Question about Cell Phones
I'm getting "insufficient space" message & don't know which applications I can uninstall to free up space, please advise...Thank you!
In Android use Application Manager in Settings. For iOS got to Settings > General > Usage.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The phone has 3 memory's
My device about 90MB which is where everything gets stored by default and because it's the smaller memory it will easily get full.
My storage about 8 GB (handset internal memory)
Storage card about 8GB depending on your contract (Memory card)
You will need to move items from the "My devices" memory to either the "My storage" or " Storage card"
Tap and hold on a file
Go to my storage or storage card which ever desired memory
Tap and hold paste.
Try change default storage for pictures and video.... So that they no longer saved under My devices memory.
Open camera as you about to take a picture tap on the tool icon
tap on the tool
change default storage to my storage or storage card
Also change default storage for files transferred via bluetooth...
Tap on FTP tab
tap on the bar with 3 dots
select desired default storage
Works like a charm!
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
SOURCE: It tells me I have
I had the same problem so I called AT&T and they solved the problem!!
1. Click 'Start'
2. Click 'Messaging'
3. Click 'Messages'
You should be in the screen where it shows all your text messages, not just one. If not, click the 'go back' key until you see the list of all your text messages.
4. Click 'Menu'
5. Choose 'Folders'
Your screen should be showing Deleted Items, Drafts, Inbox, Outbox and Sent Items folders.
6. Click 'Drafts' folder
7. Click 'Menu'
8. Choose 'Delete All'
After it has finished deleting, your screen should say To create a new message, etc.....
9. Click 'Menu' again
10. Choose 'Folders' again
11. Click 'Inbox'
12. Click 'Menu'
13. Choose 'Delete All' When its finished deleting it should say 'To create a new message, etc.....'
14. Repeat steps 9-13 for the Outbox and Sent Items folders as well.
15. Once you are SURE you have deleted all your messages in all the folders, click 'Menu', choose 'Folders', and choose the 'Deleted Items' folder
16. Once in the 'Deleted Items' folder, click 'Menu' and choose 'Delete All'
Since the Propel Pro is run by Windows, it's kind of like emptying the Recycle Bin on a computer. You delete the items and they go to a 'Deleted Items' folder, where you can 'Delete All' of the deleted items. I know it sounds confusing, but that is how you can get your 'Free Storage' back.
Once you've deleted your deleted items, (LoL) you can check your 'free storage' by going to "Settings" .. "More" .. "Memory Info" and the "Storage" (middle/orange folder) should have significantly gone down! I went from 89MB to 17MB!!
I really really hope this helps! Good Luck!!
If you still have storage problems, call 1-800-331-0500 and Dial 0 for customer service then dial 1 for technical support. They should be able to help you step by step! I really hope this helped! Good Luck again!!
Posted on Oct 06, 2010
SOURCE: My phone keeps saying phone
go to your email, change folder to trash, and empty the all msgs in trash. My wife had over 100 mb and still had every msgs the phone had ever recieved. It was a pain to delete them
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
SOURCE: i gave my nokia x6
Kindly use this pc suite then:
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
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