I get this sometimes(not often) for one of my projects, couple of classes only
Installation error: INSTALL_FAILED_INSUFFICIENT_STORAGE
How do I increase emulator’s storage?
This answer is, as I write this, nearly eight years old, and about five years stale. But it’s still (as I write this) the “accepted” answer, because it answered the question when it was asked.
The newer answer, that applies to the newer Android Studio tools, can be found here: https://stackoverflow.com/a/35828035/62 — it’s a great answer with screen shots. If you’re using Android Studio, ignore the Eclipse answer below.
Original Eclipse-based Answer
I was searching for the answer to this question, and was unsatisfied with the above answers. But then I found the answer, so here it is for future reference:
To summarize (and clarify), in Eclipse, go to “Debug Configurations”. You can find that in the drop-down under the “debug” icon. Select “target”, and select a preferred emulator target to launch. Then under “additional emulator command line options,” add this:
Then CLOSE the emulator (and remove any devices), and click the debug icon, which will launch the preferred emulator you selected. This is important: Eclipse needs to launch the debugger, not AVD.
That fixed the problem for me.