My BJII is telling me I need to open storage. When I check the memory the STORAGE is maxed out at 155mb.
I have a 1GB storage card installed, but it has 870mb free space.
I cannot figure out how to fix the storage problem on the 155mb in the phone. I cannot find WHAT is using the storage up. I go to the memory function and all it shows it how much memory is being used - NOT what is using up the memory.
I have attempted to make sure I have no songs or photos loaded in the 155mb of the phone memory.
I am currently dealing with the same problem with my BJ III aka Samsung Jack. I had the BJ II before upgrading and had the same problems, but assumed that Samsung would have fixed this problem with the new phone. Apparantly NOT! Or it's just a stupid windows bug. idk, either way, it sucks! because i have deleted MOST of my messages, all of my "sent" and "deleted" folders in messaging, i've moved all pictures, sounds, media etc to my storage card, and yet STILL only have 10MB of storage available. oh, aaaand i ONLY have google maps installed as an add-on application. really? really samsung?!??!
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Start by checking storage space available. some older versions of android have a nag of accumulating useless data in some corners of the system. You may not be able to see what uses the space, but at least it will tell you if there is space or not. To help you, i need to know if there is actually any storage left or not.
This can be found in "settings -> storage"
Note: Internal storage = the onboard storage from the factory. memory is the RAM, nothing can be saved here. So if you have an EXTERNAL micro sd put in, please provide this information.
I experienced the same problem with my Kodak C330. I took it to Walgreens and the tech stated that the C330 was created before 2 GB memory cards were invented; therefore, the software inside it doesn't recognize a larger GB capacity. In short, the C330 has a 1GB max capacity. Considering you can take 1200 pictures with a 1GB card, a larger size really isn't necessary.
Hi reisrui, yes it is odd. (It's not the first time I have seen this.)
According to you're manual on page 6, under Specifications. The manual say's you can run up to a Max speed of PC3200 400MHz, 1GB in slot one. In slot 2 you can run a Max of 1GB of PC2700 333MHz in slot 2. Every motherboard I have come across that can run two different speeds of memory. The system will reduce the Max speed to the lower MHz memory speed. If you currently are using 512MB PC3200 400MHz in slot 1 & add 1GB of PC3200 400MHz into slot 2 for a total of 1.5GB of memory. The motherboard will ruduce the total memory over all speed to PC2700 333MHz. Motherboards alway run at the lower memory speed if two different speeds are presant.
I can’t be 100% sure of the 1GB of PC3200 400MHz into slot 2, will run at all! Or if it will be reduce down to 333MHz. I am sure you can run 2GB of PC2700 333MHz, 1GB of memory per slot in you're board for a total of 2GB.
If I can help you further, feel free to post. Suggestions & comments welcomed.
you can upgrade to a max of 2gb on that board. These are your 1gb options: 1GB PC2700 333MHz DDR Memory, 1GB PC2100 266MHz DDR Memory, and 1GB PC3200 400MHz Non-ECC Unbuffered 184-pin DDR DIMM Memory. Install a set of any of these and your off and running.
Only the Camera Manual will tell you the max capacity.
They do have their limits and you could a be wasting your money or even find the camera does not accept it.
Check the manual thoroughly and if still in doubt put the question to the Nikon Technical Support Team.