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Default How to Free Up Space on Your Android Phone with One Tap, Thanks to Google Photos

Letís be real here: modern smartphones have limited storage. While theyíre coming with a lot more than they used to, itís easy to fill 32GB without even realizing it. And with todayís high-end cameras, well, pictures and videos can quickly consume a big part of that.

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