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Memory full my phone is sayin ''memory full.Delete some data from phone memory'' and i dont know how to do that.Its also not letting me put my songs on to it. Can you please try and solve my problem

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Deleting stuff to increase memory can usually be done as simply as deleting messages. Old music or media is another simple thing to delete, go onto the song or photo etc, press options and press delete.

Depending on what model your phone is you can buy memory cards cheaply on a well known auction website.

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1. Remove the memory card from the phone.
2. Plug it into a usb card reader.
3. Go to my computer and right click on the icon that says "removable disk".
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I am facing a problem where my phone memory is actually full without apparently having any data.


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