After a night in makeshift shelters or among ruined homes, people in southern Java woke to the first dawn after a strong earthquake.
More than 4,200 died when the 6.3 magnitude quake hit the southern coast of Java early on Saturday, devastating the city of Yogyakarta.
Young and old are still recovering from their injuries as medical services remain overstretched.
Hospitals in Bantul, the worst hit area, are overcrowded and many people are being treated outdoors.
Survivors are filling all available beds indoors.
Indonesian troops are continuing to search for survivors and make some ruins safe.
Some people were left to sift through the mess that was once their home to try to salvage some possessions.
There have been transport problems, but some trains appeared to be running.