The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 comes with massive memory storage, most devices sold in the US are included with 32GB of internal SD card, not only that, this device is also equipped with an external SD Card slot up to 64GB, making it enough to store dozens of HD video or installing huge games. Although it has huge memory storage, but sometimes you will get “Insufficient Storage Available” error message on your Galaxy Note 3 when installing an app from the Google Play Store, even though you know that the internal and external SD Card is not full and there is still an unused space available.
Calm, you’re not alone, there are few Galaxy Note 3 users also experiencing this insufficient storage issue. Most likely the problem is derived from Play Store app itself, but might also arrive from other app that eating up memory with its cache.
Here are some steps that might solve the Play Store’s insufficient storage issue on the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, should work on all variants: AT&T (SM-N900A), Verizon (SM-N900V), Sprint (SM-N900P), etcetera.
- Go to Settings -> General -> App Manager, look for Play Store then wipe cache.
- Go to Account settings, remove all Google account, then re-enter your account credential.
- If the above two solutions can not resolve your problem, try to delete cache of the app that you use the most.
- Especially for those who use Link2SD app, go to Settings, then change to Auto Link. If the problem still not gone away, you could try to turn off the Auto Link settings.