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Old September 22nd, 2011, 04:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all, I am getting the message low on space in my notifications and the little silver disc at the top of the main screen. It's driving me mad as I can't get rid of it not only that but I have no idea what is causing it. I am close to doing a factory reset but will try anything else first. Recently the audible sound for key strokes stopped working as did sounds for screen lock. Haptic feedback is working even though I haven't got it enabled lol. Also my Gmail has stopped showing I have emails but I can access my email through the menu option and notifications. Any ideas what has happened and should I do a reset. Will a reset wipe my sim? I understand it won't but just making sure as I don't want to lose my Phone Numbers. I was told on another forum to delete all trash from my trash folder to make space. i did that but the Low on space message is still showing. Incidentally the problem with Gmail not showing I have emails to be read started after I deleted all my trash. Any ideas?

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Old September 27th, 2011, 02:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old September 29th, 2011, 03:59 PM   #3 (permalink)
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you can clear the data for facebook for htc sense. i saved over 40mb like that. as for the other problems i dont know
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Hi all, I am getting the message low on space in my notifications and the little silver disc at the top of the main screen. It's driving me mad as I can't get rid of it not only that but I have no idea what is causing it. I am close to doing a factory reset but will try anything else first. Recently the audible sound for key strokes stopped working as did sounds for screen lock. Haptic feedback is working even though I haven't got it enabled lol. Also my Gmail has stopped showing I have emails but I can access my email through the menu option and notifications. Any ideas what has happened and should I do a reset. Will a reset wipe my sim? I understand it won't but just making sure as I don't want to lose my Phone Numbers. I was told on another forum to delete all trash from my trash folder to make space. i did that but the Low on space message is still showing. Incidentally the problem with Gmail not showing I have emails to be read started after I deleted all my trash. Any ideas?
1) Ensure that there are no apps that can be moved to the SD Card by downloading Apps 2 SD
2) Use Apps 2 SD to clear the cache created by apps e.g. Android Market

Btw dont do a factory reset unless you are pretty sure about what your doing, you should always back up everything, use MyBackup, i would recommend getting the pro version, its quite handy

Oh and make sure your contacts are on your SIM card before you factory reset (if you do), or you could always use MyBackup to back up your contacts. Doing a factory reset will not do anything to your SIM
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