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How do I delete files from the internal memory?

Under internal memory I select a file and hit the right tab and I get an error message "cannot delete file in mtp mode"

How can I delete files from the internal memory without reformating the drive?

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When that happened with me, I plugged it in my computer and just deleted it there. I think that worked. Or that was why I switched the whole thing to "mass storage device" and left it that way. It was easier.

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I understand that your computer is running on Low memory.

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