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Re: Phone Memory Full
Go to "Applications", highlight the one you want and click "Options", you can then either delete it (less preferable) or move to your flash card. Simply hit "Move to" and browse until you see your flash card icon.
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phone memory should always be free... its the ram for your phone... you shoul keep all your files , applications and messages in memorycard ..... if memory in phone is low it will work slowly and you will not be able to open large sized applications in your phone
There are two ways that you can deal with this. One is to buy an extra memory card and the other is to go through the items on your phone and delete stuff that you don't need,. this is probably the better way. Start with text messages. Go through the whole menu deleting messages, sent messages delivery reports, all the old stuff you had forgotten was on there. Next look at images. These are very memory hungry, delete ones that you never look at. The same with videos and audio recordings. This process will take a little while, but you should find that you have freed up quite a lot of memory.
Its mean phone memory is full, you can make some space by deleting some installed application. Delete also all cache/history in your browser. If the problem persist, reset your phone to factory setting after put off your memory card. After resetting the phone, your phone memory will be empty again and you can reinstall your previous application. Avoid to install application in phone memory (always install in memory card).
For your information, It is the PHONE Memory asking you to delete some files for it is full. Not the External Memory Card. Delete some files inside the phone memory to free up some space. But if you freed up some space and still the memory is full then restart your cell phone to update the system. See how it works..
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I found this fix on another website. After numerous calls to verizon-they had no clue-and hours of trying to figure things out I found and tried this fix and it worked!
"I have a Samsung Omnia on VZW network. I was getting the "Memory Critically Low" error too. So, I opened File Explorer and did some searching for files that could be removed etc. I found an entire cache of files here: My Device: Program Files: VZAppZone:Temp:Temp
I deleted these files using a mass delete: Menu:Edit:Select All: Menu:Delete With no ill effects as of yet.
I spent the better part of an hour testing every application on the phone, opening contacts, etc. I haven't noticed anything wrong.
Doing this freed up almost 35mb of storage!!!!! "
I had the same results. This finally solved my mem problems-no more pop up critical me low box!! It freed up over 1/2 the avail memory.
Another tip is to clear out your browsers cache files
format your phone - but you will loose everything Otherwise go to memory details - go to applications and select options, scroll down to memory details and select phone memory. check how much u have used and what is free. Then delete accordingly - all your music files etc etc and bingo - now stop the tears
Hi alot of people have this problem its with the memory on the phone you need to delete everything you dont need like message inbox ,outbox ,sent messages and what i found freed up loads of memory was by deleting all the free ringtones that came with the phone when you brought it i found that i only used a couple of ringtones that i downloaded onto the phone and all the ones that came with the phone i didnt use so by deleting all of these this freed up loads of memory and then i never had no problems let me know if you need further assistance ok
Hello friends.... u dun need to panic, here's a very simple solution!
The phone memory drops basically coz of LIFEBLOG DATABASE file. You need to have some Explorer Software to access this file. Either install X-plorer v1.22 or Y-explorer etc etc. Then follow these steps:
1. Go to C:\Data\Lifeblog\Database 2. You will find a file lifeblog.db, it is because of this file whose size varies. Usually it stays around 1 mb but sometimes it goes upto 20mb + driving out whole of the Phone Memory. 3. Try deleting this file. 4. In case it gives a message that file cannot be deleted coz it is in use by some application, then go back to folder. 5. Rename the "DATABASE" folder to any other name. Now you will be able to delete "lifeblog.db" without any error msg. After deleting that, rename the folder back to DATABASE.