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Open camera >>Video mode>> setting>> and select the memory to be stored to Memory card.Move all the data which is stored in phone memory to memory card.But I'm not sure that there is a setting to extent the duration of video recording.I've mention and advice that this may help you.Thanks for visiting fixya
Check if your memory is full either phone memory or your memory card and check if where your recorded video will be stored after recording. either the phone memory or memory card if any of them is already low in memory space you really can't start video recording if you don't have enough memory for you to store the video you want to record..Hope it will help you.
The phone has a specific amount of storage space itself. If you have a lot of pictures, contacts, video recordings, audio recordings, etc. stored on the phone, the memory fills up fast. You should have a slot for an SD card of some sort. You can move a lot of these files onto that and it will free up memory space on the phone itself.
While on video mode press options and select settings. Scroll down to Video quality and change to High or Normal. On Memory in use, select memory card. The length of video recording is restricted by the available space on your memory card and up to one hour per clip.
The only way to clear up phone memory is to connect it to your computer using USB cable that came with your phone. Back up all photos there and save it to your computer. After saving all your photos to your computer, you can simply delete all your photos from your phone memory. Next thing that you need to do is go to phone settings and make sure all captured photos/videos will be saved to your memory card and not on phone memory.
ringtones are stored to the phones internal memory not the memory card. check to make sure that your phone is set to save music, pictures, and video to the memory card, not the internal memory. then move any of those file types that are in the internal memory to the card. if you still don't have enough file space you will have to delete something to make room
You are goint to have to save all of your pictures on your computer. format your micro sd card. then proceed to put you images on the specefied folder. There should be a folder for images, sound (mp3), and video. If you fail to put the images in the specefied folder you will not be able to open them through your phone.