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Palm LifeDrive I am trying to upgrade the software on my Palm Lifedrive but it cannot be done unless I have at least 20+ MB of AVAILABLE MEMORY. At the moment I have 10 from 60. How can I clear some of the memory. I have tried using LifeDrive Manager on my computer but cannot figure out how to do it. nfoote@hotmail.com

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Just press the time in the top left hand corner of the lifedrive and a dropdown menu comes down with the option "delete" but this is only for apps. if you want to delete media files, search for a file manager on freewarepalm.com

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