Question about Cell Phones
I think you need a phone manager. as far as I'm concerned, Apowersoft Phone Manager can get this done. It helps to manage, transfer or delete your pics, apps or other data that occupy internal storage of your phone to your computer thus to get your phone cleared; and moving data and files in your phone to PC also saves much room for your phone to run in a proper way. See more details in https://www.apowersoft.com/phone-manager.
Posted on May 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Blackjack Memory
ok this might work I cannot guarantee it. first back up all of your data onto your computer. After that turn off your phone. then first hold the up button then at the same time hold hold down the power button and you should get to format mode press 1 and it will automatically format it. then it should boot up normally. put the memory card in see if it works and put all of your data back on your phone. hpe this helps with your problems
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
You need to get the software updated. These phones are extremely unreliable.
Posted on Apr 30, 2009
Hello. Take your phone into the phone store and ask them to reset it for you. this will solve your problem. Regards, Joe
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
SOURCE: storage memory low msg
the problem is your ram memory !!! a have the same problem ...and I almost solved by deactivate htc sense and activete windows default ... go to start -> settings -> home -> items and then you'll see what you need to do ! good luck (this thing save aproximatelly 20 Mb from ram memory)
Posted on Jul 17, 2010
It is probably because the internal storage is full. That could be from any apps you download and install, as well as any information those apps save in the cache. Photos should not affect the internal storage as they are stored on the flash card.
Try uninstalling some of the apps you don't use. You can do this by going to the Market, hitting the menu button, selecting Downloads, selecting any apps you have installed, and then selecting Uninstall.
You can also go into Settings>Applications>Manage applications. Select apps like Internet and then Clear cache or Clear data. That should free up some more room. DO NOT clear the cache cache or data for Sense. If you do, you will have to redo all of your icons and widgets all over again.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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