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Memory all used up

Seems like all memory on vario i is taken up with short video clips and pictures. installed storage card, but it does not show up. not even able to sync emails and use usb to pc to transfer pictures and videos.
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Delete most clips

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SOURCE: all memory on vario i

try a reset of the phone or reformat the memory card then try again.

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