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Deleting Default Sounds on LG Shine

After a big effort to finally get mp3s onto my Shine (had to transfer music to apple laptop then bluetooth) I got about 7 songs onto my phone and then my memory was full! I want to delete the default ringtones and photos from my phone for more space but there doesnt seem to be a delete option for defaults. Can anyone help??

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  • fishfingers1 Jan 28, 2009

    oh thats a shame. Well if thats the case, does anyone know if investing in an external memory card for my shine is worth it if i want to be able to put quite a few songs (at least 20 i'd estimate) on my phone and store pictures? Or is the space still minimal?

  • Anonymous May 23, 2009

    yeah is there any way to get the default sounds onto computer?

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Sorry That Files cant be Deleted in ANY WAY -
No Maykalaal Can delete those files -
Those files are Fixed in ROM Drive -
U Cant Modify Files From ROM Drive -
U Can Copy send But Cant Edit or Delete -
Helped:

Posted on Jan 27, 2009

  • Shrikaant Bellale
    Shrikaant Bellale Jan 28, 2009

    Hey -

    U will get more space when u Convert them to Smaller Ones -

    Get any Sound Converter LIke Big Mp3 to Smaller Ones -

    That Might Make a Space if u have a Space of 64MB -

    Then absolute 64 Songs will be Done -

    Delete unwanted Data from ur Phone -

    No External Sorry -

    Helped:

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