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I have transfered only three video clips from you tube. total time is 22 minutes.for next clip message is showing memory full.i am using memory card, and it is showing free space also.

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THE DOWNLOAD SHOULD BE COPYING THE FILES TO THE MOBILE MEMORY. SO TRANSFER THE FILES FROM MOBILE TO CARD THEN DOWNLOAD.

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