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Posted on Nov 16, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you need to format your phone. try the soft format of *#7370# , if this doesnt work then do a hard format by folowing these steps
1. Make sure you have at least 3/4 charge of battery power left.
2. Backup your contacts list and personal files to MMC memory card.
3. Switch-off your phone.
4. Press and hold these 3 keys; Green dial key, * (star key) and no. 3 key and then press the power on/off to switch on the phone.
Do not let go all of the keys, hold until you see a formatting word screen show!
5. After a few minutes when the full phone formatting completed, your phone will be back to original system and factory setttings.
All applications installed will be lost unless you've made a backup on your mmc. You can restore the backup to the C drive again.
You should also try to save all your data on the mmc, that includes pics, mp3, videos ,games. avoid saving data on phone memory unless you have no memory card (mmc)
Formating phone will delete all your files in the phone memory so you should back up all your data before doig a full format
Posted on May 23, 2008
SOURCE: memory full
Happened to my n73 twice. Format the phone to get rid of junk piled inside the phone memory.
If you have anything stored on the phone memory that you woudn't want to delete, such as pictures, videos, or whatever, back it up to your memory card or computer. The format process deletes all stored memory on the phone, but not the memory card.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
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