you would like to move, and tap Move to SD Card.
You can also download and install AppMgr III (App 2 SD), which lets you move apps in batch.

3. Clear Cached Files for Installed Apps
When you install an application, it uses more space after installation, and this space is stored as Cached files. If you go t o Setting > Apps > Tap on an installed app, you would see how much cache this application is storing. Tapping the Clear Cache button will free up some memory. Consider deleting Chrome (as your default browser) and Gmail cache as a priority.
We also recommend using applications, developed specifically for managing memory and cleaning cache. Clean Master is indeed one of the best in its kind and makes the process of clearing the entire Cached files easy a cake. Read more about how to use clean master.

4. Clear Application Data for Installed Apps
Clearing cached files removes just temporarily files, it has no risk of losing some save data (like updates or save notes). But you need to be more careful when clearing the data stored for installed apps, since they may include some settings, saved pages, accounts or stuff like this. To clear app data, follow this path: Settings > Apps > Tap on an installed apps > tap on Clear Data

5. Use Cloud Storage Applications More Often
If you have a big archive of music, video or pictures, you may even use the internal memory of your device to keep some of your files. One easy solution to expand your memory is using the cloud storage applications and delete the copy from your device. Available service are Google Drive, DropBox, Box, SkyDrive, and many more which offer free space too.

What are the other ways you frequently use to free up space on Android phones and tablet,  and make more free interna lstorage?