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LG KU990 - Memory Full

I am trying to receive an MMS. Phone says Memory Full. When I try and go into Memory Manager and into Common Handset memory - It is 100% full - I try to reset it. Looks like it does something. But when I go back into the Common Handset memory it is again 100%.
How do I delete common Memory things such as Default Sounds and Default images? There are some Sounds I will never use and images I definitely will Not use.
Any idea how I can delete these?

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  • vincewest Aug 22, 2008

    Thanks I will do that.

  • lauren722 Feb 16, 2009

    is there anyway i could do this myself? i don't think any of teh technicians here would know how to do this withput deleting some of my files that i need on my phone ... i don't want to loose certain videos,images, songs and files....


  • lauren722 Feb 23, 2009

    same problem here - if i select delete common memory, the phone asks if i want to delete licenses too ?

    what will happe if i say okay ?

    please help- desperate to fix this!!



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The phone;s firmware need to be reflash on the phone, so take it to a mobile center to have it done.

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