My i-mate K-Jam states that the storge memory in use is 41.61 MB of the available 42.55MB. However the device has very little on it and a search of large files shows only a few photos. Where is this storge memory being used up? Closing running programs does not help of course.
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The problem is often not with the amount of storage you have, but rather the amount of MEMORY (RAM) that you have. Most phone manufacturers aren't putting enough RAM in their phones to really support users. They jam the RAM full of their useless apps that you can;t unload, and then you try to download more than one or two additional apps and find out that you cannot. Many app writers do not make their apps SD card friendly since many users don't have them. Thus, everyone is trying to cram into as little as 384 MB of space. You may be able to get more available memory by going into the app management area and deleting caches and data files that are not needed for the apps to run.
The Nobis NB09 Tablet simply has too little space partitioned for apps. It has only about 660 MB available. Just downloading and installing the updates for the native apps from the Store will result in the partition being filled to about 550 MB. This leaves only about 100 MB left for apps you want to add.
Click on *Settings* then click on *Storage* The top bar graph is your app partition. It will probably show as about 660 MB and the green bar is how full it is. It wouldn't surprise me if your green bar was at or near the right hand side meaning a full tank.
The second bar graph is your total built-in SD card memory. It's supposed to be 8 GB but it's shows about 5.5 GB. It looks like a lot of empty space but none of this can be used to download apps. From time to time to time there will be an app you run across that will be able to install on the external microSD card you can push into the slot on the back. And one or two of the native apps might be able to be moved to this external microSD card. But, you STILL have too little room to add extra apps.
Nobis simply didn't allocate enough space for app installation and you are stuck with the native apps plus maybe three large or six to eight smaller apps before the internal app space is FULL.
Just feel lucky that what little app memory you have still works. Mine went bad after less than two months and it remembers NOTHING. Every time I turn it off it boots into the set-up mode and retains no changes I made prior. It will not download a thing from the store because the app partition reads in the bar graph 0.00B available. IOW, bad memory. I am currently trying to get a response from the Midland website that took over Nobis and they claim they will reply within 48 hours. It's been two days and no reply so far. There is a phone number listed to call for a RMA (return merchandise authorization) I might have call it if they don't reply to the email.
Basically the NobisNBO9 is junk. Do a little Googling and many many people have problems such as it not booting up - I feel this is all to do with memory gone bad. Cheap Chinese memory - not reliable enough to last more than a month or two.
That is not exactly to calculate. It depends on the stored image sizeand quality. Small pictures could be 400KB a piece, but large ones easily can go up to 6GB a piece. If you know thye avaerage size of your pictures, you can calculate it.
Now, what I found out, stopping me from resetting my entire frame was the text messaging requires the phone to have a certain amount of memory available (i think it is 15 mb). Once you delete your unwanted applications and reach above 15 - 20 mb available, try to send yourself a text. If you receive it then you've reached the storage available the phone requires.
You need to reset your i-mate Jam, for doing so please follow these instruction
i-Mate JAM soft reset Resetting Your Pocket PC Phone
You can perform a soft reset or a full reset. During a soft reset, the device is restarted and only some data in opened programs may be lost. However, a full reset turns the battery off, returns the device to its original factory settings, and deletes all programs, files, contacts and other information you have saved to the device. Therefore, it is extremely important to back up data to a storage card or your computer on a regular basis in the event that a full reset has to be performed.
To perform a soft reset
If your Pocket PC Phone responds slowly, stops responding, or freezes, you can soft reset it. A soft reset causes the Pocket PC Phone to restart and re-adjust memory allocation. Unsaved data in any opened applications may be lost. Use the stylus to press and hold the Reset button, as shown on the next page.
i-Mate JAM hard reset To perform a full reset
A full device reset clears memory, deletes all data and restores the Pocket PC Phone to its default settings. Programs installed at the factory remain, erasing all data that you have created and programs you have installed. Press and hold the power button, and then use the stylus to press the soft reset button at the same time. Be sure you have backed up all your data in a SD card or on your PC before performing a full reset.
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Your phone has 4mb of internal memory only, this is used to run everything on your phone and with webpage sliek afcebook they will tak eup what little is left of your phones memory and thats why it states memory full, no way around it that I know as the browser will nto try to use emmoryc ard for storage its simply case of inadequate internal memory.
A KM-2550 has 64 MB RAM built in. I believe less than 30 of it is for image storage. You may be able to lower your scan resolution.
Best solution is to add more memory. Look for a Kyocera compatible 100 pin dimm (don't buy from the manufacturer). It will read 16 MB to 256 MB sticks. You have to take out 6-8 screws holding on the part of the back the sticks out on the upper left. Make sure after installing you print a status page to make sure the memory was recognized.