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How to view media when i get a not enough space delete file message

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Your going to have to move whatever apps you can to the SD card and set your phone to have all apps download to the SD Card, also delete any old text messages, clear call logs, move any pics you dont need on your phone to your computer (if you can) and go into all of your apps (especially Facebook) and clear the data....apps collect data as they run and save it to your phone using memory, It makes the app run faster but eats memory...you should be able to clear enough memory to view the media.. (I worked for cricket for a long time and I know the phone well)

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